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piecesofme2
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I was making out with my bf in the hot tub the other day and started taking my bathing suit bottoms off and he pulled his down and might have touched his penis around the outside of my vagina is there any pregnancy risk in that?
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There is always some risk of pregnancy and/or STIs with any direct, unprotected genital-to-genital contact. That's the case in or out of water: if it's a risk on dry land, it's a risk in water.

So, if he was rubbing his penis on your vulva, yes, there may have been a risk. If he was not, then no, there likely was not.

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I do not believe there was direct contact on my vulva it was very brief because once he pulled my bathing suit down I told him we couldn't have sex. I got my period the next day so should that mean I am completely fine?
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It sounds, then, like a risk wasn't likely. But also, yes, if you have your period, it's all good.

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So if I have my period now should I not take plan b? I am still worried that even though I have my period now, I still could have gotten pregnant right before my period. It has been 3 days and less then 72 hours so I could still possibly take plan B but I do not know how that would mess up my current cycle.
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You can't have your period and be pregnant at the same time, so there is no reason to take Plan B.

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