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Is there any possible way I could be pregnant? Please help, very confused.

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  • Posted By: twentysix_four
  • April 3, 2010
  • 05:44 PM

Hi everyone. My boyfriend and I have not had vaginal intercourse yet, as we are waiting for the right time. Alternatively, we have anal sex. We do not use condoms, and he does not always ejaculate in my anus hole (I have no idea what the technical term for it is). He ejaculates just outside of it.
Last Friday night, I had just gotten over my period and got drunk. Saturday I had a hangover complete with throwing up and stomachaches. Ever since then, I have had a stomachache every morning when I wake up and they sometimes last the entire day. My mother has stomach issues and my stomach sometimes hurts randomly, but never like this. I haven't gotten sick. My boyfriend and I did have anal sex Saturday, and that's when the stomachaches began.
I'm very careful about cleaning myself up almost immediately afterwards and I've never not done it. I'm worried that some semen dripped into my vagina. We have anal sex on our sides, meaning that I'm on my side facing away from him and he is on his side with his penis in my anus. I've asked friends of mine, one of whom is pregnant, whether I could get pregnant from semen dripping into my vagina. They both said no and that it was highly unlikely for his sperm to drip down, turn and swim upwards.
Is there any possible way I could be pregnant? I've been freaking out about this for the past week. I hope I'm just freaking out over nothing.
I haven't taken a pregnancy test nor have I told him my fears. I need help.
Thank you all.

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