Hi I don't know if you guys remember me but for those that don't I'll say my story again later.
I got my period after my incident and it was a normal one. I've never kept track of my periods but I did for my last 2 (35 days (before the incident) and 32 days (after the incident)) Two days ago it was my 27th day and I my period came but it was really light. It started off brown and by today it was light red and almost done. I am currently having the flu and I am asking you guys if there is any chance that I am pregnant?
For those that haven't read my story here it is:
I touched my bf's undies that had precum on it. I washed my hands with soap and water (not very throughly though) and 45 min later I touched myself down there for pleasure, no fingers were inserted.
Hello! I would say that you have maybe a 1% chance but chances are that you are not. You donot have to have intercourse to become pregnant all it takes is for semen to be in the vaginal area and it can happen but chances are lower of becoming pg this way I think. Hope this helps and no question is ever a stupid question so donot think that you are a stupid fool ok honey and take care.
I also had this other incident where my bf touched me down there while I still had my undies on. He had a small amount of precum on his finger before he did so but it was semi-dry. This occured in late june and I've had 2 normal periods since.
There is NO CHANCE that you would be pregnant from the situation you described. None! It's just so far beyond possible that it would be an all out lie if someone ever actually said this is how they got pregnant. Setting aside that 45 minutes passed from the time you touched his underwear to the time you touched yourself.. (that alone would clear you) you washed your hands with soap and water. Sperm (if you had any on your hand to begin with) are so delicate that even rinsing your hands with hard tap water would have killed them. Not to mention that with no actual insertion of any kind the chances of anything swimming into your vagina and up into your uterus and to the tube to meet the egg are slim to none.
Sperm need a really good push to get to the egg and that usually only happens when a man ejaculates while inside a women. Intercourse did not take place here, not even close. You have absolutely nothing to worry about. It's simply not *that* easy to get pregnant.
Please stop worrying.
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