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Can i get pregnant from this?

By Anonymous December 30, 2016 - 9:28am
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Okay, so few days ago, I was at my boyfriend's house and we got carried away, kinda. We were making out and then he got on top of me. He stripped naked, but I had on leggings and underwear. He didn't put it in me but after my back were, like, soaked but somehow his semen flowed to my vagina. So yea, after everything i went to clean up (i've forgotten the way i wiped) i think i wiped it of twice with the same tissue and which i somehow went a little deeper for the second time i wiped(just A LITTLE). But i washed off with water after that. And my period for the month was late again which i was suppose to start 4 days before this happened (my period is always late). So I jus wanna take this precaution rather than be sorry later. How high/low is my percentage I am pregnant?

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Hello Anonymous,

Welcome to EmpowHER. Thank you for coming to us for help.

You start out by saying that you were wearing underwear and leggings. Did you at some point remove them? Were you still wearing them when he ejaculated?

If you kept your bottoms on, there was no way the semen could have entered your vagina, and no risk of becoming pregnant.

Why do you say that his semen flowed to your vagina? Did you remove your pants? If semen actually did enter your vagina, and this happened five days before ovulation or on the day you ovulated, there was a risk for becoming pregnant.

If you do not get a period at all this month, take a home pregnancy test. For the most accurate result, test in the morning. Use the urine when you first wake up and use the bathroom.

Please consider scheduling an appointment with a gynecologist. Oral contraceptives can help regulate your menstrual cycle and protect you from becoming pregnant.


December 30, 2016 - 9:36am
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