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Could it have gotten into contact with my vagina?

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2 days ago my boyfriend and I were messing around. He had on basketball shorts and boxers on and I had on underwear and pajama shorts on. Things got a little heated, but no clothing was removed and he said he did not ejaculate. He did manually stimulate me over my shorts. Afterward, we found a stain on the front thigh area of my shorts. Since he did not have a stain on his shorts and said he did not have anything happen, I assumed the stain was from me (probably in the way during the stimulation) and I changed into different shorts and underwear. I have been off of my period for almost 2 weeks. Is there any way that was semen? Could it have gotten into contact with my vagina and gotten me pregnant? Thanks


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replied November 21st, 2012
Am I Pregnant Answer A40515
Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum and thanks for writing

According to the description provided by you the possibility of pregnancy does not seem to be there as sperms cannot travel through clothes and die off within few minutes after coming in contact with air or clothes.

The stain might be due to the vaginal discharge released by you due to excitement. Relax and consider using protection during any sexual contact.

Take care!


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