Hello! First and for most, I want to say thank you for having this amazing website. It is very helpful. On July 5, I gave my bf a bj for the first time. I felt a substance and automatically took it out of my mouth and touched it with my hand to see what it was. My bf and I realized that it was pre-cum. He took it from my hand and wiped it off on his shirt. 5 to 10 minutes later, he proceeeded to touch my genitals. He didn't finger me, it was just massaging. I've read previous threads, and Scarleteen's Pregnancy risk article, but I still need help. Is it possible that I could have gotten pregnant from this incident? The reason why I'm asking is because it has been 40 days since my last period. I've had psm symptoms for a little over a week, but still no blood. My last period was on June 7th, and it came after 37 days. As I mentioned above, it's July 16 (40 days after my last period) and still no blood. The incident occured July 5. Because I am getting pms symptoms, I am attributing them to pregnancy symptoms, since they are very similar. How early do pregnancy symptoms develop? I've read that there is a low risk of pregnancy from pre-cum, especially if there was no previous ejaculation. I also read that saliva's ph kills sperm, is that true? If that is the case, the precum had previosuly been in mouth before my bf touched it and wiped it off his shirt.I am really dissapointed in myself because I always make sure my bf washes his hands before he touches me, but this time it slipped out of my mind. I need an opinion, I am really freaking out. Thank you in advanced.
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