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liloandstitch15
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Hi,

I feel really super odd writing this but here goes.

On the 11th of February, 4 days after my period finished, me and my bf were fooling around. He produces a lot of precum and I put his penis on the entrance of my vagina while sitting on his lap and slightly pushed down, he didn't enter me, I'm still a virgin, but his precum could have.

I'm having early pregnancy symptoms, although it's most probably all in my head and just PMS. I'm meant to start my period on the 25th but my menstrual cycle has always been kinda irregular.

What are the chances that I'm pregnant?
And if tomorrow I find out I'm not, what were the chances that I could have gotten pregnant?

I'm worried but feel oddly calm, please help! [Frown]

I read that precum contains low levels of sperm, and I just thought because of the kind of direct contact the conditions would be perfect for them to survive [Eek!]

What should my plan of action be if I don't get my period?

I'm 16!

Thank you <3

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Molias
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Just so you know, when people do become pregnant, symptoms don't show up a week or two later (you can read more about that here: Chicken Soup for the Pregnancy Symptom Freakout's Soul). So anything you're feeling now won't be pregnancy-related.

Any direct contact between bare genitals, even if semen isn't present or intercourse doesn't happen, does carry a pregnancy risk. We can't tell you what the chances are, just because there's no way for us to know that. What you can do is wait until it's been at least two weeks since this happened and buy a pregnancy test, if your period hasn't come by then.

Also, this direct contact also poses risks of STI transmission, so if you and your partner aren't current on your STI screenings, that's something you should take care of soon. And if you are going to have this sort of direct contact in the future, you can use condoms for better protection from both STIs and pregnancy.

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liloandstitch15
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Thanks for your reply ^_^

Every other website says that some women feel symptoms even before their missed period. You say the opposite [Confused]

I realise you can't tell me exact odds etc. I guess I just want some kind of info about pregnancy by precum, most people think that's poppycock and can't happen. I guess I was looking for some reassuring words. [Frown]

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Well, I am certain all other websites do not say that. Same goes with other printed books and references about pregnancy from credible sources. In fact, the most standard information about this, pretty universally, is that when it comes to early pregnancy, a missed period tends to be the very first clue someone will have they may be pregnant.

Withdrawal, as a method, used perfectly, is estimated to be about 96% effective in perfect use in one year. What that tells us is that we can figure that, at most, pre-ejaculate - since in perfect use of withdrawal, no one is ejaculating - accounts for that 4% risk in a year. So, is it a risk? Yes. Is it a high risk? No. It is probably a lower risk than, say, someone using birth control pills typically, not perfectly, for one year, with a partner actually ejaculating.

Does that help give you a better idea of the kind of risk level, per pregnancy, we are talking about?

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