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can i get pregnant with my clothes on?

By May 17, 2014 - 10:12pm
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hello, 2 weaks ago we were dry humping with our clothes on ( i had a 2 layerd cotton underwear and shorts, he had condom,boxer and jeans) he was on top of me but my legs were kinda closed and his genitals did not come in direct contact with my vagina but more close to my puvic area. we did this for a couple of minutes then i changed all of my clothes.
i also took plan B after 12 hours. now im feeling some pain in my breast, i read that the plan b could cause such breast pains), please give me some advice ive been getting so many different opinions on the internet, could i possibly be pregnant from that if i am a virgin too.?

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Hi Laila,

Thank you for your question and welcome to Empowher. You are not pregnant. It is impossible to get pregnant with your clothes on so don't be concerned about that. However, yes...breast pain and possible missed periods are in your future due to using Plan B. In most cases when I have talked to woman that used Plan B, your period can be irregular for at least the next two cycles or two months. Many complain of too much bleeding while others have no bleeding. This is pretty common and your body should readjust in month three. 

So don't be concerned that that your pregnant, as that is no the case. It is simply the Plan B that is probably causing the discomfort. Good luck.


May 18, 2014 - 6:02am
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thank you. so i just wanna make sure a little amount of sperm wont be able to pass all those clothes layers right? even thought i was wet? i dont know if he was too but i suppose not because of the condom.but i can never know people say that if he was wet too then sperm might soak through clothes.

May 18, 2014 - 7:32am
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