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Can I get pregnant like this?

By Anonymous August 3, 2015 - 4:31am
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I'm extreme worried about being pregnant and I've literally tried everything to stop worrying but I can't. I'll explain my situations.

So me and my Bf were both in underwear. He pressed his penis against my vagina and I am worried that any precm could have got through. He pressed his penis just above where the vagina slit starts. I checked for any precm patches on my pants, but couldn't find any.

My second situation that has got me worrying is that my Bf fingered me, but before he did he 'adjusted' his self where he puts his hand down his pants and just sorts himself out or whatever. I am worried that while doing this he got some precm on his hands, however when he fingered me his hands were dry. Can dry precm get you pregnant? But I'm not certain if he did have any on his hands. He said he didn't, and didn't even come in contact with his precm but I'm still worried.

I know I sound incredibly stupid but I have anxiety which makes me think irrational about everything. Help would be much appreciated and if anyone has any good websites where you can get professional doctors/physician advice for free, please let me know. I just want my mind put at rest

Xtra Info
*the first situation happened the day after my period.
I have really long cycles as I am still young and they normally last about 40 days.
*i have back ache and had belly ache a couples days ago And I've been feeling bloated and getting hungry really easily
I would appreciate a factual answer which will hopefully put my mind at rest.

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Hello Anonymous,

Welcome to EmpowHER and thank you for seeking our help with your concerns.

With the first situation, there was no risk for pregnancy because you were both wearing underwear and it happened the day after your period ended.

You become pregnant when you are ovulating (one of your ovaries has released an egg) and you have unprotected vaginal intercourse, where he inserts his penis into your vagina and ejaculates.

No risk for pregnancy with the second situation because he did not have any semen on his fingers. Pre ejaculate fluid does not always contain sperm. It is the clear, colorless, viscous fluid that is emitted from the urethra of the penis during sexual arousal.

It may contain sperm if the male has had a very recent ejaculation and has not passed urine. Following an ejaculation, some sperm can remain in the urethra. But, when he urinates, that sperm is flushed out with his urine.

If you want to successfully cope and manage your anxiety levels, you need to seek the help of a counselor, therapist or psychologist trained in this area. You need face to face contact. Using the internet won't be effective. Yes, it will cost. Consider any free or low cost health services or clinics in your area.


August 3, 2015 - 8:45am
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