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  • Yup, could be.
  • I think its pretty obvious that she could be pregant by you. What do you think your sperm doesn't work or can't make a girl pregnant? If she is pregnant I urge you in the strongest possible terms to step up to your responsibilities as a father and help her to either care for your child or ensure that its adopted by good loving family.
  • It's possible, but not likely. Women typically ovulate 12-14 days after the first day of their last menstrual cycle. A woman can become pregnant if she has engaged in unprotected sex within 4 days of ovulation. (Yes gentlemen, they keep on swimming for 4 days. It's a scientific fact.) If your girlfriend's period was due last Thursday, the first day of her last period was around January 11th and her ovulation normally would've occured somewhere around January 23-25. If her period was due February 8th and you did not have intercourse with her near the dates above, chances are pretty good scientifically speaking, that the baby is not yours. Realistically speaking, however, people are not time clocks. Avoiding having sex during ovulation (refered to as the "rhythm method") produces plenty of suprise pregnancies each year (approximately 15% failure rate among practicioners.) Anytime you engage in unprotected sex, there is a chance that you will make a baby (or catch some horrible disease...) Play it safe, use a condom.

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