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football*luver*grl*
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I am 14, this guy who is a close friend & my neighbor didn't have sex but we made out & he sucked my boobs & i gave him oral sex we made out on his bed with him naked on top of me & with me having my skirt pulled up & panties pulled off & after we finished he ejaculated between my legs towards my knees he wiped it off but is there still a chance i could get pregnant im still a virgin but i used to masterbate & Idk if i popped my cherry doing that or not & i gave not had my period & it was expected 2 days ago & i did a menstrual calendar *my periods are 31 days apart since June or July & they have been on the 27 & 28 & b4 that they happend randomly & sometimes not @ all* & the calendar says i wasnt fertile when that happened but can i still be pregnant PLEASE HELP ME

[ 12-31-2011, 01:34 AM: Message edited by: karebear1197 ]

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Kachina
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Am I understanding correctly that there was direct contact between your genitals? If there was, then there is a pregnancy risk. And if he ejaculated on your vulva the risk is higher.

If you are late for your period you can take a pregnancy test to know whether you are pregnant or not.

Masturbation or virginity has no effect on this. And there is no "cherry" or anything that "pops" or breaks by masturbating or having sex. Check this:
My Corona: The Anatomy Formerly Known as the Hymen & the Myths That Surround It

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football*luver*grl*
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Thanks Kat No our genitals did not touch he is shorter than me so his more on the bottom of my stomach like 2 or 3 inches under my belly button
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eryn_smiles
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Hi Karebear, so it sounds like you had no direct contact between genitals and he ejaculated around your knees- is that correct? If so, you have very little risk of pregnancy here.

It sounds like your periods are quite irregular so it might be difficult to tell when one is late. If you remain concerned, you can take a pregnancy test for an accurate result around 14 days after this happened.

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