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greeneyedgem
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Few questions...sorry if someone else has asked.

Is it possible to be pregnant from manual sex? (Like, fingering?)Like, can you get pregnant if someone fingers you after he has just touched his penis (Like, to sratch himself or something, not masturbating).

My boyfriend fingered me quite a few times this past month. Although, never with his pants down or off. My period is late, and was wondering if by some odd chance, this could cause pregnancy. I am on birth control and took a few pills late this month.

Also, is it normal to have a whitish vaginal discharge a few days before your period or when your period is supposed to show up?

Thanks for any help/relief you can give me.


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DarkChild717
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Yes, it's possible to get pregnant, if and only if semen was present. If there's no semen, there's no pregnancy risk.

If you took a few pills late, that can cause havoc on your period. Also, stress can delay a period, so if you're really worrying about pregnancy, your period might be a bit late.

Discharge is normal at all times during your cycle, as long as it's not foul-smelling, green, yellow, or something other than whitish or clearish.


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