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Am I pregnant?

By Anonymous February 14, 2017 - 12:34am
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3 days ago I went to see my boyfriend. We didn't have sex but I was stroking him for a while. He then precame and I kept stroking him for like another 5 minutes. Then I started fingering myself and then eventually him and I were rubbing our genitals together for a couple of minutes. Then he sat down on a chai and I tried to sit on his penis but only half of his tip went in and I told him we'll stop. He didn't come at all during the whole time we did all this, he only precame when I mentioned it. After all this happend I didn't know what preum was and he told me about it. I went to search it up and I have been paranoid ever since. I have read that it is possible for sperm to be in pre ejaculate but he swore the last time he masturbated was 2 days before that and he would have definitely peed between then and our sexual encounter. I didn't see a problem at the time and I didn't think we'd need protection because I had no idea what precm was and that its possible to become pregnant from it. Ever since 3 days ago I haven't been eating and sleeping properly and I feel like as I read more pregnancy symptoms online, I feel like I'm getting them. I'm sure that I am stressed and the last sentence is more of a psychological thing as I am not looking to be pregnant at the moment. I apologise for this being so long but I tried to add as much detail as possible - thank you

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Hello Anonymous,

Welcome to EmpowHER. I am glad you reached out to our community with your concern, and that you did add details.

You can relax. You were not at risk for becoming pregnant. You were not at risk from his pre ejaculate fluid, because he masturbated two days before.

Stress and anxiety can play tricks on you. Since you are sexually active, please consider choosing and using some type of birth control regularly. This will avoid a repeat situation.


February 14, 2017 - 7:51am
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