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neither he ejaculated nor there was any precum

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On 1 Nov I and my bf did humping without clothes .but neither he ejaculated nor there was any precum .however ,his penis was near my vagina but without any insertion .before Nov ,in Oct I had my periods twice and it ended on 1 Nov and thus I didn't have my periods on Nov however my date was on 1 Dec becoz I usually get one month gap ..but didn't have ...apart from it my breasts feel little bit larger my nipples remain erect there any chance of getting pregnant due to humping without clothes

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replied March 1st, 2016
Am I Pregnant Answer A56133
Hi! Thanks for your query on eHealth Forum!

Dry humping as it is called, does not result in pregnancy. If things happened exactly as you describe, you are not pregnant. You probably have irregular periods and this is the reason you did not get periods on Dec 1st. Please look back at your cycle. You may be having irregularity. If this is the case, please consult an Obs and Gyn as finding the cause is important to plan birth control and also because irregular periods affect chance of future pregnancy. Hope this helps! Take care!

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