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Could it lead to pregnancy?

By August 7, 2015 - 6:26pm
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So the other day I was with my girlfriend, we started by making out. We said to try orals for the first time, but before, I went to pee because I had to. After that well, I got a BJ. During the BJ, she rubbed naked on my genitals for like 20 seconds before continuing the BJ. I did not ejaculate before, nor after, since I told her to stop.

We rushed to the clinic to ask if we needed Plan B pill. After a small talk about what happened, they said that we didn't need to worry because it's nearly impossible to get pregnant.
We both are really worried if it could happen, could it lead to pregnancy?

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Hello thunder_drew,
You were given correct information.
It is impossible to get pregnant from this event. It is simply not how the science works.
The ejaculation process is so important because the sperm needs to be sent the right direction so to speak. If, for example, sperm got on the outside of her vagina, it would not survive much less be able to travel through the vagina, past the cervix and make her pregnant. Sperm does not have a compass to the uterus, and does not automatically swim there no matter what the conditions.
She should not take an emergency contraception because it is #1 not necessary and #2 it will only disrupt her cycle and give her side effects that mimic pregnancy symptoms. This side will cause you to worry more.
So, no further actions need to be taken. You can relax.
She cannot become pregnant from this event.

August 8, 2015 - 10:15am
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