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Rubbing Genitalia, Could I Get Pregnant?

By Anonymous October 8, 2011 - 8:23am
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Two weeks ago my boyfriend and I were messing around. He had a condom on, and things got more aggressive and at then he stopped and told me that the condom had slipped off his penis, and that his genitalia had rubbed against mine. He promptly replaced the condom with a new one. We used spermicidal condoms, and he did not cum. There was wetness down there, and I am pretty sure this was exclusively from me. The first day of my period was Thursday, and nothing happened, so I took a pregnancy test yesterday and it was negative. I still haven't started my period and I am scared. I am buying another test today. Help!

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Thank you so much!
I took another test today, and it was negative once again, so I will wait another week before I take another, it's just so spooky, you know? I hope that my period starts soon, I am definitely stressing out over this, although the second negative test was REASSURING, especially because I bought one of the early detection kind, and a brand name, not just a generic one, like I did last time. Thank you so much!

October 8, 2011 - 11:01am
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Hi Anonymous,
From your explanation, it would be highly unlikely that you are pregnant from your experience. Your period may be late, due to the stress of being "afraid of being pregnant". Since you are only one day late, wait at least until you are 7-10 days late for your period to take a pregnancy test again. My guess is that your period will start during this time.

Good luck and keep us posted.

October 8, 2011 - 10:21am
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