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rila
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My concern is after having dry humping with my boyfriend i think it was 9 hours after i felt my body raised body temperature. I felt hot and it's not normal. What could it be? my short was very wet in dry humping we made but he said there's only a very bit of wetness in his short. Pls help!
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Kachina
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High temperature can be a sign of illness. I don't see how dry humping is related here...

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I think my basal body temperature increased. Is it a sign of ovulation?
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Are you charting patterns of cervical mucus and taking basal body temperatures daily?

[ 01-11-2013, 01:43 AM: Message edited by: Kachina ]

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No. That's why i got confused [Frown]
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Without knowing your menstrual cycle how will you know if you are experiencing ovulation?
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You won't.

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But you think it aint lead me to pregnancy?
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High temperature does not lead to pregnancy... I answered your pregnancy risk question in your other post: http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/ultimatebb.php?/ubb/get_topic/f/10/t/002505/p/1.html

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