hi... here goes my question... me and my girlfriend were fooling around... she was totally undressed and i had my underwear on... we were rubbing our private parts together.... me still with my underwear on... i did not ejaculate.. she came twice... we stopped long before i actually ejaculated... now.. the problem is pre-cum... i know that i can't always feel the pre-cum coming out.... and also it may contain a little bit of sperm.. we both are virgins.... we never had penis-in-vagina sex... now the question is... if there was any pre-cum when we were rubbing against each other, will she get pregnant...? i also had urinated 10 mins before we did anything... also, she was supposed to have her period two days back... but stil hasn't... i also know that her period is very irregular.. it skipped a whole month last time... i love her so much... but we are not in a place where we can have a kid... and we never actually meant to have sex... so, the possiblity of her getting pregnant has psyched me.. i am so stressed that i can't concentrate on anything else... so, anyone who has the knowledge, please help me soothe my fear... thanks a lot in advance...
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It really doesn't sound like she has a risk for pregnancy from that situation. However, if you both want peace of mind, she can certainly take a pregnancy test now. A negative result may help you both to relax.
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I honestly don't think you have a pregnancy risk here. A) your underwear would have to be completely dripping with ejaculate or pre-ejaculate for there to be a risk, and B) urinating beforehand is a relatively good sign, as urination tends to clear the urethra of anything leftover.
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