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Chances of getting pregant if I'm ovulating and no penetration?

By Anonymous April 28, 2013 - 3:06am
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Hello, I'm 20 years old and this guy I'm seeing were fooling around and one thing led to another and we ended up getting naked. I'm a virgin and he didn't penetrate me, mostly because I wouldn't let him.

We ended up dry-humping naked and his penis was on top of my private parts but did not go in. He also did NOT ejaculate. I remember he was dry for the most part, and I THINK there was no precum. However, he had masturbated before we started and he assured me he had washed his hands.

The next day, my cervical mucus was all stretchy and clear. I'm really worried, because it happened on day 17 of my LMP and my cycle usually ranges from 29-35 days. That was my first time and I really felt ahsamed of myself, but mostly worried. He says he's sure I'm not pregnant bu I read stuff that precum might have sperm and I don't know if he urinated after he masturbated. I'm really scared, can someone please help me? Thank you!

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Hi Anonymous,

The simple answer is no....you should be fine as long as sperm didn't enter your vagina. Even with genital/genital contact, you can still be suseptible to STDs and possible pregnancy so you should always use condoms for protection. I hope this helps.


April 28, 2013 - 7:43am
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Anonymous (reply to Anonymous)

Thank you so much, Missie. You really helped put my mind at ease. Last question, though. I just want to make sure that I AM NOT pregnant, so how soon can I get a home pregnancy test? Would 7 days prior the act be enough or do I have to wait until after my period? I can't focus on anything right now until my period comes, though.

April 29, 2013 - 2:10am
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