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By November 7, 2011 - 11:47pm
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I have never had sex before. I and my boyfriend were playing once, and his penis touched my clit. It lasted for like five minutes and he then pulled away to masturbate and ejaculate. After searching the net, I found out that the liquid was the seminal fluid, because it was clear and sticky. He told me it does not contain sperm, but after some investigations, it does contain sperm. My period is highly irregular and always changes when I switch environments. I was expecting my period on the 25Th, but have not gotten it yet. Had a home pregnancy test and it was negative. I am really worried sick. I even have a Canker sore in my mouth right now. Please advise me on what to do.

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Hi Funbe,

If you have a canker sore as a result of this situation then you are highly stressed out. Stress will play a major role in the delay of your period and although preseminal fluid can contain sperm, this isn't always the case. If you have tested for pregnancy at least 2 weeks after the incident then you are not pregnant. Please try to relax and your period will eventually come. 

For future reference I think it goes without saying that if you are going to allow your boyfriend to put his penis anywhere near your vagina, he needs to be wearing a condom and/or you should consider other options such as birth control pills.



November 8, 2011 - 5:24am
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