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By January 12, 2016 - 8:17pm
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Hi.. So I've been on multiple websites over the past month about the issue of dry humping and genital rubbing with at least 1 layer of clothing or more and I know that sperm cannot travel through any fabric. But, my situation scares me. On New Year's Eve, me and my boyfriend dry humped quite a lot with just our underwear. I was extremely wet and I was ovulating. Then, a week later.. We were kissing and he pulled my underwear DOWN .. So he was the only one wearing underwear, and basically was rubbing his penis up and down my vagina for a period of time. I'm worried that either he ejaculated and it could've slipped through the little hole in boys underwear, or maybe he got caught in the moment and pulled them down. (He says he didn't but I honestly forgot) I'm having all the signs of pregnancy, my breasts feel full, peeing a lot, and also low cramps in my stomach and back. My period is supposed to be here in 2 days.. And I just have a gut wrenching feeling that it won't come. Please help :(

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Thank you . But is genital contact with only the man in underwear a risk? If it wasn't a week after ovulation? T

January 13, 2016 - 8:25am
HERWriter Guide (reply to Alexusharper124)

No risk. Sperm isn't like water - it is not designed to get through fabric to inseminate.


January 13, 2016 - 3:22pm
HERWriter Guide

Hi Alexusharper!
I can't see any chance of pregnancy here. The second incident was a week after ovulation so you couldn't get pregnant anyway. Your symptoms may be due to PMS. You only to wait a couple of days, try to stay calm and I'm sure your period will be along when expected.

January 13, 2016 - 5:42am
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