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Is she right is there nothing to worry about?
had a one night stand with a friend of mine, she is 41 and had a tubal 17 years ago and she was married and had regular sex for 16 yrs after the tubal. We had to much to drink and made out but I did not get off in her. I am worried she could get pregnant but she says I am nuts since she had a tubal 17 years ago and I pulled out. Should I be worried about this 1 time or Should I just get a grip and forget about it. BTW I dont want kids and I am having panic attacks from the worrying, and like I said she is not worried one bit and thinks I am nuts.
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
If she isn't worried then why should you be? She has a better advantage in knowing how her body works. Take her word for it and let it go... You are probably having a little problem with guilt to react this way. The possibility of her getting pregnant from your "one night stand" is the equivalent of 1 in 10000000. Unless there was a very bright star in the east she hasn't told you about.... RELAX!
- kathy_is_a_nurseLv 71 decade ago
What you are having is a major guilt trip. While there is a "slight" chance the lady could get pregnant, it is very slight. She has a long track record that the tubal worked. Your chances of the tubal not working would have been higher, if the tubal was recent. But I really think you should just relax.
- whole_feelingsLv 71 decade ago
If it’s the truth about her tubal, then she’ll be right.
Independently where sperm was discharged, that sterilization methods is safe at 100%.
Anyway, in the future remember that “coito interruptus” (pulling out as you say) is the less safe way!
- 1 decade ago
- zodiaccyberLv 61 decade ago
why worry? listen to her.