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Me and my girlfried had thighs sex....she was having her cotton underwear on and i was open.I ejaculated on her panties,her vaginal entrance area was wet....
15 days before she had her dates....what are the chances of her getting pregnant????we are worried a lot!!!!!please suggest!!!!

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replied February 17th, 2011
Am I Pregnant Answer A19716
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The time of the unprotected sexual contact is close to her probable fertile days (if she has regular menstrual cycles of 28-30 days). Although there are no studies to prove that sperms can pass through clothes, the chances of pregnancy cannot be ruled out (incase semen or pre-cum came in direct contact with vagina). Consider taking emergency contraception within 48-72 hours of the unprotected act to prevent pregnancy. If you intend to remain sexually active and are not ready for a baby, then use contraceptive measures in form of condoms/spermicide/regular birth control pills (for your partner).
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