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3 days ago, i had dry sex wid my boyfriend.. although we didn't realy hav sex, i was sure he ejaculated on me, somewhere near my vagina.. so i wuz really worried about whether i could get pregnant or not, but today, i got my period..! Does this mean that there is 0 % chance that i'm pregnant? if i got my period on time, does it most definitely mean that i'm not pregant?
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It means it is highly unlikely.

Should your period next month, however, be late or irregular, then simply take a test.

And do your self a favor: keep condoms and latex gloves around. And have your boyfriend ejaculate away from your genitals or mouth -- that then makes sure you will have neither a pregnancy nor an STI risk. he can wear a condom during dry sex if the two of you are not wearing substantial clothing.

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