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JackSnoopy
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First of all, sorry for my bad English. English is not my main language here.

So yesterday I've drysex with my girlfriend. I was wearing an underwear and she was wearing a very thin underwear.

I saw some precum on my underwear (visible from outside of my underwear) while I was dry humping. But im not sure there is any precum on her underwear.
I've masturbated before and didn't urinate at all.


My questions is :

1. Can she gets pregnant this way ?
2. If there're some precum on her underwear, can she gets pregnant ?
3. Is it "Normal" for people who are on my age (17 years old) doing this kind of sex ? What is the "Limit" and how normal it is? I'm feeling guilty and regret about what we've done although we didn't have a penetration sex and she is still virgin.


Your reply is very useful for me, I'm very scared right now

Oh almost forgot, I've read few message board threads and articles like Can I Get Pregnant, or Get or Pass On an STI From That? but I'm not sure on my case. I just need your straight opinions about pregnancy risk here.

Thank you so much Scarleteen!

[ 07-22-2013, 05:13 AM: Message edited by: JackSnoopy ]

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Robin Lee
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Hi JackSnoopy and welcome to Scarleteen,

As it said in the article you read, when people rub their genitals together and are wearing clothing there is no risk of pregnancy. Underwear counts as clothing.

People of all ages engage in sexual activity. So yes, lots of people your age do the sexual activities you've done.

As long as it was something both you and your girlfriend both wanted to do, it wasn't a bad thing and you don't have to feel bad about it.

but it's also okay if you do feel bad, and you don't have to do these activities again if you don't want to or just don't feel good about doing them.

It's entirely your choice.

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JackSnoopy
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Thanks for your answer sir !

1. If there are some precum on her underwear (very very thin underwear), can she gets pregnant ?

2. If there are some precum on her Vagina, can she gets pregnant ?

Sorry for these stupid paranoid questions sir

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JackSnoopy
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Anyone please reply my thread [Frown]
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Redskies
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Hi JackSnoopy, and sorry that you've had to wait a little.

As Robin said above, when someone is wearing clothes, including underwear, even thin underwear [Smile] , there's no risk of pregnancy.

If a person puts their penis on someone's vulva or vagina, there is a risk of pregnancy, whether they think there is pre-ejaculate there or not. If you're concerned about fingers, for example, putting pre-ejaculate on the vulva or vagina: that's not a way that pregnancy happens.

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JackSnoopy
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Thanks for the fast reply
I understand now , what you said is really educated me on the risk of pregnancy!

Once again, thank you Robin Lee and Redskies !

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Eden oscar
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Coul i just ask jacksnoopy? Did she show any symptoms for pregnancy? As in are you a 100% she isnt pregnant?

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Eden oscar, we ask that users please not reply in this section of the board, as it is meant for volunteer and staff replies only.

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