I know I've already posted a pregnancy scare but this is a different situation...
So my girlfriend were messing around (day after her period ended, if that matters with the ovulation window or whatever, I don't really know how that works) she got naked and have her oral, after that she put her clothes back on and gave me oral. When she was finishing me off I came some on my chest and she leaned over my body and licked it off (I know TMI). When she was done she washed her hands and when she came back in the room I notice a tiny wet mark on her pants and asked her to change them because I suspected it to be seminal fluid. So she changed. She gave me oral 2 more times that day, each time she was fully clothed and we cleaned well and washed hands frequently.
14 days later (today) she tells me she's been having really bad cramps and bleeding a little. So she decided to get a pregnancy test and claims that it was positive but she had to get rid of it really fast because her mom came into the bathroom. So she can't send me a picture of the test.
After reading almost all the articles on this website, I cannot find a way she could have became pregnant from what we did. There was no direct genital to genital contact and there was no seminal fluid deposited anywhere near her vagina. I'm so confused with this whole situation and have no idea how she could possibly be pregnant.
Please respond quickly. I'm really struggling with this. Thanks!
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I suggest your girlfriend take another test, being very sure to follow the directions (and take it somewhere where she won't be interrupted). Because, as you said, nothing you described here poses a risk of pregnancy.
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