By fuckmuppeter512 - 04/01/2014 22:26 - United Kingdom
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If she is pregnant, cheating is likely the reason. But, especially if she's young or inexperienced, she may not actually be pregnant. She may be a few days late, feeling emotional, craving something odd, or any other pregnancy symptom and jumped to the conclusion. It's pretty frequent. I can't count the number of times I've had friends tell me they thought they were pregnant out of panic or to get attention and it ended up they weren't.
I think you are the one that should brush up on sex ed. Just cause the guy doesn't cum and used condoms, doesn't mean the girl can't get pregnant. There's sperm in precum, so sperm can be present without cumming fully, and condoms don't protect you 100%. With the right conditions, a faulty condom and sperm present, the girl could still be pregnant with OP's child. Although it is unlikely and the more plausible idea is that she cheated.
She obviously wants you to be her baby's daddy! Seriously though, it's really unlikely to be yours, but theoretically possible. Good luck!
Forgive my ignorance here. I'm not trying to make an argument. It was my understanding that a condom only wouldn't work if it broke. So if it's fully intact then someone can't get pregnant? Or can they come with small holes sometimes that allows swimmers through?
Plot twist. She did it with someone else but is shifting the blame onto you.
If the pill is giving you problems, you can go to the gynecologist and show the pill that gave you bad side effects and they'll prescribe you one that should work better for you. There isn't just one "pill", there's a bunch of different ones with different formulas, that have different effects on every girl. There should be one that will work for you without side effects (or at least without terrible ones), you just need help from a doctor to find the right one.
I, for one, am on mirena now. Despite all the lawsuits, I haven't had a single issue out of it, and it's doing it's job as birth control. I got pregnant on mononessa, and I did call and inform my doctor that I was having weird symptoms and I didn't think it was working properly. She told me to just keep taking it and she would re-evaluate me in a month. Despite that and condoms, I was pregnant about two weeks later. My son is living proof that birth control doesn't always work. He was just meant to be here. Couldn't live without him now. :)