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By February 25, 2016 - 10:24pm
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Long story short. I've been asked this question lately by a friend, she has been judging herself based on what the internet had said and she is again really stressed out.
Are there any chance of getting pregnant when someone have an anal sex for just like less than a minute even when his thing is a little wet and did not ejaculate? Also if he had touch the top part of the vagina with his thing with little wetness? What are her chances on getting pregnant??

Even though i think that the chances are very low, i want to make sure. The thing that i am not sure also is that she has been having abdominal pain for the past 4 days (note:she hasn't been eating properly) and slight pinches in the abdominal area mostly where girls have cramps when they are on their period.
.......... Please help us again
Thank You Lots

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Hi Ella Sung

Thanks for your question. If these questions are actually about yourself it's ok to say that - or you could have your friend write directly?

There is no risk of pregnancy if there was no ejaculation on or in the vagina. Anal sex does not get anyone pregnant.
We can't guarantee she won't get pregnant as we can't say what this "wetness" was. If it was ejaculate and it was at her vaginal opening then there is some minor risk.

Either way, she is having unsafe sex and needs to stop and use condoms each and every time. If she doesn't get her period when expected she can take a test but her risk is quite low.

Read more here: http://www.empowher.com/community/share/outercourse-dry-humping-dry-sex-and-other-sexual-behaviors


February 26, 2016 - 6:21am
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