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ask: Could I be pregnant if his penis touched my vaginal area for like a second?

By babydoll_714
 
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Me and my boyfriend were fooling atound and he didn't rub his penis on my vagina or anything, but it was around there for a short period of time(I think). For a couple seconds at the most. Because we were going to have anal sex, but he mistakingly put his penis around my vaginal area for a couple seconds then he immediately removed it because I was scared. Are there any chances of me being pregnant? My boyfriend claims his penis was not around my vaginal area but im not so sure. Im scared. Please help me asap

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babydoll_714

Another thing that brought be concern was that , that same day we were laying down and he was grinding on me with clothes on of course (both of us), and i noticed he had a little wet spot on his shorts from pre-come. I changed right away underwear and jeans , But there was a wet spot on my jeans as well but this could've been from me. Can THIS lead to pregnancy ?

March 4, 2012 - 4:30pm
babydoll_714

Another thing missie,
It wasn't exactly sperm, it was pre-come.
Does this reduce my chances of being pregnant at
all ?
Thank you, Baby Doll

March 4, 2012 - 4:16pm
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Anonymous

Hi again babydoll,

I think that you should be fine by your explanation. If you think there was a chance that sperm entered your vagina, then try the contraceptive.

Good luck, Missie

March 4, 2012 - 4:06pm
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Anonymous

Hi babydoll,

Thank you for your question. If sperm has the ability to enter your vagina, you can get pregnant. If his penis was in the area for a second, I would say that you can safely say that you are not pregnant. Unfortunately, the only thing you can do is wait and see if you miss a period and take a pregnancy test to determine the results.

Keep us posted and good luck,

Missie

March 4, 2012 - 12:50pm
babydoll_714 (reply to Anonymous)

Thank you for your comment (: . Should I take an emergency contraceptive such as plan b, or next choice ? Just to reduce the chances of pregnancy or should I wait until I get my period. Because I also have irregular periods, so doesn't that reduce the chances of conceiving?

March 4, 2012 - 3:38pm
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