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whats the chances of getting pregnant the first time you have sex without a condom?

Eve on 23 July 2010 11 Comments

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  • the sperm don't care whether it's your 1st time or 50th time, all they care about is finding an egg to fertilise. I never get the logic behind this myth. Always use a condom to protect yourself against unplanned pregnancy and STIs no matter what, you'll save yourself a lot of worry and heartache :)

    Posted by ava on 26 July 2010  |  1 person found this useful

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  • Can the clear liquid that comes from the penis get you pregnant?

    Posted by tasha on 12 August 2010  |  0 people found this useful

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  • James, even if you didn't ejaculate while you were having sex with your girlfriend, that doesn't mean that it was risk free. Sperm is also present in pre-cum, so protection is always a good idea.

    Posted by Nikki on 09 August 2010  |  0 people found this useful

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  • you can get pregnant first time

    Posted by donna on 02 August 2010  |  0 people found this useful

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  • you have the same chance of getting pregnant when you dont use a condom whether its your first time or 100th time! just use protection :)

    Posted by amber on 26 July 2010  |  0 people found this useful

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