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Likely-hood of pregnancy?

By June 26, 2013 - 8:54pm
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Can you get pregnant from dry sex if your shorts have a wet spot and he may have came? I had little dots of blood when I wiped,I noticed anyway.Could that be implantation bleeding?
There was about an inch round wet spot on my shorts around the vagina and I'm not sure if he came or if it was my own female ejaculation. I know my underwear was wet,but it was covered by the shorts. He was wearing khaki shorts,gym shorts and boxers. If he came and it was his semen,could it seem through my underwear and shorts and cause pregnancy? I hadn't noticed until about an hour after the situation. I'm afraid and I'd like some incite,please. Again,unsure if the wet spot was my ejaculate or his. Please help.

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Hi Anon345,

Welcome to EmpowHER.  You can not get pregnant, if you were wearing clothes.  Sperm can not swim through clothes.  The bleeding might have been from something else.  But, definitely not from pregnancy if you didn't have intercourse.  


June 27, 2013 - 2:56am
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I was embarrassed asking this question but my confusion comes from previous research where some sources said that it was possible and other said no. I'd spoken to a "health professional" via the Planned Parenthood chat online whom told me that you can get pregnant if the clothing is "saturated" I'm aware of what saturated means but I'm not sure in my case that my shorts were "saturated". I'm a very paranoid person. I'd noticed a few minutes ago when wiping again that there had been more bleeding but this time more noticeable and in a larger amount. Not like a period at all,but you know. I'm very worried this could be implantation bleeding. I need some peace-of-mind here. In my situation that I've explained do you see it possible to become pregnant? Also,what else could the bleeding be from? I'm very afraid. This was also only last Saturday. I seem very naive but I need some peace of mind. Please.

June 28, 2013 - 6:41pm
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