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King
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ok me and my girlfriend were fooling around and she was naked and so was i and i started to massage her clitorus with the head of my penis( AFTER I WIPED THE PRE- EJACULATION OFF) but i DIDNT penatrate her, so now we are worried that she could get pregnant from that, so cant she??? ???? and she wants to know where she can get EC pills!!! pleases help us!!!thnx

PS. her period is in 5 days on the 28th feb. and she thinks that will stop her from being pregnant...will it???
pps. sry this is the one to read not the last one i did sry

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There are lots of towns named Hamilton so we don't know where you are. Prescriprions for Emergency Contraception can be obtained from her physician, clinic, or ER. They are most effective if taken within 72 hours of the pregnancy risk but they can be effective up to 120 hours after the risk. If she is already past 120 hours, emergency contraception won't work. You will just have to see if her period shows up or she can take a pregnancy test 10-14 days after the risk.

Next time, do both of you a favour and wear a condom for all sexual activity.

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King
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well im in Hamilton , Ontario, Canada...
and she had her period today but can there be any risks still of anything? ( other then STDs?)
we are kid of new at this and we dont know much about what we are doingand we are worried.
and she also want to know if a girl can get pregnant 4 days before her period???

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Bobolink
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Depends on when you had sex together. If you had sex a day or two before her period there is a risk. There is a risk if you have sex during her period. That she has started her period means that the risk is lower but not eliminated as you don't know how soon before or how soon after her period that she ovulates. Best thing is still to take that pregnancy test.

And if you are both new to this, you should read this article together:

Where DID I Come From?

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- Galileo


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