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Okay, my boyfriend and I make out a lot and do the "dry sex" thing. I'm kind-of worried I'm pregnant now because its not exactly time for my period yet, but today there were a few drops of blood in my underwear (my period is due next week, around the 10th, so maybe the blood was just pre-period? Nothing like this ever happened before...) I've heard that you *can*--in some rare instances-- become pregnant from "dry sex", but each time my boyfriend and I did this we each had two layers of clothes on... Is it possible I could have gotten pregnant from this?

Also, once after I gave my boyfriend a handjob over his clothes (I got NO ejaculate on my hands) then I went home, washed my hands once, and took a bath. Could I have gotten pregnant from that?

Thanks for the help in advance!

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Lady Moonlight
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According to our handy Pregnancy Risk Assessment Flow Chart, your chances of being pregnant are slim to nil. No worries there.

If you aren't on the pill, chances are that your periods aren't 100% regular (most girls' aren't for the first several years of menstruation). So it's probably just the start of your period or some irregular bleeding. If you're worried, though, a trip to the gynocologist wouldn't hurt, especially if you've never had one. It's just a good idea in general to have a yearly gyno checkup once you start menstruating.

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