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hello. I was with my boyfriend about two and a half weeks ago and he had a boner while we were standing which ment his penis was touching my vagina. i had a dress on but this was pulled up but i did have a thin nickers on however i was very wet and he was moving my nickers but only slightly. when he was cuming he turned away from my vagina but i am afraid of because of precum. is the chances of me being pregnant very low? i was also on my period at the time this was the saturday night and my period went the tuesday.I had had my period from the wednesday night. my stomach has been feeling sore & tight for 4 days and this is worrying me however I would probably be ovulating around now but i usually dont feel as sore as this i am also getting a small bit of clear/creamy discharge. i have has headaches on and of for the past few days also but nothing severe. i have been doing sit ups this week and under my ribs and under bellybutton is quiet sore like muscle strain pregnancy chances low???


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replied August 9th, 2011
Getting Pregnant Answer A25863
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum,
If you were during your menstrual bleeding time at time of sexual contact, chances of pregnancy are less/nil as chances of egg being present in your system at that time is nil. There are no studies to prove that sperms can swim through fabrics (unless it is thin and lightly woven and there is ample vaginal wetness). Wait and watch for your next periods. Look out for development of any new symptoms. The abdominal discomfort could be due to the ovulation pain or could also be a result of physical training. Consider taking rest for a few days. Visit your doctor/gynecologist for further evaluation and assistance. If you intend to remain sexually active, consider visiting your gynecologist to get started on suitable regular birth control measures to be protected (after your periods). Be regular with birth control use as instructed. Avoid having unprotected sexual contact.
Take care.



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