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could i be pregnant?

By July 26, 2011 - 6:47am
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Hey, so me and my boyfriend had dry sex he was wearing pants and boxers i was using just panties so he got there and he soaked his pants a lot i got kinda freaked out cuz that got into my leg and i'm worried it might on my panties too.after that my period came the same date it was supossed to could i be pregnant???

and i'm worried cuz this month it got delay probably like a week now,i've been having a lot of fluids and mucus i don't why i'm really worried please help me.

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As Rosa said, you have no chance of pregnancy. That answer remains the same after you have your period as well.

July 31, 2011 - 6:21am

Thank you so much i feel better!!
I have one last question if my period came 2 days after i did that with my boyfriend theres no way i could be pregnant right?? i mean the blood sweep every egg or baby. plus i've heard that some women bleed when they get pregnant but is that a lot of blood or just not like a period?

July 26, 2011 - 2:02pm

Hi Perry,

Thanks for your question. To answer your question, NO you are not pregnant. There must be penis to vagina intercourse or at the very least semen introduced inside of the vagina in order for pregnancy to occur. This isolated incident would not have anything to do with your period being late this month if you got your normal period last month. Illness, weight loss or gain, stress, and medications can all play a role in your period being late but, again, it is not due to pregnancy if there was no semen in your vagina AND you also got your period last month-- so, try not to worry--you're safe.

Best wishes,


July 26, 2011 - 7:23am
(reply to Rosa Cabrera RN)

Thank you! i feel more relief,now why do you think i'm having too much mucus and humidity? i was also really worried that i could be pregnant cause my boyfriend kinda soaked my undies too of his eyaculation.

July 26, 2011 - 7:49am
(reply to perry)

Vaginal discharge varies throughout the month and is completely normal. Some women will have more discharge during ovulation, when they're sexually aroused, etc. Unless it is foul smelling, accompanied with pain, or has an odd color (greenish, for example) then you have nothing to worry about.

July 26, 2011 - 7:54am
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