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Can dry sex get you pregnant? Please help!

By November 9, 2010 - 12:11pm
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The day October 30 I was with my boyfriend. I'm 25 and he's the same age. We both are Virgins and we were just fooling around. We started kissing and rubbing each other and we ended up having dry sex or dry humping, whatever you want to call it. We were wearing our underwear and he didn't ejaculated and I didn't either. But I am still concerned, because you always hear people say pre-cum contain sperm and sperm can travel through clothing and all that. Anyway, he wasn't wet and I wasn't wet either; none of us were wet or sticky, we didn't feel it at all and we have retraced the steps and we know we weren't wet.

But in the process of dry sex, there were hands involved. I know he touched my vagina (He didn't finger me.) but I am not sure if he had pre-cum on his fingers or not. It didn't felt like it, because when he touched my outer lips and clit, his fingers were so dry and I was dry too that it hurt, so he had to lick his fingers. But either way, I am concerned. My period should be coming November 16th. My question is, there are any chances of getting pregnant by the activity I told you guys about? I was thinking of taking those 5 days before pregnancy test on the 11th. What do you think?

I think it would be good to add the fact I have polycystic ovaries syndrome.

Sorry if the e-mail is too personal. Hope you guys can understand my concern.

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There is no chance of pregnancy from your description. Sperm die once they hit fabric; they do not travel through fabric (although, some moisture or wetness may soak through fabric). You can not get pregnant when wearing clothes; you can also not get pregnant without ejaculation happening.

Your question about "pre-cum". I am not sure if there are any documented cases of a woman becoming pregnant only from pre-cum, but in theory, it may be possible. Just highly, highly unlikely. Pre- cum, or pre-ejaculatory fluid, is just a few drops of fluid on the tip of a man's penis when it is erect. This pre-cum may or may not contain sperm; most experts say it usually does not contain sperm.

For more information, please review these articles: Am I Pregnant after Dry Sex, Making Out with Clothes On? and Outercourse, Dry Humping, Dry Sex and The Misconceptions of Sex

November 9, 2010 - 1:08pm
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