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Protected sex. No ejaculation inside. Chances of pregnancy?

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In brief: Very unlikely

Appropriate "protected" or "safe" sex (usually via condoms and/or spermicidals) by itself usually provides adequate protection against pregnancy though not 100%.
If accompanied with no ejaculation within the vaginal, chance of pregnancy almost 0%.

In brief: Very unlikely

Appropriate "protected" or "safe" sex (usually via condoms and/or spermicidals) by itself usually provides adequate protection against pregnancy though not 100%.
If accompanied with no ejaculation within the vaginal, chance of pregnancy almost 0%.
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