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My boyfriend and fingered me and inserted his finger into my vagina but this was after he had ejaculated but his hands were dry and he fingered me a few minutes later. We had no other type of sexual contact but im really worried i might be pregnant.

By October 17, 2013 - 9:40pm
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i was supposed to get my period by 11th or 12th and we had contact on the 8th. I have been having cramps but no periods but I've had white discharge and a feeling of getting my period. I'm worried please help.

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Hi kate123456,

If there was no unprotected intercourse, you can not get pregnant from him touching you.  You really have nothing to be concerned for. Not all cycles will be the same every month.  But, if you want to repeat the pregnancy test.  It's best to take after, you know your period was due. Sometime stress can cause delay on your period. 



October 21, 2013 - 2:51am
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Hi kate123456,

Welcome to EmpowHER and thanks for your question.  If you didn't have unprotected sex. You cannot get pregnant from being touched or fingered.  Semen outside the body, dries up fast and sperm dies.  Hope this was helpful?



October 18, 2013 - 3:08am
(reply to Anonymous)

Thanks a lot Daisy,
but like I mentioned before, I was supposed to get my period on 12th and I still haven't got it. I got really scared and took a pregnancy test yesterday and it came out negative. I was relieved but then, I think it might be too soon for me to have taken the test and that's why it came out negative because we did it on the 8th and I took the test on the 19th. Is it too soon for me to have taken the test and is that why the test showed negative? should I take another test, and if so, when can I take it to tell if I'm really pregnant or not?

October 20, 2013 - 7:23am
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