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What are the chances of me getting pregnant this way?

By Anonymous December 12, 2010 - 9:24pm
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I am a virgin, and the other day me and my boyfriend got a little into the moment and he kind of rubbed his penis near my vagina. It was on the upper part of it, not the lower part (close to the rear end) if that matters at all. Neither of us had clothes on and I got really scared after so I took the Plan B pill 14 hours after this happened, which was the soonest that I could do it. I'm usually have irregular periods so I'm never too sure when to expect mine. I was thinking of taking a pregnancy test, just in case, two weeks from now to be on the safe side. I told my friend about this and she said she thinks I'm overreacting a bit. What should I do? What are the chances of me getting pregnant after all this?

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Thank you so much for the quick response! Do you think that I should get an at home pregnancy test done, just in case? Its been about 5 days since this situation happened, and I'm starting to feel bloated. I'm wondering if that's the side effect from the Plan B pill or something?

December 15, 2010 - 2:58pm
(reply to jessica_1675)

Home pregnancy tests are not accurate until you have missed a period, because it actually takes 10-14 days to even become pregnant (from time of ovulation to time of implantation). Any symptoms you have now would not, therefore, be related to a pregnancy.

December 23, 2010 - 9:32am

If your boyfriend did not ejaculate, there would be no chance of pregnancy.

There is something called "pre-ejaculatory fluid" that may/may not contain sperm, and is present on a man's penis when it becomes erect. However, if he only touched your vulva on the upper part and not near your vagina, there would be no way for any possible sperm to travel into your vagina.

Your period will most likely start around the time you expect it to, so there would be no need for a pregnancy test.

Just so you know: your vagina is only the opening, and the rest of your genital area is called your vulva.

December 14, 2010 - 11:00am
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