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Is pregnancy possible this way?

By Anonymous November 10, 2015 - 2:57pm
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Ok so I got my last period on October 22, which based on my cycle (about 27 days) I would have ovulated around November 5th, but I know that even though my cycle is very regular I can technically ovulate at any time. Well, on Saturday the 7th I went out for some drinks with a male friend. The topic of conversation was a little... "Heated" and apparently he was aroused (I didn't know at the time...) . Upon leaving the bar, I hugged him and felt his erection through my pants. I practically ran to my car bc I was not interested in having a sexual relationship. Anyway, now it is a couple days later and I am starting to freak out about pregnancy. Now I know you have to have sex to get pregnant, which I did not do, but I also know that anytime sperm finds a way to get near/in a vagina, pregnancy is possible. So throughout the night we touched the same objects occasionally, and now I am afraid he may have like adjusted himself or something, got precm or semen on his hands, then I touched something he touched and transferred sperm onto my vagina by wiping after using the restroom. I know this sounds far fetched, but realistically if a guy had an erection for a couple hours he probably had some kind of leakage... And now I am terrified it somehow got on me and now I'm going to be pregnant. Please help explain if this is a possibility. I am so worried because it was so close to ovulation time. Like, i had my hands wrapped around my drink glass, which was cold, most of the time. Could sperm survive on that surface?

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