Hello i am new to this site, hopefully i used this correctly.
I took the morning after pill an hour or two before engaging in another sexual activity. My last period was May 30, and these past few days ive been ovulating. After taking the morning after pill, my bf and i dry humped together. I was wearing jeans and thin panties, he was wearing boxers and jeans. Things were getting pretty heated and my own vaginal fluid soaked through my jeans, to the point where i could feel it by simply touching it outside.He told me he felt was pretty wet from his own precum, so my question is can the moistness of my own vaginal fluid help his sperm pass through my clothing and into my vagina since i was super wet? Sounds stupid i know but im paranoid and i just need some honest answers.
Another thing to point out, with his hands he was rubbing my jean covered vagina (i was still super moist) and he MIGHT have hadprecum on his fingers. Im sure it was dry, but lets just say he did. Still any risk? Would the moistness of my fluids help it seep through?
Please can someone help me? Ive been so worried :/ also i am considering on taking birth control soon to be safer. I just need to know if i posed any pregnanacy risk here. Thank you. Your response is ever so grateful to me.
I know this question has been posted many times, but i need to hear an answer personally. I cant really explain this incident to my parents or anyone else.
P.S does taking plan b an hour or two before the incident protect me somehow?
The short answers here are that you and your partner did not engage in a high pregnancy risk activity, and that plan B is not meant to be taken prior to an incident, but after, and only in cases where you engaged in unprotected intercourse or some other failure of protection, e.g. the condom breaks.
If you'd like more information regarding your question, please take a look at the resources I've gathered for you below.
Did you manage to take a look at those links?
Because of the nature of the age group of users we work with (being really young and fertile), we can't say that there is an absolute 0% chance of pregnancy. Really, we wish we could and make everyone feel better, but we can't. All we can really say is that, compared to a high risk situation -- having direct genital to genital intercourse without protection and with ejaculation from the penis into the vagina -- you are at a very, very, very, very super duper low risk...that isn't 0%, but comes close.
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Actually though to make things clearer, we didnt engage in dry humping for too long. If he tried humping me, it was only for a second or two and i would push him off. It wasn't consistent. Plus, he never ejaculated before it happened or while it happened. He just said he was a little aroused and felt a little wet from his pre cum fluid. which i have heard that doesnt consist of so much sperm right?
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It really doesn't matter how long dry humping happened for, if you were ovulating, or whether your boyfriend ejaculated or not - the pregnancy risk from that activity isn't going to change.
Like Patricia said above, we know that a very specific set of activities can cause pregnancy, and none of them involve layers of clothing between genitals. When we say in an article here that a sexual activity has "no risk" for pregnancy, as in that first article linked above, then you can feel pretty safe.
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