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Can I be pregnant from rubbing ?

I had be 'fooling around' with my boyfriend of two years and I'm quite worried that I might be pregnant. I am still a virgin, I have never been penetrated. He was just rubbing on to me and yes, we were bare naked. He forgot a condom. I know it sounds stupid, but people makes mistakes right? We won't be doing so anymore. So, he didn't cum near my vagina (all went on my stomach). Perhaps pre-cum lingered around. But for that, I'm not quite sure. My last period was on the first day of Feb. and the one before that was around the last week of December. We are the 6th of March already. Is my period late or is it too early to tell? Or can stress be a factor? I started exercising this week, if that might be helpful information. So, what are the chances of being pregnant?

My parents are really strict, I can't go out unless it's school or they trust me wherever I'm going and with who. Therefor, it'll be hard to 'sneak' in an appointment to a doctor's without them figuring out.

Thank you for your time.
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replied March 9th, 2010
pre-cum may contain a few sperms.so theoretically, pregnancy is possible, but the chances are very less.
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replied March 9th, 2010
I still don't have my period. It's really odd. No penetration and the head of the penis was not close to the vulva. Can my period be delayed cause of something else?
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replied March 10th, 2010
when is the date? wait for 5 days after the expected date.then do home pregnancy urine test.
home pregnancy test works by detecting a hormone called Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) in your urine. This hormone appears in a pregnant woman's urine, approximately 20 days after her last menstrual period.the level of hCG keeps rising after 20 days,

calculate 33 days from the "first date of the last menstrual period" and take the pregnancy kit test (available at your chemist , and you do not need a prescription).

the method of doing the test is very simple,you should have no trouble doing it on your own.
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replied April 23rd, 2010
Thank you. It's kind of a late reply, but I wasn't pregnant after all. Thanks a bunch!
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replied April 23rd, 2010
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that would have to have been a total miracle if you were thats for sure! Smile
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