Pain after dry humping

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Hunter
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Pain after dry humping

Unread post by Hunter »

Hello I have a question about this? I am new to this with my boyfriend, only a few days ago we had done dry humping but we were wearing clothes.We were both wearing jeans and then after we did that my stomach has been hurting a little and I don’t understand why. I have noticed that when I use the bathroom I see little spots of brown and sometimes red am I pregnant?
From reading somethings I’m getting scared and worried. Please I need to know thank you.
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Re: Pain after dry humping

Unread post by Urna »

Hello Hunter, and welcome to Scarleteen!

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