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snowiebunniezz
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Hey guys,

I don't know if i'm worrying too much or whatever, but recently, my boyfriend and I have been somewhat making out heavily and it lead to grinding and um just last week, his penis touched my vagina by accident cuz i was wearing boxer undies and he was naked. there was some precum on it and i was rather wet, and I'm really worried I could somehow get pregnant from it? Is it possible? I'm really worried and I don't wanna get pregnant.

He and I have both agreed on no sex till marriage or whatever but yeah. His penis was grinding against my vagina a little.

and, my period's due today/tomorrow and usually by now i would have felt slightly sleepy/cramps however no symptoms are showing yet.


but on a side note, i lost my grandmother that same week, and had to go for the funeral etc in the UK (i live in Singapore) and maybe the climate change from hot to cold could affect my period timing too? and cuz of the stress? plus i've been bombarded with projects and have been feeling stressed due to that as well.


replies are much appreciated [Frown] worrying my guts out. i've decided to never go that far with him again and limiting it to kissing/cuddling or whatever. no grinding blowjobs or stuff. cuz i'm really worried. i'm 17 though..

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snowiebunniezz
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I'm not on the pill by the way..

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Robin Lee
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HI snowiebunniezz
and welcome to scarleteen!

Have you seen this thread yet? If not, could you take a look please?

http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/ultimatebb.php?/ubb/get_topic/f/27/t/027786.html


If you still have questions after reading the information there, come on back! [Smile]

Thanks.

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snowiebunniezz
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Hi yes I am! But I'm still worried [Frown] (

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bunny

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Robin Lee
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HI There,

was there a specific part of what you read that didn't make sense or that caused yu more worry? Can you explain more of what specifically has you worried?

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Robin

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