My girlfriend came over yesterday and we are worried about pregnancy. First off, the only time we can think of a risk was that my penis came into contact with her vagina when we showered together and when we were dry humping but she had underwear on. We never performed intercourse but just oral sex and my semen was ejaculated into her mouth and she immediately washed her hands after as well and we stopped all acts after that.
However, last month her period was missed which was abnormal. Also, about 7 hours after all of things we had done yesterday, she received bleeding during her shower which was "brown and light, sort of like a discharge before a period." This abnormal period sort of thing only lasted yesterday when she got it and disappeared today. Her period usually happens during the last week of the month to the first several days of the next month which makes us worried that implantation bleeding has occurred because it sounds like it. All of this bleeding she is getting and a missed period has been a first for her so she does not know what to think. The worst case scenario I can come up with is either my pre-ejaculation fluid reached her vagina somehow. We are not sure what to think, any ideas would be great. Thank you.
[ 06-20-2014, 10:05 PM: Message edited by: redux ]
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