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You really do not need to be worried for two reasons.
1. There should not be any sperm in pre-ejaculate. If you had not previously ejaculated before this episode without washing or urinating, then there should not be any sperm present.
2. She took plan b.
I personally would not be worried unless you actually ejaculated inside
If she takes a pregnancy test 14 days after the episode, you will have an absolute answer, but I absolutely do not believe that what you describe will result in a pregnancy.
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Does it make a difference if taking plan b was about 60 hours from the time of the interaction? I know that I did not ejaculate inside because I ejaculated later through oral sex. I have heard many different things regarding pre-ejaculate. Is there somewhere that references what you say about there being no presence of sperm. Is it true that some men produce sperm in their pre-ejaculate? Thank you
Ideally plan b is taken within 48 hours, but it can be taken later, just not as effective. No pregnancy from pre-ejaculate unless there was residual sperm present from recent prior ejaculation.
You can review the information online. You can try webmd. No sperm in pre-ejaculate. You don't cause pregnancy without ejaculating.
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Thank you, ***** ***** look into that. I urinated multiple times between ejaculations, including just 5 minutes prior to insertion. Does urination get rid of all prior sperm that were lingering in the penis then or is there a chance that some could have survived even through the urination? I am very satisfied with your response and once given one for this follow up will certainly give you a very high rating. Thank you
Thank you, ***** ***** also told by another doctor 14 days might be too early and might give a false negative, do I have to wait longer, or is there a specific test that would ensure reliability at 14 days?