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Dry sex

By May 8, 2010 - 9:32am
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I just finished my period and i had dry sex with my boyfriend. He ejaculated and wet his shorts and my shorts. Is there any possibility for sperm to travel through clothes? And is there any risk of pregnancy in my situation?

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Hi Aby

We get a lot of questions like yours, so maybe previous discussions will help you: http://www.empowher.com/condition/reproductive-system

To become pregnant, sperm have to travel up your vagina and meet with an egg. This would be difficult to do through clothing if the clothing absorbed all the fluids.

The fact that you are having this little scare, though, means you have a bigger issue. You need to become educated on your body and reproductive system, and if you do not want to become pregnant, you need to take control of your sex life and plan ahead, which may mean using some form of birth control.

The best way you can take care of yourself is to know how your body works and decide what kind of sex life you want to have, and then plan for that. If you live in the U.S., you can go to a local Planned Parenthood clinic to be educated on how your reproductive system works, get a checkup to be sure you are healthy, and learn about protecting yourself from STDs and pregnancy. It is so important to take control of your life and decide what you want rather than worrying later about whether you risked pregnancy or disease.

Planned Parenthood can help you at low or no cost, so that you are in control and educated. If you go to: http://www.plannedparenthood.org/ you can find a local clinic to get the education and assistance you need.

Good luck.

May 8, 2010 - 10:05am
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