I was looking for your website to find some information and came across these boards, so hopefully asking for specific information will help me! I think the chances of me being pregnant are slim to none but I would feel better asking you. Anyway, Sunday night my boyfriend and I were together and were fooling around. He first performed manual sex on me and then began to dry hump for a short period of time. I was wearing underwear but he was not fully clothed. He did not ejaculate and he says he did not have any pre-ejaculate; however, I wasn't positive if he would even be able to tell if he did or not. This was my first experience with dry sex and I didn't feel comfortable, so he quickly stopped and then performed manual sex on himself. At that point I was fully clothed and I came into no contact with ejaculate. The reason for my concern is because about thirty minutes after all of this, I went to the restroom and there was a small, slightly reddish brown discharge (possible blood?) on my underwear. It was very small and nothing more came of it. However, it raised some concern in my mind. Also, on another website I looked at it discussed fertility in a woman's cycle and mentioning her 17th day as being her supposed "most fertile" day. I counted up from my cycle and it just happened to be my 17th day on that Sunday. My periods are very regular and I had all the factors of that day. So, my long drawn out questions are 1) Could my boyfriend have pre-ejaculated on my underwear without realizing it? 2) Is it very likely that, if he pre-ejaculated, that is absorbed through my underwear? 3) Is this situation serious enough for me to pursue EC? I know there is a 72 hour window so hopefully you will be able to answer this question as soon as possible. Thank you for taking the time to read this!
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It does not sound like you have a risk from the contact you described. If the cloth between you was totally saturated, then there would be the potential for a risk, but your description does not sound like that was an issue.
The blood you noticed was more likely related to the manual sex. Vaginal tissue is quite delicate and can be easily torn or scratched by fingernails, cuticles, or calluses. That's why we advise using gloves and lube for manaul sex or at the VERY least making sure your partner's hands are well groomed and washed right before you are active.
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