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hi! i'm newbie here. i need your advices and ideas with regards on my confusion.

well, my boyfriend and i had dry humping. i can say that he did not cum because we were not wet. we did that with our clothes on. after a while, we've decided to do an oral sex.. i'm not sure if that's what you call it. [i did a blowjob]

i've noticed a clear water- like fluid on the tip of his penis. is that what you call the pre cum?

now, what makes me paranoid is that my expecting due date [period] must be feb 2? i think... but it's already feb 6 now. i'm worrying too much if i could be pregnant. dec 30, 2006 was my last period and i'm regular. i'm sure that he did not cum. also, we only did dry humping and a blowjob. there's no penetration. what makes me wonder is if that small amount of clear water-like fluid is a pre-cum, which can make me pregnant if accidentally placed inside/ near my vagina.

please, please answer.
thanks in advance mods! [Smile]


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If I'm understanding you correctly, your genitals only came in contact when you both had clothes on, yes? In that case, there's absolutely no pregnancy risk here. You're right that the fluid you saw on his penis was pre-ejaculate (or pre-cum), but if it didn't actually touch your genitals, as in skin-to-skin contact, you have no risk at all.

Actually, the fact that you're so stressed about your period being late is probably contributing to your period being late - stress and worrying can delay the onset of your period. Try to relax! If you're really, really worried, you can take a pregnancy test, since you're already late for your period, just to ease your mind. But really, I see no pregnancy risk at all here.

(That said, are you guys both up-to-date on STI screenings? Because unprotected oral sex presents a pretty high STI risk, so if you're not, you should both get tested.)

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thanks! by the way, how can we able to go on through STI screening? what's that? :|

thanks again!

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STIs are sexually transmitted infections, such as AIDS, herpes ( the oral form is cold soars, don't have unprotected oral sex while you have a cold soar or you could spread herpes) Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Scabies, HPV etc. A sexual health clinic or a planned parenthood should be able to administer a STI screening. It is recommended that you use protection such a condom and/or a dental dam for sexual contact until you have been with your partner for a full year, and you both have had 2 full STI screenings.
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