I had sex with the gf yesterday, no condom. I did not cum and she is on birth control I was just very scared that she could still somehow get pregnant. Any guys out there ever do this and any girls on birth control with experiences similar?
Couples that are TRYING to get pregnant have only a 20% success rate per month of constant fucking and coming inside.
Once my last gf got on the pill I busted a nut inside her every single time we fucked. Before that we'd been fucking without a condom but I had somehow conditioned myself not to ejaculate. No babby was formed.
My girlfriend and I took a sexy shower together and I came on her ass (not in or around her vagina) is there a chance that the semen traveled to her vagina via water flowing in the shower and got her pregnant or am I being ludicrously paranoid
You're not on /b/, twatbug.
Just kidding. In all seriousness, it's phenomenally unlikely that she's pregnant; for all that you hear about precum containing sperm, it doesn't contain a hell of a lot of sperm. Not usually, anyway (sometimes it contains absolutely none, sometimes a fair amount, the actual biological workings behind this are poorly understood.) What this guy said is technically true,
but what he's not telling you is that men can have millions, even 10+ million sperm, and still be functionally infertile, because the odds of any one spermatozoon fertilizing the egg are extremely slim.
The withdrawal method has about a 5% perfect-use failure rate (Though consistent perfect use is quite unlikely with it, so please don't rely on it! I'm not advising that!) That means that, for every 100 couples who use it (and no other contraceptive methods) in a given year, 5 of them will become pregnant. A year. Having had sex dozens or even hundreds of times. You had sex with your girlfriend one time, and she's on birth control as well (which with typical use also has roughly a 5% failure rate.) .05 = .05 = .0025, i.e. fewer than three couples in every thousand will experience a pregnancy with those contraceptive methods every year. Again, that's after having sex dozens of times. Not once.
She's not pregnant. The odds of it are absolutely astronomical.
Sorry for the long post, but I find that talking somebody through this sort of thing in depth can do wonders for their peace of mind. Please do continue to responsibly use birth control (beyond just pulling out) in the future.