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My girlfriend and I were making out and she got on top of me and started grinding on me. I ejaculated but we were both wearing clothes. We were both wearing sweat pants but I did not have any underwear on. Her vagina was on the wet spot of my pants where I ejaculated. We have been worried and have been waiting for her to have her period so we are sure she is not pregnant but this happened 4 weeks ago and her period is 5 days late. Could she be pregnant or is something else causing her late period?

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replied March 10th, 2016
Am I Pregnant Answer A56211
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You have a sex with your girlfriend while she was on top, wearing clothes.She had a period following that but with a delay of five days. You have a question about the possibility of a pregnancy.
As she had her period already and probably it is of regular flow, the chance of pregnancy is almost nil.
A delayed cycle by five days is not unusual and could be due to physiological variation, stress or other hormonal changes.
However, if this flow is scanty or even lesser than her usual flow, I suggest for a pregnancy testing to rule out the possibility.


Dr Bhattacharyya

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