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Did I get her pregnant? And am I sick?

By Anonymous February 4, 2011 - 3:00pm
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So my gf and I were getting hot we were rubbing on each other her **** on my ***** without intercourse & I ejaculated on my self away from her vagina and we wiped and washed directly after we were done. And she also finished her period like 4-5 days ago. Will she likely get pregnant? She's still a virgin though. And after answering that Q. If she got her period again normally this month means everything is fine yeah?

3 days later I found like 5 pink dots on my penis head. Does that mean I have STD or is it possible to be a mosquito bite

A concrete answer is appreciated

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Dear Anon,

The chances of you getting your girlfriend pregnant through rubbing and no actual intercourse are slim to none. Sperm needs to travel in order for pregnancy to occur and without penetration or ejaculation anywhere near the entrance of the vagina, it would not be possible to get her pregnant. If she got her period this month then she is not pregnant. However, if you are going to continue to do this then using a condom would be the best way to prevent pregnancy/STD's.

5 pink dots can be from the rubbing if you saw/felt them right away. If the dots appeared several days/weeks after the rubbing then you may want to visit your doctor for an exam. I cannot tell since "dots" can be many things.

February 5, 2011 - 7:43am
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Anonymous (reply to Rosa Cabrera RN)

Thank you so much you really brought some peace to our minds!

Thank you thank you

And i'll sure use protection next time!

February 5, 2011 - 8:11am
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