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So today my boyfriend and I were making out on my bed, he began grinding on me (we were both fully clothed) and eventually he put my hand in his pants and I was touching his parts over his briefs. It felt a bit moist, so I'm wondering if that was precum? He didn't ejaculate.
Anyways, so thats as far as we went.
About 40 minutes later though, I used the bathroom and touched myself down there. I didn't put my fingers up my vagina or anything but I'm wondering if that was precum, and I got it on my hands, and then touching myself, could I be pregnant? Or is there any chance?
Sorry i'm just really scared

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Hi kelbyboo, and welcome to Scarleteen.

We ask that anyone coming in with a pregnancy scare read this thread first; it'll help you evaluate your risk level: This should answer your question, but if you have further questions once you read that, you can come on back and we'll do our best to answer them. =)

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