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dpzxanime
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about a week ago me and my bf was foolin around. we had all of our clothes on and we were dry humping each other. i didnt notcie any fluids that leaked through either of our pants. never the less i am about 4 days late with my period. i don't always have very much consistancy, but still me and my boyfriend are starting to worry. can i still have gotten pregnant??
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logic_grrl
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If you both had all your clothes on (underwear and clothes), it's very unlikely that any sperm could have made it all the way through his clothes and all the way through your clothes (especially if neither of you noticed any leakage).

However, since your period's late, you can take a pregnancy test right now if you're worried. Hopefully that will put your mind at rest .

[This message has been edited by logic_grrl (edited 07-01-2003).]


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