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Hi, my boyfriend and I were fooling around and then I sucked on his penis, he finished in my mouth. Afterwards, (wearing clothes both he and I) except his pajama pants where pulled down to reveal his boxers, I rubbed myself (wearing pants and panties) on him and I was wondering if any of the left over semen could go through my clothing or somehow make me pregnant. Could it? I'm scared. But when I checked my pants there was a wet spot, I'm not sure if it was from me or him. I'm scared, could I be pregnant? And this was 2 days after my period ended. I'm not taking any birth control either.
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replied April 16th, 2011
Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum

Chances of pregnancy are not at all there as both of you were wearing undies.It is impossible for the sperms to travel through clothes as they die after coming in air.The wet spot which you felt might be the discharge which you would have secreted after getting excited.
Relax and do not take stress.

Take Care!


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