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My girlfriend told me she was feeling sick on Wednesday the 28 of last month, the day after she realized she was on her period, Saturday afternoon she started to feel better and i was really horny that morning so i had a wank 3 times, now i remember going for a shower but i dont remember if i went to the toilet or not..... that night she was out and things started to get a little hot and heavy, i didnt touch her inside her clothes but she touched me, im almost 100% sure that some precum got onto the outside of her jeans where her vulva would have been in contact with... im really worried that she could be pregnant, ive already discussed it with her and were not going to do it again, but im really worried and wondering, is there a chance, however small, that she could be pregant?
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Hi Effect and welcome to Scarleteen,

To help you assess whether this was a risk or not, can you take a look at these two articles:

Pregnancy Scared?

Where DID I Come From? A Refresher Course in Human Reproduction


after reading those, if you have any questions we can definitely talk through them. [Smile]

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Hey thanks for the fast reply, ive actually been watching the site for a while and have read almost all the articles, the thing is i have sex ed and biology, and my teacher is the same for both, in biology we learn everything has to go right and the penis has to enter the vagina and that unless its after day 12 chances are low, also that sperm lives for 3 days in the womans body, but in sex ed its like that chances are almost 100%, so im really worried, like i said, its the last time in doing anything sexual for a couple of years, and i mean that ive been so worried and am just waiting for my girlfriend to tell me shes got her period.. but i was just wondering, would there be a chance that sperm in my precum could go through her jeans and underwear (she was really wet at the time) when she was on say day 6 of her cycle and live long enough to fertilize the egg, im so scared, im 17 and shes 15, we love each other but we are definitely not ready for a baby and just want to focus on the other points of our relationship from now on.
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Hey There,

Wow, that's really bizarre that you get different information from the same teacher depending on which class it is.

As it says in our articles, in order for pregnancy to occur there has to be either:

1) Direct contact between a bare penis and a bare vulva, primarily vaginal intercourse but also anal intercourse or rubbing between genitals.
2) Direct contact between freshly ejaculated semen and a bare vulva.

You didn't have either of these things happen.

It doesn't matter what day of her cycle your girlfriend was on, or how wet she was. Sperm just can't make it through a pair of jeans and underwear (or even through underwear) to cause a risk of pregnancy.

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Thank you so much!!

Obviously im still going to worry as thats my nature, and my gf felt sick for about a day 2 days after she was due to ovulate, so i was worried that is morning sickness, thats for the reply though, youve put my mind somewhat at ease. [Smile]

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You're welcome.

It might also help to know that symptoms of pregnancy wouldn't have occurred nearly that quickly.

Here's a list of sexual activities that don't pose pregnancy risks:
NO Pregnancy Risks

Naturally, your own comfort and preferences will dictate what you do and don't choose to do but be assured that nothing on this list can pose a risk of pregnancy. there are some things that our bodies just can't do. [Smile]

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Nooo sexual activities for me anymore, the furthest i want to go is just kissing.. its not worth the hassle or scare, maybe in a few years. Thanks again btw [Big Grin]
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Absolutely...nothing is worth being scared. [Smile]

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