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Could my girlfriend be pregnant?

So, everyone, heres the deal: my girlfriend and i were making out, when i started fingering her. after a while, i took her pants off and gave her some oral sex for a few minutes. Then, i did something unfathomably stupid: i took out my erect penis (which was not completely erect and dry at the tip) and used it to rub her genital region. On two occasions during this action i accidentally stuck a small part (probably only the head, a small part of the shaft at most) inside her. Now, i had masturbated the night before and wiped all of the semen, let the fluid dry. I also took at least one shower and jumped into a well-chlorinated pool for at least an hour. We are both virgins, and she has never in her life dated another person. She an i are both 17. She took the first part of an herbal remedy to prevent pregnancy after intercourse, but let me make it clear: i did not go all the way inside her, and she says she did not feel very much, if anything, inside her. Could she be pregnant?
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replied October 31st, 2014
Thank you for asking

Penetration with a healthy ejaculate and fertile zone of the cycle is mandatory for a complete triad of pregnancy. Your case is least likely to be pregnant.

Time to stop worrying and move on. and repeating such pleasures may lead to complications like infections and transmissions.

Take care
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