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A week and a half ago my girlfriend and I were dry humping, I was wearing boxer shorts and jeans (thick ones!), and she had no clothes on.

After a few minutes we realised that there was a small (quarter sized) wet patch on the crotch of my jeans, and we immediately stopped. I had not ejaculated for a few days prior to this either.

She is currently 2 days late for her period, although she has tender breasts, lower back pain and has mood swings, all signs of her having her period. She is usually regular, but has been late before but by only a day.

Do we have anything to worry about?


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You really don't. Really.

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