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Sex Ed/pregnancy question?

By February 22, 2015 - 5:00pm
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This sounds silly I know but I'm so paranoid.
On Friday I was at my boyfriends house (I believe I was ovulating), and we started to mess around. One thing led to another and my pants came off, but my underwear stayed on. He kept his pants on but he would pull down his boxer-briefs and unzip/unbutton his pants so I could give him a handjob. He never finished any of the times we would fool around that night, and we messed around a handful of times, It's "too messy" (I agree w/ him on that one). And we were facing eachother at one point his penis was against my stomach and I felt some precm on my stomach so I grabbed his blanket and wiped it off each time I felt it come onto me.

First thing I'm worried about is: what if he got precm on his fingers and when he was touching me it got inside my vagina (I had on underwear but I don't know if he slid into my underwear or not, I don't think he did...)
Next thing, if he had pre-ejactulate or even a little bit ejactulate on his pants or wherever, can that get me pregnant if I was rubbing myself against him in that area? There was one point where we were messing around and when I got off top of him, I noiticed his pants were still buttoned but his zipper was partially undone.
I'm just so nervous idk what to do or what to believe
Oh wait one more thing-- there were times that I would touch my underwear to make sure nothing was wet or damp and I'm afraid that pre ejactulate might have gotten into me from that ):

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Hello and thank you for sharing with the community.

You cannot become pregnant from any of these scenarios.  The ONLY way to become pregnant is if the male ejaculates into your vagina during penetration.  There is no other way to become pregnant unless you have surgery.


February 23, 2015 - 12:07am
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