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pregnancy risk while on period?

By October 7, 2012 - 5:27am
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Hello, i'm just finishing my period, it's very light. But yesterday i was with a guy, i had my clothes on the whole time. But he did cum and i had it on my hands & a minute later I went and washed & dried my hands. I was wondering how likely if it somehow fell down inside my pant, could I get pregnant? I didn't feel or see anything. Plus I had a pad on even if it went down inside my underwear. But there wouldn't be much of a chance, would there.?

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I was just worried because I had it on one of my hands & scared somehow it fell down in there, cause my pants aren't that tight againt my body. But I had a pad on so I think that would've stopped it if it did. & I know. I get very too paranoid. Thank you.!

October 7, 2012 - 4:46pm

Dear softball77,

If there was no penetration and you were wearing pants, there is no way that you could be pregnant. Can I ask how or why you think the sperm would accidentally fall into your pants? 

You have nothing to worry about but please educate yourself on the process of conception prior to engaging in sexual activities. 

Good Luck,


October 7, 2012 - 4:31pm
(reply to Rosa Cabrera RN)

I was just worried because it was on my one hand, but i washed them within like 2 minutes after. I did no touch down there & neither did he. I got worried because if it fell off into my pants because they aren't that tight againt me & waist. But i had a pad on even so i think that would've stopped it if if did. So you think i have nothing to worry about.?

October 7, 2012 - 5:27pm
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