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I made out with my girlfriend and our bodies were touching. we both had clothes on and no penetration was made. we both were wearing jeans pants and underwear and she's a virgin, but i ejaculated in my pants while touching and it was wet and we kept touching with our clothes on and with wet spot on my pants, and we were outside and it was a little cold but humid. can she get pregnant?
and after 8 days shes discharging white stuff and her period should come in 4 days.


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replied January 3rd, 2011
Pregnancy Answer A18161
Hi,
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There are no studies to prove that sperms can pass through clothes and result in pregnancy. Unless there was direct contact of semen or pre-cum, pregnancy will not occur. The chances of pregnancy also depend on presence or absence of egg in the girl’s body at the time of the unprotected act.
Increased mucus secretion if associated with any foul smell or itching or burning could be indicative of infection. If no other symptoms are associated, then it could be due to hormonal changes in her body.
If there are any associated or any new symptoms present or if she does not get her periods on time (within 5-10 days of her actual expected period dates), she should consider visiting her gynecologist for further evaluation.
Take care.



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