HE PULLED OUT AND EJACULATED (CAME) OUTSIDE ME. AM I SAFE FROM PREGNANCY?
Keep in mind that in order for there to be a risk of getting pregnant, a certain amount of sperm, found primarily in semen or cum but sometimes also found in pre-ejaculatory fluid or pre-cum, must enter your vagina.
If your boyfriend pulls out and ejaculates outside you, you are avoiding the risk from semen but not the risk from pre-ejaculatory fluid.
Once a man has an erection, pre-ejaculatory fluid starts exiting the urethra or the small hole in the penis’s tip.
Having an erect penis inside you—even before ejaculation—means that a certain amount of pre-ejaculatory fluid is inside your vagina.
And the fact that sperm can be present in pre-ejaculatory fluid puts you at risk of getting pregnant.