I don’t want to get pregnant

Last updated on May 5, 2024


My last period started on the 14th of April and continue for 4-5 days. On the 29th and 30th of April, I had sex and on the second day, we noticed that there was moisture near the opening of the condom and on his penis pubic hair. We did know what it was so we ignored it. Now it’s almost 5 days past when I should have had my period. I don’t know whether I’m pregnant or not. I’m showing all the symptoms of being at two weeks into pregnancy. If I’m pregnant, then prescribed me the medicine to abort it.

Help me out, please. I don’t want to get pregnant.


First off, I am not a doctor. I can’t prescribe any medication. I’m a preacher, so I teach people how to behave morally, which obviously, you have not been. You are upset because there is a chance that your fornication had consequences. If you really didn’t want to get pregnant, then you would not have been having sex.

Assuming you had a 28-day menstrual cycle, you had sex around the time you released an egg. Thus, the odds of becoming pregnant at that time were fairly high. Even with condoms, the odds of getting pregnant are about 20%. This is because condoms can fail or mistakes can be made to cause sperm spillage. For example, he could have put the condom on incorrectly so that there was no room for his semen when he ejaculated, The semen would go up the sides of the condom and then spill out. There are other ways, too, that allow semen to come in contact with your vagina, such as cuddling after he removes the condom.

The simple thing to do is get a home pregnancy test to determine if you are pregnant or not. Aborting your child would simply add the sin of murder on top of your sins of fornication. That is not how you straighten out your life.