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can my girl get pregnant just by rubbing my penis over her vaginal/clitoris after 5 days of periods ended.
i am very scared for her as i dont want her to get pregnant .
so please hepl me out.
i didnot ejaculate on her . all i did was rub . there are very minimal chances of precum to be present there..
cauz before rubbing i had cummed.. i rubbed my penis with tissue full clean . then i rubbed over is there any chances for to get pregnant ??
please help


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replied March 23rd, 2016
Pregnancy Answer A56410
Hello,
Welcome to this forum.
As you have sex on the day 6 of her cycle, the chance of pregnancy is actually very less. Moreover, only rubbing over her vulva/clitoris with a dry penis could not have the ability to make her pregnant.
But,to get the final answer you have to wait until her next cycle.
Sincerely
Dr Sanjoy


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