pregnancy likelihood quiz

Pregnancy Likelihood Quiz!

Pit your wits in this pregnancy likelihood quiz. How likely is pregnancy from one time sex do you think? Find out here.

Let’s see what your sex education was like. Try this really quite tricky quiz and then scroll down for that really great advice about how to manage your pregnancy risks. Also scroll down to find links to the studies that I mention.

So as I say in the quiz, if you are planning on having penis in vagina sex (which is very popular still) and you don’t want to get pregnant (or get someone pregnant) then it’s a good idea to use some kind of contraception (or birth control as other countries call it). Even though the risks are a lot lower than people think, you might want to weigh this up with how much you do or don’t want to get pregnant.

If you are doing dry humping and mutual masturbation it’s going to be nearly impossible for you to get pregnant (please stop asking me about it). I made a graphic about pregnancy risks here

I had sex I'm worried I'm pregnant

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Read more from me about pre-cum here and here’s a more detailed description of female fertility.

If you want to find a sexual health service local to you then click below

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If you want to find out more about trying to work out when you are and aren’t fertile in your menstrual cycle then you might want to find out more about the ‘natural’ contraception method. As I say in this post, it’s really hard to do. You could also download a period tracker app, I really like Clue.

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If you do sex education then you might want to check out my recent blog about this about how we need to get better about getting pregnancy risks right and why I think that that’s important.

Here’s the study about pregnancy risks

Here’s the study about pre-cum

Here’s the study about perceptions of infertility

 

© Justin Hancock, 2019

 


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Justin Hancock

Justin Hancock, writer/editor of BISH. I've been a sex and relationships educator since 1999. I'm a trained sexual health trainer and a qualified youth worker. I've worked with thousands of young people in person: in sexual health clinics, schools, and youth projects. My advice has also featured in leading newspapers in the UK and my work has been written about and referred to by several academics, journalists and writers.

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