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could i be pregnant?

By Anonymous May 29, 2011 - 4:25pm
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Me and my boyfriend were together last night and we were kissing and making out and stuff and he touched on top of his pants kind of and I'm worried something couldve been there since it was gym shorts I mean he wasn't like masturbating through clothing he just had his hand on top of his penis and then he felt on the inside of his pants showing me a muscle he pulled like on the inside of the legs and I'm scared he touched something because shortly after, he touched my butt and it was like my actual butt and he accidentally touched close to my vagina but not on it! I'm worried something was on his hands because today I've had weird feelings in my stomach and like where my belly button is! My period is completely regulated and coming in 12 days!!

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No, you could not possibly be pregnant from this type of sexual activity.

A man needs to ejaculate on/near/inside your vagina in order for a pregnancy to occur. He can not touch your vagina and impregnate you. Sperm can also not travel through clothing.

It also takes a woman 10-14 days after unprotected sex (while she is ovulating) in order to even become pregnant..it does not happen instantly! Any symptoms you are feeling now are likely due to stress, or maybe not being emotionally ready for the level of physical intimacy that you encountered last night. Be sure to speak up for yourself and take it slower, so that your emotions and thoughts have time to "catch up" with what is happening physically. Also...please know there is no "accidentally" almost touching your vagina! If he is going farther than you want him to, you can ask him to stop, you can make a joke about it ("hey! whoa there boy!"), but be sure to feel good about everything you are doing...there is no rush!

May 29, 2011 - 7:57pm
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