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In April two days after my period ended I gave my boyfriend a hand job.(This was my first time EVER doing this) He did not have a full ejaculation, he wasn't even close. There was pre-cum however. After doing this he put it back in his pants and zipped them up. Around maybe 4 or 5 minutes later he began rubbing me down there over my jeans, he did this for maybe 5 or 10 minutes. Next he put his hand down my pants and began to rub me underneath my underwear. My question is pregnancy possible?Imconcerned that he may have had a tiny bit of pre-cum on his hands. He was pretty positive they were dry though...After this incident I got my period(well at least I am pretty sure it was my period) about a day or two early in May. It was heavy the first two and a half days then began to taper off like usual then by the sixth day it was pretty much gone.(sometimes my period lasts 6 days other times 7 days). For the month of June my period came like clockwork. Right when I got it, it was heavy and ac

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replied July 10th, 2012
Getting Pregnant Answer A36931

Welcome to ehealthforum and thanks for writing

According to the description provided by you the possibility of pregnancy does not seem to be there and alfter the incident you had periods also whch were normal in flow and duration so relax and do not worry.

For the pregnancy to occur vaginal penetration is required to deposit the sperms inside vagina which then swim through.Sperms cannot travel by themselves and die off after coming in contact with air.Stop worrying and while any sexual contact consider using protection.

Take care!

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