Again before I say anything, thankyou in advance for your great help. I have quite a similar situation to a recent poster that know that they're not pregnant but just needs some outside reassurance perhaps.
I am not pregnant, it's pretty clear.
1. My partner and I have never had sex, we have had dry sex with clothing on (underwear & shorts, 3-4 layers). 2. My partner has not ejaculated in a few months. He has never ejaculated whilst we have dry sex or anything else. In other words, he has never ejaculated in my presence and the last time he did was in a wet dream when we first started dating. We have stopped all physical activity between us for almost a month now. 3. He has only ever had "leakage" he says - which is pre-ejaculate to me which I understand is minimal in volume & does not contain sperm in itself unless it carries trace sperm from a previous recent ejaculation if he hasn't urinated after. But like I said he hasn't ejaculated recently. 4. I got a shorter and lighter withdrawal bleed two weeks after my "non risk" but I attribute that to the fact that I screwed around with my active pill intake. 5. I took 3 pregnancy tests - 19 & 20 days after the non risk.
That pretty much says to me I can't possibly be pregnant. Especially considering no ejaculation ever, so sperm hasn't even been present. But I still can't stop thinking over these facts in my head to convince myself !
Just need someone to confirm with & talk to please
Well, any of us are going to say exactly what the article says! If you aren't having the kinds of sex that pose a pregnancy risk, there's no way to become pregnant. Everything that we said in your last thread still applies. If persistent pregnancy fears continue, your next step would be to talk to a doctor, counselor, etc. about managing anxiety.
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