I was freaking out last night to my bf about being pregnant, but I'm almost positive I was just freaking myself out because we have not had sex, ever, but, he was rubbing his dick on my vagina and tried to put it in but it hurt too much so we stopped. Anyways, I was freaking out last night worriying and he wasn't making it any better cause he was telling me to go get a pregnancy test but I don't think I could be pregnant? And then he said idk maybe cause you can get prgnant from rubbing and stuff. And then he told me that my vagina has tasted weird lately...he said like acid/sour ...which is so embarassing cause idk why it would be like that, my period was like 2 weeks ago and I shower daily and stuff... idk ugh so embarrassed. Do you know why it would be like that? :$ :$ :$ :s
As to the taste of your vagina changing: Have you noticed any differences in the discharge you've been getting? Our vaginal secretions change over the cycle, in texture, smell, taste etc. This is normal? Have you noticed anything different, though?
Hello Saraa; no need for embarrassment here.
Bare penis to vulva contact does present a pregnancy risk - but because he did not ejaculate on or inside your vulva, it's a small one. It's the same as using The Withdrawal Method. As you've used this method perfectly, you have a 96% protection rate against pregnancy.
How long ago were you rubbing your genitals together?
It's way too early for pregnancy symtoms here, so the anything different with your vulva won't be related to pregnancy. After a risk, if a pregnancy is going to be co-created, it takes around a week to be made. Even after it's made - that's way too early for any kind of symtoms. However, as I said; your risk of pregnancy is low.
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