Can I get pregnant if I only had gentials rubbed and ejaculation was near rectum which was immediately washed with water and I had periods on the same date after one hour, that was 6 Jan but today on 25 Jan I had blackouts in morning and I m feeling dizzy?
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replied January 25th, 2016
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Sex of any kind in the ten days before your period is not in the fertile window and very unlikely to cause pregnancy. Did you also have sex Jan 16 thru 20? That would be close enough to ovulation Cycle Day 14 to cause a problem. If not, your dizzy spell Jan 25 has other causes and needs to be examined by a doctor.
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replied January 31st, 2016
Hello and welcome to e health forum.

FYI, Pregnancy can occur, only when ejaculation occurs within the vagina, and when the woman is within the fertile period of your cycle. This period is from day 12 to day 16 of a 28 day menstrual cycle.

In addition, Pregnancy can occur, only when ejaculation occurs within the vagina. Normally during sex, when ejaculation occurs inside the vagina, about 3 ml of semen (with upto 60 million sperms per ml) is deposited inside the vagina, and most of it is ejected (pushed deep) into the uterus, through the cervix. But only thousands of capacitated sperms enter the fallopian tube and only 300-500 reach the ovum, and only one of those sperms can fertilize the ovum.

Dry humping (sexual foreplay with cloths on), Genital rubbing or Mutual masturbation - including vaginal fingering , hugging or foreplay without involving vaginal penetration & ejaculation does not result in pregnancy.

In your case, since there was no ejaculation inside the vagina, there was no risk of pregnancy and you need not worry about pregnancy.
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