Both of us are virgins and we never had an actual intercourse. We do usually fool around and were always careful as we know right now there are more important things to focus on. We never go further than ending with a mutual masturbation between us together. However there has been an incident that is freaking me out and i cant sleep or eat properly.
Just a day ago when she was having her period (she was already 2 days late), we were messing around and masturbating each other when i accidentally spilled a tiny bit over her waist area, enough for it to crawl down from her waist and stopped by her pubic hair. We immediately stopped, and i quickly wiped it off with some tissues and got dressed. And just today, her period stopped. It only lasted about 2 days. Or rather to be more specific, it may be 3 days as when she woke up in the morning on the 4th of july, she told me that she had her periods and was really bloody.
My question is: 1.Is she pregnant? Maybe not from these situation as we're always fooling around but we never had an actual intercourse. We frequently masturbate each other together at the same time. 2.Why does her period last for only 2 days? We're really worried as it usually last 5 days. 3.Does a period with heavy clotting means she is not pregnant? i heard from many sources that having period doesnt means that a girl is not pregnant
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I answered your post in the other forum. We do ask that users not post the same question in more than one spot. The same people read both forums and while it may take us a while as we're short-handed right now, we will always get to everyone's post.
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