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Marigold15
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Hi Scarleteen, i would just like to know the chances or possiblility of getting pregnant in this situation. This happened on dec 1. my bf and i had dry sex. i had my underwear on the whole time. he did not ejaculate. He also fingered me but were confident that it was dry. We did not have sexual intercourse nor there was vaginal penetration. 12 days after my period came. i bled heavily for 4 days and bledlightly for the last 3 days. Since after my period we did not do any intimate activity. My period came the following month only 1-2 days late. It was the same 4 days of heavy bleeding and light bleeding for the last 3 days. (this is my normal menstrual flow) . is there still any chance or possiblity? Reply please ASAP.
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Kachina
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Hi, Marigold, dry humping with clothing on does not pose a risk. And since you have had your period, that also means you aren't pregnant.

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Marigold15
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Thank you so much [Smile] I am so relieved! Thank you for the confirmation. There was information in the internet claiming that having regular periods during pregnancy is normal.
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Rohan Roy
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Hi Scarleteen,I have a problem Each and every time of intercourse with someone my sperm doesn't come out.....and there is a pain in my lower abdomen for 2 or 3 hours........but at the time of masturbation my sperm come out within one n half minutes and very normally.....i don't know what is my problem and what should i do....

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Robin Lee
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Hi Rohan,

Just so you know for the future, it's easier for us to find people's questions if they start a new topic rather than writing in another topic. You can do this by hitting the "start a new topic" link that you'll find on any page of this forum.

Do you have any pain when you masturbate? What comes out is called semen, and the sperm--which is what can get someone pregnant--is in the semen. It's not uncommon for people to have intercourse and not ejaculate--which is when the semen comes out.

However, pain is not a good thing. Have you been able to see a doctor to ask about the abdominal pain?

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