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am i pregnant? low left abdominal pain..

By February 23, 2012 - 8:12am
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hi,my boyfriend had his handjob done then put it to my breast while im naked then i washed it right away but then im naked so automatically it will go down below my lower body..and i think it is my ovulation period when we did that because my menstrual cycle started feb. 13..am i going to get pregnant or will the sperm easily die because it was washed?? few hours we tried to have a sex with condom unfortunately we did not used it properly so we did not continue it.and the next day i felt a pain in my lower left abdomen..your opinions and comments are highly appreciated.thanks.

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Hi you_and_me,

I'm sorry, I'm a little confused. Did you do this prior to your Feb 13th period or after? 

Honestly, if there was no intercourse and he ejaculated onto your breasts then there is no real chance of pregnancy. When you wash it off, even though naturally it comes down, this does not mean that it is going inside of your vagina and getting you pregnant-- the chances of this happening are slim to none. Sperm weakens once outside of the body and is eliminated from the skin with mild soap and water. It will not get you pregnant through any other route other than penis to vagina penetration. The lower left abdominal pain could be trapped gas from when you tried to have sex with a condom-- if the condom tore, then that would be where you might have a possibility of conceiving-- that's why I asked if you got your period before or after the incidents.

I hope this answers your question,


February 23, 2012 - 8:35am
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