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My changes at pregnancy?

By February 11, 2013 - 2:49am
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This may sound ridiculous but it just has me wondering! I had oral sex with my boyfriend and I know I have risks of STD's and all that. We were going to try anal so he washed his penis just in case if he had any pre ***. So he just touched my anus but we didn't go through with it so we went with oral sex again. Also I was rubbing against his thigh he had dry pre ***, but what are my chances of pregnancy ? I ended my period 4 days before doing this. Im a 34/36 day cycle. How likely am I to become pregnant? Sould I worry? Also he didn't Ejaculate anyway near me.

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Dear Cecy,

We get so many questions like this that we need to try to make sense out of this question together. 

Pregnancy occurs when your egg and his sperm meet. The only way this happens is through penetration and ejaculation from the penis into the vagina. If you had oral sex, this isn't physically possible, if you felt "pre-cum" on your thigh, then there is no way it will get into your vagina. 

How is it that you think conception occurs? Please inform yourself: https://www.empowher.com/sex-amp-relationships/content/answers-women-am-i-pregnant-after-dry-sex-making-out-clothes


If you are going to engage in anal sex, ever, you absolutely need to use a condom. And you are better off either not engaging in sexual activity if you aren't fully aware of how the process of conception works or use a condom for every single sexual activity you decide to engage in. It is the best way to prevent HIV and STDs in your case. 

Good luck,


February 11, 2013 - 6:43am
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