My partner and I had intercourse 3 & 2 days before i ovulated, but both times he withdrew. I am 6 dpo and i have had numerous symptoms: muscle aches, cold, sore throat, back ache, cramps, sore bbs etc.
My question to you is, how likely do you think this could be pregnancy related, given the fact that if i am, it'll be due to the pre ejaculation (precum)?
And have you known of anyone becoming pregnant by pre ejaculation?
P.S: I plan to keep recording my progress, whether it'll be BFN or BFP!
There are some sperm in pre ejaculate also if he had started ejaculating at all before withdrawing there is a good chance as the majority of the sperm are shot out when men start to ejaculate. I know alot of women who have gotten pregnant this way.
I got pregnant with my first daughter from pre ejaculation.. no question thats what it was. It was the only time we attempted to have sex and when i say attempted i mean we had only just started then stopped and he never came so pre is all it could have been. So it definitely does happen!
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