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Ok so last wednesday my boyfriend and I were hanging out and I had my period so I had a tampon in. We were fooling around and he ejaculated on my back. He said nothing got close to down there but I'm not sure. If anything made its way down there is there a pregnancy chance. The reason I ask is because I don't remember if I had my thong on and I was feeling a little sick this morning. Please help!

Thanks so much!

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Robin Lee
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You're saying, I think, that you feeling sick has you thinking you might be pregnant. Pregnancy symptoms don't show up that early.

Plus, hwat you describe really doesn't pose a pregnancy risk. Unless your boyfriend ejaculated directly on your vulva there really isn't a pregnancy risk.


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