I'm really scared and worried and it's pretty bad because I know stress messes up the period cycle. Last week I was kissing my bf and i was on top of him. I had all my clothes on, jeans and everything and he had his private out. When i got off him, It nudged/pushed gently against the crotch of my jeans where my vagina is near. I know the wetness was my own vaginal secretion but if there was precum and if there was sperm in it, could it swim through and make me pregnant?
I'm really scared because if the sperm made it, it can live 5-7 days inside me and my period was supposed to come today.
In the back of my mind I think the chance is small and stuff since he hasn't masturbated for 2 months so the chance of sperm in the private is low so there should be no sperm in the precum.
i can't help worrying about it tho... i've read several different answers to my question in other areas, but I get different answers.
I found this site and I am so relieved to find people who really know what they're talking about.
so please help me put my mind to rest!!
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Sperm aren't that hardy: they can't swim through several layers of fabric.
But just so you know, not having masturbated in two months doesn't mean there won't be sperm in pre-ejaculate. Younger men will still often have wet dreams, and it's even more common when men don't masturbate. But again, even if there had been sperm in his pre-ejaculate, this would not pose a risk.
Periods, too, often won't be on-time to the day. It's normal for regular periods to come within a window of a couple days.
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