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phantasmae
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I spent last weekend with my boyfriend in a hotel room. A hotel room leads to things.
We woke up and got horny and started dry-humping. We both had our underwear on and he ejaculated. No intercourse was involved. I couldn't see in the dark but I noticed that there was a round spot on my underwear that usually doesn't happen from vaginal discharge, so I figure I got some sperm+semen on it.

I have been freaking out about it, so it's probably going to delay my period. But can someone please assure me that the possibility of my being pregnant is really slim?

I am worrying because I am getting blood-stringed discharge on wednesday and today- friday. I can't know if I've missed my period until after the 14th, which would be a month after my last period.

also, the accident was oct 24th. today is the 30th. I am going to see my doctor on the 4th, should I ask for a pregnancy test?

I just really hate waiting.

Thank you..

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Heather
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Pregnancy from this kind of activity, when there is any clothing involved, is highly unlikely. If your undergarments were, in fact, sodden with his fluids (not just yours: you may well have just produced more fluid or sweat than you're used to seeing), then there MAY be some risk, but it is still very small.

Bloody discharge is not only not a typical pregnancy symptom, pregnancy doesn't complete in a few days anyway, so it wouldn't have been related to pregnancy even if you were going to become pregnant.

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