No ejaculation during unprotected sex at ovulation can you be pregnant?

Yes, take a test. Anytime one has unprotected intercourse there is the potential for pregnancy. Sperm can be released from the male even in the absence of ejaculation. To be certain perform a pregnancy test if you are late for your period.

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I am on second month of nuvaring, on day four of the new ring I had unprotected sex with ejaculation. Should I take plan b? When do I ovulate?

No ovulation. Most forms of birth control block ovulation, which prevents the pregnancy. As long as you have been using the NuvaRing as prescribed, you shouldn't need to use plan b. If you had a longer gap between rings than 7 days, you should use plan b. Read more...

Not trying not preventing here. We had unprotected sex 3 days, 2 days and the day before ovulation no ejaculation inside. Can I still be pregnant?

Unprotected sex. There is a possibilit of pregnancy as there can be a pre-ejaculation fluid with sperm and sperm do live in the female reproductive tract for several days which would coincide with your ovulation. Read more...

Had semi-unprotected sex on ovulation day - (no ejaculation), took Plan B 2 days after. 5 days later had unprotected sex with ejaculation. Pregnant?

It is possible. Unprotected sex can always makes it possible to get pregnant even 5days after ovulation and taken plan b you have to wait till your periods are due and if you miss do a in home pregnancy test and if you get your periods you will know that you are not pregnant. Read more...

On or after ovulation day had unprotected sex, no ejaculation. Took Plan B 22hrs later. Chance of pregnancy?

Very low . Plan b is very effective at preventing pregnancy when taken 72 hours after interocourse. In a study of over 6000 women, the risk of pregnancy when taking Plan B within 24 hours was less than 1%. Read more...

I have been off the pill for insurance reasons for about two months now. I had unprotected sex, which led to ejaculation. I was on my second to last day of ovulation. "High chance of pregnancy". I took Plan-B an hour after it happened.?

Pregnancy unlikely. As long as plan B is taken within the recommended period, within the 1st 72 hours it is very effective. When taken within the first 24 hours it is even more effective. You do however need to be evaluated by your PCP soon to rule out any sexually transmitted infections. I would use barrier contraception i.e. condoms to prevent pregnancy and any infections. Read more...