Okay I am 18 and I'm a virgin.. I have been with a guy from past one year.. We have never had sex but gotten physical.. 2 days back my boyfriend was turned on so we just got a bit physical..he never came inside me but he did rub his penis on on my vaginal openings and around.. In the end he also came on me but not on my vaginal opening.. Above that only.. But i have had spotting and a little blood from past two days ever after that.. I'm not sure what I'm supposed to think.. What should I do? Please help..
Hi Scarleteen. Me and my bf was fooling around 2 weeks ago at the last day of my period. We kind of dry humped with both of us wearing jeans. After that I wanted to check if he was wet. He said that he just had precum and no cum. I touched his jeans and his jeans was kind of dry but I barely remembered. He said that he wore thin underwear, thick boxer and jeans. So the precum won't soaked and got through jeans but I really couldn't believe him. 5 minutes later I went to pee and I really forgot that I just touched his jeans that might have precum and I touched my vagina after pee, I'm so dumb!!!! Could this situation get me pregnant? Pls helpppp!!!!! I'm really freakin out. Thanks a lot.
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