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Can I be pregnant?

By May 30, 2012 - 5:52pm
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Well, I'm 15 (Yes I know that I'm way to young to be doing this kind of stuff) and I have been with my boyfriend for a year. We've done a lot of things, but we have never had sex. We've come close, but I never let him actually go inside me. Well, a while ago, he finished himself off the night before he came over to my house. He says he washed his hands when he woke up, and he didn't visit until noonish. So that means his hands were touching stuff all day. When he got to my house we started making out and then he fingered me with the same hand he used on himself. Now, I don't know how long sperm can survive out of the body but I'm pretty sure they can't survive 8+ hours. I haven't let him do that since. But I have jacked him off and got pre-cum on my hands, but I always wash them when he leaves and before I use the bathroom. I think I did forget to wash my hands ONE time and I wiped, but I don't think I can get pregnant from that.

In February we almost had sex. We had our pants down and only our underwear on. I was on my period so my pad was in the way...
I can't go to my mom for help, and my dad isn't around, so I'm forced to ask my friends and they all say I'm fine and that I have nothing to worry about. My friends have been having sex and they don't worry as much as I do. I was at his house on Sunday and he didn't even finger me. We just made out. But I felt the need to wash my hands anyway. I'm really scared and I don't want to be pregnant. My boyfriend says I'm okay, too...Please help me.

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I'm really beginning to wonder exactly who is asking some of these questions. They obviously didn't have SexEd when they were in junior high...

June 9, 2012 - 4:06pm

Hello ReanaMorde,

From all that you have shared, you are not pregnant nor could you get pregnant from the activities which you have described.

I must express my concern that you are young to be sexually active and are taking risks by not using birth control. As you progress in your level of sexual activity, you need to protect yourself against pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases.

Please take the time to read the information on the Sexual Health 101 page. You can find the link on the left column of this page.


May 30, 2012 - 6:03pm
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