I feel really awkward asking for advice in this topic seeing as I never saw myself being in a situation such as this. I'm new to the site and the whole forum thing is very new to me as well, so i'm sorry for any mistakes.
First off I'm still a virgin, I've never had sex. Although in late September early October I was fingered by my boyfriend for the second time in my life. After he fingered me he freaked out a little because he wasn't sure if he had touched some pre-ejaculate that had seeped onto his boxers before he had fingered me. So it's not like his fingers were drenched in it. (For example purposes-it's like he touched a damp piece of clothing, so it wasn't very wet.) I know for a fact that he urinated at least 20 minutes before the pre-ejaculate and fingering happened. I read some were that urinating clears any sperm that could have been left over from him masturbating earlier that day. I can't remember if he actually masturbated that day or not.
Is there any chance at all that I could have gotten pregnant from this? It sounds really far fetched but I'm 13 days late with my period. I've always been rather irregular but due to that incident I'm a little concerned. I'm 18 and obviously not well informed.
Sorry for troubling everyone!
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There is no need to feel awkward about asking for advice, when we don't have the information it's always good to ask.
For a pregnancy to be possible there must be a direct genital contact. Also periods can -- and very often do -- change, and there are a lot of reasons for that to happen. Our bodies are not machines so they won't always act the same way.
Here are some articles that I think will be helpful to you:
How about checking those out and if after those you still have questions, feel free to ask.
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