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Can you get pregnant in this situation?

By Anonymous December 28, 2015 - 6:55pm
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a few days ago, I was with my boyfriend, and we started dry humping. he eventually took off all his clothes, and he was wearing a condom, and i was wearing panties.
we didn't have full on sex (i'm still a virgin), but he started almost penetrating through my panty. then the condom split,due to the friction with the cloth I guess. we still continued. He did produce a little c*m and I did as well, but he did not ejaculate. My panty kind of acted as a barrier, but it was still really wet from the fluids. I got scared, and I then wiped inside myself with a baby wipe with rubbing alcohol. Very stupid I know (and it burned) but I was scared.

I just want to know if there is a chance of pregnancy from this situation?? I'm still a virgin as i haven't had full on sex yet. Please let me know. thanks!

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Hi RK,

Thank you for your question.

Based on the details provided, you are likely safe from pregnancy. If you were not penetrated and sperm only touched the outside of your vagina, you are ok. HOwever, I will recommend deciding on a birth control method that doesn't have you worrying.

I'm glad you are okay after the rubbing alcohol experience. If you were at risk, there is nothing you could have done with wiping anything that would have mattered.

If you are still a virgin, then you should not be pregnant.

Be well,

December 28, 2015 - 7:37pm
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Anonymous (reply to S. Gillette-Palmer)

Hi Gillette, thanks for replying!
I think was worried me was the fact that my underwear was so wet from both of our fluids, and i got worried that maybe it could soak through the cloth. Basically he didn't penetrate me fully but he was rubbing himself around my area. but I'm pretty sure the panty acted as a barrier.
So I should be okay, right? I don't have to worry about pregnancy?

December 29, 2015 - 5:29am
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