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By March 27, 2019 - 9:19pm
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Maam i had a question about which i am really confuse.I made out with my partner 10 days ago with full clothes on.I touched his private for a few seconds and then left it and then after 10mins or so i accidentally touched my private parts and now m scared if i may get pregnant but i remember well he didnt had any sperm or precum on his main part.I have been experiencing intense cramps and yellow discharge which is usual as my period nears.My due date was yesterday but i missed it and i had white discharge in the morning i really dont know why this is happening m really stressed.And i am even on regular medication because of my sickness.I hope you answer my question soon.

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Hello Anonymous557

Thank you for writing!

Thanks for your post! Did you have sex ed at school? If not, it's a good idea to study on your own so you know how sex and the human body works. You can read books on this or search our own site. This will eliminate a lot of stress than the unknown can cause.
A woman cannot get pregnant unless she has unprotected sex (naked) with ejaculation. She would also have to be ovulating or be within five days of ovulation. Sperm will not travel through a layer of clothing to impregnate.

From what you said, there is nothing to suggest there was any sperm emission. Your period should be on it's way, it sounds like it is when you mention your symptoms.

A pregnancy cannot occur from what you did.


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