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Niteen
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Okay so I fingered the girl on her 2nd day of period June 6th) and maybe I had a little pre-c** on my finger but at that moment I could not realize anything... I did rub my finger over her body and then went in and pretty deep, maybe hit her cervix once.

She got her periods over on 9th June and it was normal only.

And the duration of her cycle is normal and not irregular.

So is it possible that this might make her pregnant? Please help I am very scared...!

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So if I understand correctly, she has had a regular period since this incident? If so, you can rest assured that she did not get pregnant.

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Niteen
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Hi, yes just 3 days after that incident she had her periods and it was normal. So it was definite sign that she is not pregnant?
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It is not possible to have a period and be pregnant. So if she had a regular period, she cannot be pregnant.

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Johanna
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Niteen
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I am sorry to bug again, but I have Googled and saw many posts in Yahoo and WebMD, etc, where they are telling that some have got pregnant in this way... and it is confusing me so much. Am I just getting wrong information from there?

Thanks very much for your response!

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Heather
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I'd be very surprised to see a doctor at WebMD saying this is a real possible pregnancy scenario.

Our answer isn't going to change, and we'd suggest random Googling around this is something you stop doing: all it's going to do is ratchet up your anxiety.

Is *she* concerned she became pregnant? If so, if a period isn't enough to convince her she isn't, she can take a pregnancy test to verify that.

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Niteen
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Thanks very much. I should really stop to Google randomly like this.

She is not concerned about it it's just me who is being paranoid about it. This is my first time and I thought that precum could get her pregnant even if she had her periods...

In this case, when will be a proper time to take a pregnancy test just in case? And it is not required too right?

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Robin Lee
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So, now that you know the facts about how pregnancy can and can't happen, are you feeling less worried?

No, taking a test really isn't necessary here, and needs to be something your girlfriend wants to do. If she's not concerned about pregnancy, it doesn't sound like she'll be interested in taking a test.

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Niteen
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I am really feeling very relieved now. The answers I get here are so well explained and professional. I thank you for giving your time to respond to my concern.

My girlfriend told me that she was ok to take a test and that it will clear my doubt so she is like insisting to get it done. But now that I am confirmed this is impossible to happen, I wont take the test and assure her that I am not worried at all

Thanks so much [Smile]

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You're welcome. Glad to hear you're relieved.

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