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frietaf
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ok, to start off today was the 14th day after my period started, which is bad news already.....cuz im usually on a tight schedule around 28 days.....but my bf and i were screwing around and i went from just underwear to nothing.....and he had boxers and khakis on the whole time! He rubbed up on me like 5 times then he fingered me.....i noticed when (when he was done with me) i went to pull his pants on (after mine were back on) that there was a lil damp spot ....he hadnt cummmed, so it was either precum or my own juices....also, if it was precum, im not sure if his pants were damp before or after he was rubbing on me? what are my chances of getting pregnant in your honest opinion???
* ive heard sperm lose vitality when introduced to the air (since he never penetrated and he had on two layers of clothes so the precum would have been long exposed to air)...plus precum is less likely to impregnate b/c it has no "semen-like" liquid surrounding it and it even dires quicker...and sperm cannot swim through clothes...(are all these facts true??) what kinda chances do i have (%)? (keep in mind the damp spot could have been me too)
PLEASE HELP ME!
P.S. i know this could all happen hypothetically speaking (like if one sperm made it) but does it ever happen??? and if it does how often?

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ErinK
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We have an article about risks of pregnancy from various sexual activities that I'm going to use to answer your question, since it has the most accurate information:

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If you were less than fully clothed, but not having genitals-to-genitals skin contact, did any pre-ejaculatory fluid or semen get on or near the woman’s pubic region, on her underwear or pantyhose, or on her swimsuit or any other minimal garment?

If YES, you MAY have some risk of pregnancy. More significant is the risk of Sexually Transmitted Diseases. See your health care practitioner for a STD screening and a pregnancy test.


Becuase women are different, and because you're not sure if pre-ejaculatory fluid did end up in contact with your genitals, all we can really say for sure is that you might have some risk of pregnancy (sperm don't lose vitality in air -- the vagina isn't a vaccuum, so if they died on contact with air we'd never have any pregnancy risks; however sperm don't live very long in hostile environments such as clothing, water, etc).

My honest opinion is that your pregnancy risk is probably low; however, if you don't get your period, take a pregnancy test. You might also want to consider just having him put a condom on for dry sex -- peace of mind is a good thing.

erin


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