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deedeekong
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Hi Team Scarleteen,

Apologises for this post and its bother as I am sure you get these questions a lot. I have read the forums and your wonderful articles I guess I wanted to post this for my own peace of mind and relieve some stress.

My boyfriend and I dry humped on Monday. He was wearing jeans and underwear and I was wearing cotton underwear. I just wanted to confirm this does not pose a pregnancy risk. I was very wet with vaginal fluid and there was a spot on his jeans from precum. The reason I want confirmation is because a doctor told me anything is possible.

Also I've been having weird symptoms such as bloating, flactuance, frequent bowel movements, frequent urination and burping. Could be related to stress, unsure.

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deedeekong
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Oh and I forgot to say a creamy white milky discharge.
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deedeekong
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Any words of relief? Eek.
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Robin Lee
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Hi There, and welcome to Scarleteen.

The sexual activities you described do not pose a pregnancy risk. IN order for pregnancy to occur there has to be direct contact between a bare vulva and freshly ejaculated semen, or between a bare vulva and bare penis.

REgarding the symptoms you describe, it's too early for them to be signs of pregnancy even if pregnancy was a concern.

This article will tell you more about pregnancy risks and concerns.

Pregnancy Scared?

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Robin

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deedeekong
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Thank you so much Robin. Your assistance is greatly appreciated.
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