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Imscared7
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Okay so my girlfriend and I were fooling around the other night and she had her panties on and I had no bottoms on. I rubbed my bare penis against the vaginal area with her panties on for like 5 seconds, I pulled my penis away and I felt some pre cum. If pre cum got on her panties could that impregnate her?

I have another situation that happened today. Okay so we were dry humped fully clothed. I had on boxer briefs and gym shorts while she had on panties and thin shirts. As I was ejaculating I pulled away and then a few seconds later I touches my pants and felt a wet spot. I then looked at her pants and saw a wet spot but her shorts were thin so I'm thinking it was her wetness that cause it because I pulled at as soon as I was ejaculating so there wasn't enough time for it to go through all layers and her panties were really wet while my pants weren't as wet as her. I'm really scared and would like to know what the chances are of her not getting pregnant from this. I came to this site because I know that y'all will give me an honest answer and you guys know what you're talking about. Please reply.

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Welcome to Scarleteen!

Can you start by taking a look at this thread?
http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/ultimatebb.php?/ubb/get_topic/f/27/t/027495.html

And then, if you have any further questions, we can discuss them here.

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Imscared7
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That honestly didn't help me out that much could you please answer my post because I'm still soooo confused!!
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Onionpie
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Hi Imscared7. Can you tell me what it is you're confused about? The link that joey gave included all the information you should need to figure out if those situations you described posed a pregnancy risk or not. If you let us know what exactly you're not understanding about the articles and information in the forum post that joey linked you to, we will happily help to clarify.

We like our users to be self-reliant, as having the information to figure out for yourself whether you've had a risk or not is really empowering and can help you feel more secure. It means you don't have to come back to us every time, which is good for you and your independence, and it's good for us as it means we can direct our time elsewhere [Smile] You know the saying "Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime"? Well, the fish in this case is sex education [Big Grin]

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Imscared7
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I know but I've read stuff like that all over the Internet and I would like to hear your personal opinion just this once and I won't ask anymore questions!! Please!! It's so much better hearing it from someone than it is reading it off a website entitled to every scare. I just want some hope.
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Onionpie
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Hey, I'm sorry to hear you're so worried about this. I think it'd be a good idea for you to read the following article, so that you understand exactly when you would or would not have had a pregnancy risk:

Where DID I Come From? A Refresher Course in Human Reproduction

As the article, and the link that joey posted, states, sperm cannot get through clothing. If you are worrying this much about a situation that you understand doesn't actually pose a pregnancy, I think it'd be a good idea to maybe reconsider the kinds of sexual activity you are participating in, and give some thought to whether you feel truly comfortable with the things you are doing. Because often times, such fear around pregnancy is actually the projection of other worries around sex as a whole, like when you feel like you're going too fast or doing things you're not entirely comfortable with. So if you decide that that could indeed be the case, taking any form of sexual activity off the table for the meantime can really help relieve stress for you [Smile]

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Imscared7
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Do you think I'm overreacting about the whole thing??
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Knowing now that what you did does not pose a risk, do you still feel concerned? Or has the information we have given you reassured you?

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Imscared7
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Are you sure it doesn't pose a risk?? Did you read my first post?
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We need for you to refer to this please, a policy which has started today: http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/ultimatebb.php?/ubb/get_topic/f/28/t/007116/p/1.html#000000

Thanks.

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