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Outercourse: three layers of thin clothing

By Anonymous April 18, 2015 - 4:11am
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I had an outercourse during my ovulation period. I was wearing an underwear and a thin shorts while my boyfriend was only wearing his super thin boxers. I was wet. very wet. I found a spot on my shorts I don't know if its my vaginal fluid or my boyfriend's semen because he came and I saw damp portion of his boxers. he was rubbing his finger outside my underwear that made me wet more. I'm now worried if sperm can pass through 3 thin layers of clothing and my underwear was saturated. Could it possibly get me pregnant? I am now late 7 days for my regular period. I started jogging and training swimming last week I don't know if it affects my menstrual cycle as I also started exercising. I'm not really prepared to be pregnant. Please help. I am now very paranoid. I hope you can respond as soon as possible. Thanks.

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Thank you very much for your response. It somehow helped me to be at ease. I become so paranoid because I started having early pregnancy symptoms which some are also similar signs when having PMS like tender breasts, abdominal and pelvic pain and also gas pains and backache. Do you think I'm pregnant due to this? I have also experience groin pain for the last few days. It was a bit more painful and sharpened. It was unusual. Hopefully, you can reply as soon as possible. I'm really worried. Thank you very much.

April 18, 2015 - 8:38pm
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You didn't have intercourse, so there is no possibility of pregnancy.


April 18, 2015 - 8:49pm


You cannot become pregnant from any of these events. Sperm cannot travel to the uterus from outside the vagina.  It is simply not how the science works.

The ONLY way to become pregnant is if you male ejaculates into your vagina during penetration without any protection.  The "wetness" you felt was a natural lubricant the body makes when aroused.

Periods tend to be unpredictable, and irregular (especially during adolescents) due to hormonal changes and sometimes stress.  Or in your case exercise can greatly effect your cycle as well.  This is no cause for alarm.

I strongly encourage you to learn about intercourse, birth control and pregnancy by using the tabs above before engaging further in sexual activities.


April 18, 2015 - 1:01pm
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