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Is there a possibility of pregnancy?

By June 22, 2009 - 9:25pm
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Me and a boyfriend were kind of messing around on vacation. I as well as he were arroused but didn't want to have sex becuase i'm not on birth control and we didn't think a condom was enough protection from pregnancy. We were in a fresh water lake and he was erect..His penis started to rub against my vagina but i had a bathing suit bottom on.(spandex). The only reason for my uncertainty was that it was kind of a loose bottom and opened a little on one side when he was rubbing. With all the factors together such as being in water, him not actually penetrating me , and him not ejaculating could i be pregnant? Could the Pre-cum have gotten in my vagina? I'm trying to be as clear as possible and i need an opinion or answer. A pregnancy test is in the works to be sure..but not until after i miss my period.

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Hi, BelleTex, and welcome to EmpowHer. Thanks so much for your question.

Of course I can't give you an absolute answer -- only your period or a pregnancy test will solve that one. It is very unlikely that you could get pregnant with no penetration, with the lake, and with your swimsuit on. Very unlikely. There's always a very small chance whenever a man's erect penis comes in contact with the vagina that some pre-ejaculate could find its way in, but the way you describe it, my opinion would be that odds would be against your being pregnant.

When is your period due? Are you late?

And do you know whether the day that you were in the lake was one of your more fertile days?

June 30, 2009 - 5:03pm
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