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kutekitty12
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Monday morning my boyfriend and I let things get out of hand. I have never had sex and we didn't have sex...but our clothes cam off and he touched his penis to my vagina a few times without a condom... He may have had precum on him...but we aren't sure. He had gone to the bathroom earlier and he hadn't ejactulated at all that day or even days before. I took Plan B one step Tuesday around 12. Is there any chance I could get pregnant? Help me i am very worried [EMAIL][/EMAIL]

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Welcome to Scarleteen, kutekitty.

Direct genital contact does pose a pregnancy risk (as well as a risk of STI transmission - are you and your partner up-to-date on STI testing?).

You took Plan B pretty soon after, so you've arleady done all you can to decrease the risk. Unfortunately, there is no way we can what your chances of pregnancy are at this point. All you can do now is wait for your period, or until you can take a pregnancy test (which you can do at 14 days after the risk).

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kutekitty12
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we are both clean so there is no risk for the STD's. It the risk at least very low?
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Since your partner did not ejaculate, the pregnancy was fairly low to begin with, and on average, emergency contraception reduces the risk by about 75-89%.

So you're esaying that both you and your partner have been tested and are negative for all STIs? (We ask that users not talk about being "clean", as that implies that someone who has an STi or has had an STI is "dirty" - and that kind of shaming is not something we like to see here.)

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kutekitty12
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ok so it is very low then?
I shouldn't be to worried?
Oh I am sorry! I didn't mean it that way I meant we have been tested and we both didn't have anything. My only worry is pregnancy. I should get my period in a week or week and a half. The plan b pill makes your period come about 5 days early. So I shouldn't worry should I? if there was no ejaculation at all...there might not have been anything?

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kutekitty12
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are the chances of pregnancy really low? since he didn't ejaculate at all that day?
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Joey has already given you all the information it is possible to give you about this.

If you want to be sure that you didn't get pregnant, you'll want to either wait for your period to arrive or take a pregnancy test. Pregnancy tests are known to be accurate when taken 14 or more days after the sexual activity that could have resulted in pregnancy.

Here is more information about pregnancy testing:

Peeing on a Stick: All About Pregnancy Tests

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