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I and my bf were dry humping. We both were wet. He put his penis a bit in my vagina with pair of clothes. He wore cotton underwear and nylon shorts. And i was naked. I dont know if he had precum.but his clothes seemed to be wet. And we did this 10 days before my actual period date. Can i b pregnant..? Pls reply as soon as possible

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replied March 10th, 2016
Teen Pregnancy Answer A56220
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You have a sex with your boyfriend while he was wearing cotton underwear and nylon shots.
I am assuring you there’s really no cause for panic or concern. While billions of sperm can be ejaculated at a time, the chances of making their way through clothing, all the way into the vagina and to fertilize subsequently is very unlikely.
Even though a lot of unintended pregnancies happen, this isn’t the culprit.Fabric would make it extremely difficult for sperm to get where it needs to go to impregnate you. Of course a latex condom would be the best protection and if you are going to be sexually active this would be a good measure for the future.
Dr Bhattacharyya

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