Hi, me and my boyfriend have not yet had sex but we were messing around a bit and he ejaculated on my but and on my underwear. I'm pretty sure I cleaned it off my butt but on my underwear I tried to clean most of it off but there (not to be rude) was a lot. I was skeptical to put my underwear on all the way so I left them away from my vagina and didn't really pull my shorts up all the way I waddled around for I had things to do and could not change this was maybe 2 days ago or so? but I'm having my worries, could I be pregnant? By the time I had gotten to change which was maybe 10 minutes later it had dried up does that mean it did not come in contact with my vagina? I'm a virgin and I am pretty young with little to no money I don't what the best option is. I had an irregular period last month as it didn't occur last month but no sexual contact had happened close enough for me to get pregnant, it's common for me to have irregular periods like so but if it doesn't come this month that means something doesn't it? I apologize for the long question I'm just very worried
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replied December 29th, 2015
since there was no actual penetration involved, there is no reason to be worried that you will be pregnant.

There is no risk of pregnancy in your situation.

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