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Hello, I have read you articles about how pregnancy can and cannot happen and I found them to be very helpful. Recently I encountered something I am uncertain of though. About two weeks ago my boyfriend was naked and I was wearing underwear and we engaged in dry humping. I am not sure if his precum leaked through my underwear or not though as their was a wet spot. The underwear was cotton and not super thin or anything. In one of your articles I read that pregnancy cannot happen if one or more people have clothing on. I was comforted by this but then I read on the Planned Parenthood website if there is wetness due to the male that pregnancy may be a possibility. I am very nervous as I feel as if I have been experiencing many signs. I took a test today which was negative, but I am still worried and confused.
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These additional links might be helpful!
You Cannot Become Pregnant When You Have Pants On (I know you said you saw this info in another article, but it may help to see it again, in larger type)

In terms of why Planned Parenthood's info says something else, we can't know why that is - you'd have to take that up with them.

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