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Fooling around with no clothes

Me and my girlfriend were fooling around, and we started dry humping without any clothes. So she was on top, and we started to rub our genitals against each other, i know there was precum, but what are the chances she is pregnant? I didn't actually put it in.

Her periods are also always really late ( the last time was for around 3 months )

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replied September 2nd, 2010
The chances she is pregnant are very very very slim. It's probably nothing to worry about. Precum usually contains very little, to no sperm at all. Combine that without actually going in her, you're chances are low. This doesn't mean there's no chance at all. Be more careful next time if you don't want to have to worry.
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replied October 12th, 2019
Hello and welcome to EHF !


I went through your query and i understand your concern.Precum could cause pregnancy as sometimes it contains sperms. When when comes in contact with vagina gets entry into vagina leading to pregnancy.



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