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help me please i need advise

By October 22, 2010 - 4:28pm

Can you get pregnant without full penetration?
I was with my boyfriend and we were fooling around, he didnt penetrate me, he just rubbed his genitals with mine, whenever i felt he was getting tooo low (close to my vagina opening) i would push away, and
first he said the he was going to come but waited a while more, then he said i cant hold it and a bunch of clear fluid came out (pre cum) then he kept masturbating on his own, and he came/ ejaculated

he came in my breast, no where near my vagina, and he didnt touch me w/ his fingers later or nothing like that, but he masturbated me with my clothes on after that, but he didnt touch it directly

I saw him come/ejaculate but he didnt come anywhere near me, I am freaking out because I dont know if its possible for him to come more than once??? can i be pregnant??

My period is due on the first of November, this happened (oct 14 ), He told me that was the only ejaculation he had, and when he came it was like 6 in a row, it was quite alot,

that was the first time any penis has been close to my vagina, and thats why I am scared and asking all of these questions because Im not sure, of these things,

i injected a birth control medication on the 18th of this month, i dont know if it will help, its from mexico and its called Perlutal

By November 2, 2010 - 6:51pm

but that doesn't happen all the time.

November 2, 2010 - 6:51pm
By November 2, 2010 - 4:16pm

She said he ejaculated nowhere near her so I think it can't be possible. That's just my opinion. And yes, condom is the best prevention,

November 2, 2010 - 4:16pm
By October 30, 2010 - 5:39am

I don't think you can be pregnant. Unless there is penetration or the semen was released inside your vagina, you won't get pregnant. And yes, with proper stimulation, guys can come more than once. But I really don't think it is possible to do 6 in a row-- i don't want to judge but he might be lying. Anyway, honey I wouldn't advise injecting any birth control medications not unless you consulted a doctor. there are certain contraindications for those type of medications and i think you should at least know what you're dealing with. So, better seek advice from an expert. And again, NO. You can't be pregnant.

October 30, 2010 - 5:39am

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