….My boyfriend said that a small amount of sperm came inside me after he pulled it out and ejaculated. Can I get pregnant with that? Thank you.
Pregnancy is possible when someone has sex on their period because pregnancy depends on ovulation ( when the egg is released from the ovary) and ovulation can happen anytime during the month.
If someone is having unprotected sex, but they don’t ejaculate in or near their partner, pregnancy can still be possible as well because of something called pre ejaculate. Pre-ejaculate is a clear, sticky fluid released by the penis between the beginning of arousal and ejaculation. Some people release a small amount of pre-ejaculate; others may release quite a bit.
Although pre-ejaculate does not contain sperm when it is produced, it can pick up leftover sperm in the urethra. This means that pre-ejaculate can contain sperm when it leaves the body, creating a risk for pregnancy. Pre-ejaculate can also transmit STIs.
The best way to reduce the risk of pregnancy is to use forms of birth control consistently and correctly. Most forms of birth control can be up to 99% effective when used correctly. Remember, birth control does not reduce the risk of STIs, only condoms and dental dams can.
Teen Clinic offers all different types of birth control. Call us at 303-442-5160 if you want to make an appointment!