Hi, on Thursday night me and my boyfriend did some stuff. (today is Sunday by the way). We were both a little horny and he had taken his pants and underwear off and I had taken my pants off too, but I still had my panties on. Then he put his penis in between my legs where my vagina area was and begin humping me. He only humped me five times and it lasted for a couple seconds. And remember I had my panties on during this. Afterwards, I immeadently changed my panties and went to the bathroom. Then a little bit later that night, he put a condom on and took my panties off so we were both naked. He tried to stick his penis in my vagina but it hurt too much because I was still a virgin and he immedently stopped. His penis didnt go all the way in me, but the head was barely in me and he only had it there for about eight seconds. And he had a condom on. In both situations, he didn't ejactulate and the last time he ejactualed was about five days before this happened. But he had a teeny bit (not alot) of precum so I am just worried. So I have some questions... What are the chances of me being pregnant in those two incidents? Do you think the sperm from precum could go through my panties and get inside me in that short little time from the first situation? He used a condom and barely went inside me in the second situation, again for a very short time...what are the chances? And can stress delay a period? (I'm due for my period any day now and I've had stuff going on in my social life that's been stressing me out). This stuff may not sound that bad and my friends say there's no way I could be pregnant but you never know. Even though I went to the bathroom and changed panties and he wore a condom, I've just been freaking out. Anyways...responses would deff be appreciated. Thanks
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