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Ester
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Can i be pregnant from pre-cum?

Me and my boyfriend was dry humping. I was wearing nothing and he was wearing his underwear and basketball shorts. He did not ejaculate but is it possible that his pre-cum travel through his underwear and basket ball shorts and then in to my vagina. Is it possible to get pregnant? we done this during the last day of my period.

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Heather
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He was dressed, so you do not need to worry about this.

Here's some more information for you: Pregnancy Scared?

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Ester
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Sorry to ask again a question. Can Sperm travel through basketball shorts, because it has 2 parts the soft layer and the rough layer which is water proof?
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Heather
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Sperm are actually pretty darn delicate, and they also can't create a pregnancy all by themselves: they need the fluid that they're in for that.

So, not only do sperm need semen to be able to move to the cervix, they also need it to counteract the vaginal environment. Thinking about what sperm can and can't do on their own without that fluid just doesn't make sense because of all that. Get what I mean?

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I am so nervous, about 2 months ago or maybe a little more I was fooling around with my gf, she made me ejaculate over my hand, so I went to the toilet and washed my hands. After this I fingered my gf. Now she has been nauseous for About 2 weeks, constipated and headaches, she is nauseos throughout the day and has almost no appetite. She is really stressed because of this and final exams. Oh and she had her period a few weeks ago but I've heard that you can still have you period on the early stage. So I'm really worried eventhough I know she had her period. Is there a chance I didn't wash my hands well or there was still a low amount of sperm? What are the chances she is pregnant?
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Stephanie_1
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Given you washed your hands, there's no risk of pregnancy. That would have killed any sperm in the ejaculate.

If the sickness continues on more than a day or so now, she'll want to check in with a doctor. For the record though? Constipation can cause nausea - because it backs everything up. Also? It's not possible to have a normal period and sustain pregnancy, because a normal period the lining of the uterine lining (which is what the egg needs to make a safe happy home).

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I'm just like everyone else in being paranoid. Please calm my worries. I was with my boyfriend yesterday and I touched his penis. He had a tiny bit of precum on him. I touched it and there was just a little bit and I continued to stroke him. Just a little later, I touched myself. Is there any risk here. I know precum is not the same as semen, but still...I'm not sure.
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There's not a viable risk here, no.

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