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ask: Genital Rubbing, possible pregnancy?

By Anonymous
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Hi! I'm a worrywart so I just had to find a way to ask this.
I'm on birth control pills, have been using it more or less correctly (at exactly the same time, within 30 minutes if late) and I'm currently on the 9th pill of my 3rd month.
Yesterday, my boyfriend and I were rubbing our genitals against each other. He rubbed the head of his penis on my clit and practically almost all over my vulva, also over the entrance but there was absolutely no penetration. There was definitely some pre-ejaculate there for I was performing oral sex on him before this. He did not ejaculate during the rubbing. We stopped doing that and I finished him with oral and all his cum ended up on his stomach.

I'm scared of the pre-ejaculate that could contain sperm? I've read many different things about it. The last time he ejaculated was exactly a week ago (he just doesn't masturbate without my presence) and for sure he has peed quite a lot during the entire week.
So: on birth control pills + naked genital rubbing + a week without ejaculation = possibility of pregnancy?

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Hi Anonymous,

Thank you for your question. Since you are on birth control pills, you should be fine. For future reference, you should always use a condom also when experimenting with sex as a double precaution against pregnancy issues. I hope this helps and good luck.


February 3, 2013 - 7:24am
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