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Can dry humping lead to pregnancy?

By Anonymous June 14, 2012 - 6:32am
 
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my boyfriend and i are started making out and got carried away by rubbing our bodies against each other (and private parts) whilst doing this. we were both fully covered. he had on jeans and boxers and i had on my underwear and a jeans. i do not think he ejaculated but i'm sure there was precum involved. this incident happened 2 months ago, yet i have got my periods both the months although the first time it was 5days late and than 3 days late.. i have also been suffering from nausea that lasts till the night, abdominal pain n frequent headaches..i have been too scared to take a pregnancy test. do you think there could be chance of me falling pregnant this way.. the nausea and headaches keep getting me worried. please help x

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Hi Anon,

If you don't usually have a regular cycle, that might be the cause of your delay.  You should wait a few days and take a pregnancy test if you are still concerned.

Best,

Daisy

June 14, 2012 - 8:45am
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Anonymous

HI Daisy.. Thanks so much for the feedback. i forgot to mention that i am not entirely regular.. i happen to be a day or more late every month.. but iv never been 5days late, and due to the nausea i ended up stressing quite a bit. do you still think its necessary to do a test? or am i pretty much fine?

June 14, 2012 - 7:52am
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Anonymous
Hi Anon, Welcome to EmpowHER. If you were both wearing clothes, you cannot get pregnant like this. There has to be intercourse or him ejaculate close to the vaginal opening in order for sperm to live and swim up to the cervix. It's important to see a doctor to know the cause of your delay. Here are some resources for you http://www.empowher.com/sexual-health-101 Best, Daisy June 14, 2012 - 7:22am
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