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Hey, this might sound really dumb, but I'm so paranoia right now ... Me and my girlfriend was fooling around on my bed (clothes on). I had an erection, but we decided not to have sex (we never did). So, I got up and masturbated in my toilet. I ejaculated into the toilet bowl and flushed. Then, my gf used the toilet right after I finished my thing (she said she was a bit wet down there, too). Now, she's having pregnancy symptomps (which are: her period hasnt arrived when it shouldve arrived 8 days ago, she pees more often). The time when it happened was at her ovulation days too, I guess (14 April, her last period was on ~1 or 2 April) Are there any chances that my gf can get pregnant from all these?

Me and my gf are so so so worried. I read many posts about this thing and none of them says there's a chance. But, still, I need reassurances from the experts ...

I even bought a pregnancy test :(

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replied May 11th, 2017
Birth Control - Men Answer A61142
Thank you for asking at Ehealth forum!

I read your question and i understand your concern. Get a pregnancy test however that encounter cant impregnate. More likely are genital tract infections that can delay menses and present with symptoms of pregnancy.

I hope it helps. Stay in touch with your healthcare provider for further guidance as our answers are just for education and counselling purposes and cannot be an alternative to actual visit to a doctor.
Take care

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