I know I've read the little thing that says there is no way for pregnancy...but let me explain my situation. My boyfriend and I were sitting in his car and simply making out. He told me he felt like he had leaked slightly...which he seems to do pretty easily? I don't know that's another conversation...but anyways, so I'm supposing it was precum...but I'm not sure. So he "fixed himself" underneath his pants, so he could have touched himself. After he did this (prob a couple minutes later) he was rubbing the upper inside of my thigh which was slightly damp(I had my jeans on and all). Now, I was supposed to get my period tomorrow, but last night and today I've had this pinkish-discharge when I wipe along with cramps that vary. Like last night I had cramps so bad that I had to take medicine, but now there just like eh not too bad. I've had my period for prob. 7 years now, but after I got off the pill in July (was used for acne) my period's haven't always been the same or constant. So I know you'll prob say there's no point in this post at all, but with this discharge being so wacked I just wasn't positive. Is there any point to take a test? Thanks so much!
P.S. My boyfriend and I are both virgins and staying that way until we get married.
Posts: 2 | From: indiana | Registered: Jun 2007
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There's no real need for a conversation about your boyfriend having pre-ejaculate- it's totally normal, so it's not really something you do "easily", it just happens and men can't control it.
From your description, there's no pregnancy risk at all- he didn't even touch your genitals, and direct genital contact with sperm is pretty much required for a risk to be present. I don't think you need to bother with a test, but if you do want to take one anyway, the results will be accurate 10-14 days after the risk, or the first day your period is late (if that happens).
It sounds to me like the pink spotting is likely just the beginning of your period- one day early is nothing to worry about.
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