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So I am about 6 or so days late for my period. I haven’t had actual intercourse but fingering has been done and stuff like that. My breasts feel swollen and heavier and were sore for a day or two, but not anymore. I have been getting cramps for about a week now and at times has been specific to either side at times. I’m really stressing and I really need help. Also this cycle about two weeks after I finished my last period I had spotting which I have never ever had in the five years I’ve had my period. I went to the doctors and the only thing I was told was that I was dehydrated, they also tested for sti and I was completely free, this was roughly theee weeks ago I think? My boyfriend fingered me a bit over a week ago


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replied December 23rd, 2018
Hello and welcome to ehealth forum, I have read and understood your question.

No , you can not get pregnant with fingering.
Conception happens when the sperm fertilizes the egg and the resulting embryo gets implanted in the uterus. As your boy friend only used his hand and no intercourse was involved you are safe
I hope it helps. Stay in touch with your healthcare provider for further guidance as our answers are just for education and counselling purposes and cannot be an alternative to actual visit to a doctor.
Take care
Dr Khalil
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