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giterdone87
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hi me and my boyfriend have not had sex but are thinking about it. the other day i was on top of him sliding up and down on his penis. i had my underwear on and he had his underwear on he ejaculated twice could the sperm go through clothes and could i be pregnant ive been feelling really weird here lately please help thank you
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Heather
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If both your undergarments were very thin and sodden with both your fluids, you have had STI risks, and you may also have had pregnancy risks, particularly if the head of his penis was right on or in your vaginal opening, covered only by the underpants.

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giterdone87
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so what should i do?
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Heather
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Well, if you like, you can obtain emergency contraception if it has not been more than 120 hours since this risk. At the very least, you can call your doctor, GYN or sexual health clinic, describe the situation in detail, and ask for their asessment per EC.

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