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Could I get pregnant from naked genital rubbing but no ejaculation?

By Anonymous August 9, 2018 - 5:25pm
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Hello! It was only for about a minute or two and he never entered me. I was wet, and I know that precum can contain sperm and my boyfriend said he didn’t precum, which I’m not sure if he could know that. But he had been traveling that day and therefore didn’t ejaculate prior that day, and probably peed too that day. As for my period, it ended around 2 days prior, and according to an app I have, I am fertile today, 3 days after. I know sperm can live inside the body but I’m not sure if that is even an issue. As I said before, he didn’t ejaculate at all and it was for a very short period of time. There was foreplay prior to this and oral, but he didn’t ejaculate then either. Anyway, I am nervous because we weren’t wearing clothes or protection. I am nervous and I won’t get my period until the end of the month. Is pregnancy likely in my case? I’m pretty irregular period wise usually, but for the last two months I’ve gotten it consistently. I know this stress will delay me if I don’t calm down. My period won’t come until the end of the month so I have a long way to wait. I read so many mixed responses, so what’s my risk? I also have diagnosed ocd/ anxiety so I can’t seem to get this off my mind.Thank you soso much!! Would also like to add that I don’t think it was the head that actually touched the opening of my vagina, it was the shaft I think but it could have been the head for a second. But again, it didn’t go in the vagina. I was more sitting on the shaft, if that makes sense? Again thank you for any answers! I’d also like to know if I would actually would have been fertile/ ovulating, on top of how likely pregnancy is. Thank you!!!

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Hello Anon

Thank you for writing.

Anytime you research online, you'll get a variety of answers.

The facts are that you didn't engage in sex and there was no ejaculation. But men can't tell if they have pre-ejaculate or not, unless they actually check. Pre-ejaculate itself does not contain any sperm. Sperm may be inside the urethra if a man ejaculated recently and did not urinate since. If he urinated since he last ejaculated, there is no sperm at all. Pregnancy is very uncommon from pre-ejaculate and the urethra would have to contain sperm at the same time. A woman would also have to be ovulating and engage in unprotected intercourse with ejaculation.

There is really no risk in your case. My advice is to let this go and not to research anymore; you will get so many varied (and fake stories) that it's not worth it.

If you do have OCD/anxiety, you need to stop having unprotected sexual activity.


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