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singsong
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I have been looking at all the risk assessment for awhile but I'm still worried and confused.
Last month, in feb. my boyfriend and I were having dry sex. We had all our clothes on, he had his jeans and boxers on and I had my stockings, underwear, and a pad on because it was around the fourth day of my period. He ejaculated and we stopped right away. This was around feb. 8....
About two weeks ago, the last week of feb. I spotted blood for about two days.
My period was suppose to start on 03/05 but hasn't come yet...I'm confused and worried about two things..
Could I be pregnant from the dry sex?
and was the spotting of blood my period or could it be something else?

Thank you....

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-Jill
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There's no way sperm could have made it through all those layers, so no pregnancy risk there. Check out What's the Risk? Dry Sex.

The spotting could have been your period. Occasional cycle wonkiness does happen and isn't necessarily anything to worry about. M.I.A or, Dude, Where's My Period? might be helpful, but I'm not seeing any reason to worry.

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Thank you!
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