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Chance of pregnancy without penetration or ejaculation?

By Anonymous January 23, 2017 - 6:31pm
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Okay, honestly I feel so stupid for asking this but I'm starting to freak myself out for (what I think/hope is) no reason. A friend of mine and I were messing around a little bit last week and one thing led to another and we ended up rubbing genitals. He never penetrated me and the head of his penis was never really close to my vagina. We only did this for the a few minutes and then we stopped. He never ejaculated and probably wasn't very close seeing as we only did that for about 5 minutes. He fingered me afterwards but he didn't touch himself before that. I'm not on birth control or anything and I know that what we did is stupid. I also know for sure it won't happen again. I just need to know if there's a chance that I could be pregnant by some pre-cm that was potentially on the outside of my vagina. Also, he peed about an hour before we started messing around. All this happened on January 14th.

My last period was on December 11-15th, and I haven't had one since. My period isn't very regular because I am a college athlete and I run a lot, so I'm used to skipping or being off my regular cycle a few weeks or a month.

I have a feeling I'm just freaking out but I would just feel a lot better if someone else gave me an opinion!

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I got similar issue. My bf and I did genital to genitals rub, no ejaculation, no penetration. Maybe just some pre-cum, I'm not really sure. And my last period is on 11th January, so yesterday was almost my ovulation day. Should I take Plan B?

January 24, 2017 - 6:58am

Hello Anonymous,

Welcome to EmpowHER. I think I can put your mind at ease. Though this was risky, without penetration and ejaculation, and the fact he urinated on hour before, there was no risk for becoming pregnant. There was no semen released and no stowaway sperm in pre ejauculate fluid.


January 23, 2017 - 6:53pm
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