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justine doe
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so like im really paranoid about sex things so

this may sound like a stupid question

so my bf got hard and wiped a little precum off and then like 10 minutes later he wanted to finger me so i made him wash his hands i also
i got my period the day after that
im pretty sure he didnt use the same hand as he did to wipe the precum

so i was wondering if i could be pregnant?
(i heard that you can still get ur period if ur pregnant)

please reply

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KittenGoddess
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Hand washing would take care of any sperm that were present. So no, you don't have a pregnancy risk from what you've described here.

And no, it is not possible to have a period and still be pregnant. Some women may have bleeding during pregnancy (which needs to be carefully monitored by a health care provider), but it is not a real period nor does it generally look like one. A good rule of thumb is that if it looks like a period, acts like a period, and shows up when you'd expect a period...then it's a period.

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justine doe
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Thank you soo much!
im so relieved

but just wondering, what would the bleeding during pregnancy be like?

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KittenGoddess
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That's hard to say exactly because it depends on the individual pregnancy and the cause of the bleeding. Some women may have very light spotting others may have somewhat heavier bleeding. But regardless, it's not going to be a full on period...during a period, all of the lining is shed. A pregnancy can't continue if that happens.

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justine doe
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I had cramps, was grouchy, got it on time, lasted the normal amount of time


is it safe to say that im not pregnant for sure?

ive never had sex before

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If it felt like a normal period, arrived on time, lasted the usual amount of time, then you can assume that it was a normal period - plus, you really had no risk to begin with. So, you are definitely not pregnant.

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justine doe
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oh okay thanks =]

i was just thrown off by the fact that i got my period the day after and that like the egg wasnt even fertilized yet so i might have taken more time

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