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my boyfriend and i had dry sex and i had my panties on but he had nothing on. he was rubbing the tip of his penis on my underwear for about two minutes, maybe less. we don't think he pre-came but from what i've read its very likely. i am on the pill and have been for about a year. how likely is it that i may be pregnant? and is there any onther way of knowing without taking a test or seeing a doctor in person. im currently waiting to see if i get my period.

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replied October 8th, 2009
Am I Pregnant Answer A7487
Welcome to the forum!
No it is hardly possible infact impossible if there was no ejaculation and you had your undergarments on. Also by just touching you intimately with his penis through your panties cannot cause pregnancy.
However even if there was ejaculation most of the sperms would die when exposed to air and come in touch with clothes. This method resulting is pregnancy is very rare, almost impossible as you are also on the pill. If you are taking the pills regularly, there is no chance of pregnancy even if he ejaculated inside you. However using condoms helps take care of STDs.
Hope this helps. Take care!

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