can dry humping cause pregnancy?

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can dry humping cause pregnancy?

Unread post by chelsearhodesx »

me and my boyfriend dry humped, we was both fully clothed the whole time and no clothes came off, there was 4 layers between us, (his underwear and tracksuit, and my underwear and leggings) he did not ejaculate, but had quite a lot of pre-ejaculation in his underwear.

is it possible that this could’ve soaked through my clothes and into my vagina? i’ve been reading online as i’m so stressed, some sources say it’s possible and some say it’s impossible so i’m confused and worried.

i’ve been having stomach pain such as feeling tightness across my whole stomach, and abdominal cramps. my skin has also broke out with a few spots. i’m not sure if this pain is from me worrying, if it’s pregnancy symptoms or if it’s my period (i’m due on my period any day this week). i’ve also noticed i have a lot more discharge, it feels like my period has started but it hasn’t, it’s just discharge. i’ve also read that stress can delay a period but it’s so hard for me not to stress as i’m so paranoid. please help me!
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Re: can dry humping cause pregnancy?

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