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By Anonymous October 23, 2010 - 11:16pm
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I started having Lynoral 0.05 Mg twice a day from 5th day of my cycle and meprate 10 mg from 16th day. but on the 7th day...my boyfriend and me were fooling around but i am still a virgin and he never ejaculated near me, about the pre cum he had urinated many many times after his last ejaculation. also i got my periods on the 7th day of stopping these medicines. could i still be pregnant?

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If your boyfriend did not ejaculate in or near your vagina, there would be no possibility for his sperm to fertilize your egg, and therefore, no possibility of pregnancy.

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October 24, 2010 - 6:19am
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Anonymous (reply to Alison Beaver)

Thank you for your reply. I am really bugged, checking out different internet websites and Gosh, it feels its possible to get pregnant even without looking at each other hahahahah... I read a comment about a female who was a virgin but she got pregnant due to foreplay. I dont believe its possible. and now i am kind of unsure of how exactly pregnancy occurs. I mean i was on my 7th day of periods when this happened where the "old blood" spotting was seen on 8th and 9th day as well. how is it possible without even penetrating when i m still a virgin, just for 10 secs did he rub his shaft around my clitoris, precum i m not sure of. but still...he didnt ejaculate around my area. then i got my periods due to the medicines i have been taking for irregular menses on the 30th of this month. lasted for 4 days heavy and light spotting till 7th day. and guess what when i read the internet forums, found out that its possible to be pregnant even after getting your menses, and it seems it can be mistaken as a period...AArghh i am so bugged and frustrated....Can you please help me with all the above questions. i need a peace of mind....

October 24, 2010 - 10:32pm
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