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Genital rubbing, no ejaculation and no penetration. Pregnant?

By Anonymous April 10, 2013 - 6:21pm
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Beign a virgin, I am very worried about my situation. My boyfriend and I did not engage in intercourse, however genital to genital contact was made for a while. He did not ejaculate, but it is the precum being rubbed I am worried about. I thought nothing of this until afterwards, of course, and now I'm basically freaking out. This happened on February 16th, 2013. I was due for my period on February 20th. I am not on birth control. I worried myself so much that I even purchased the Plan B One Step pill the next day and it was taken within 25 hours. I got my period on February 22nd and it was the heaviest period I have ever had, hands down. In March, I received my period on March 18th. Today is April 10th, and I have literally taken 8 pregnancy tests that have all came back negative. I have looked and looked on the internet and seen so many stories where this woman had her period all throughout her pregnancy, and some didn't get positive pregnancy tests until they were 4 months along. I have seen research that says pre-cum does not have sperm, but it does if there was a previous ejaculation that was not cleaned out of the urethra. I have seen research that says pre-cum has it no matter what. I am so sick of worrying about this and really just want a truthful answer. I assure you that I have learned from this mistake, and plan on saving intercourse for marriage. All responses are appreciated. Thank you so much!

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Hi Anon,

Welcome to EmpowHER.  If you didn't have intercourse, it's unlikely you will be pregnant.  If you took an emergency pill, most women will experience changes on your next period. Such as an earlier or later, heavier or lighter period.  Is definitely important to use some kind of protection, if you want to avoid an unwanted pregnancy. 



April 11, 2013 - 4:01am
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