Dan and Jenn give you some important information about having unprotected sex and the risk of getting pregnant.
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[Music Playing] AskDanAndJennifer.com Ask Dan & Jennifer Answering Your Questions On Dating Love and Sex Today’s Question: Are We Being too Risky? Jennifer: This question is from Allyson in Nebraska. Dear Dan and Jennifer, my boyfriend and I have been dating for about four years now, we have having sex like a couple and he wants to get married and we have been having unprotected sex. I am sorry just have to ask, how do you have sex not like a couple. Anyway, he went to pull out but made it to my leg before his come came out. Can I get pregnant from that? [Music Playing] Caution Pulling out! Okay! Again, we have say this a hundred a times day but we are not doctors but it is pretty common knowledge, if you had unprotected sex, you can get pregnant, period. Sometimes even if you have protection, okay, there is no birth control method there is birth control method there is 100% full proof. Okay, if you have sex at all you are on the risk of getting pregnant. Dan: You want to be safe, think of it that way, it is really simple. You know on the other point, do not, do not trust is ability to pull out in time. It is not an informed absolute switch, you may have absolute best intention in the world and he goes, oh, it feels this way I pulled out life is good. First of all, in the heat of the moment his brain is not quite firing like it should. We are missing certain synapses and action there. Jennifer: Thinking with the wrong head. Dan: Yes. Thank you there for the clarification. But just think of it this way, whether or not he has the absolute best intention the world and he believes he is going to pull out there can be a leakage. You know, he does not know—you do not know what part of that fluid of what is what exactly. You know that can be leakage, not to mention. You are thinking he will pull out before it turns out to be real thing. No, you can have live ammo in pipe the last time. Jennifer: Yes. Dan: So no, it is not safe unless you have got protection, simple.
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