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I had intimate moment with my partner about 14 days back. However I did not penetrate her vagina at all. Did not even touch it with my penis.
But I had rubbed it to her anal area and some per-ejaculation might have stuck there.
Today she is 2 days late for her periods. Till yesterday she had the usual discomfort in abdomen which she experiences before the menstruation, but today she has not a single sign of being down.

Please help. Could she be pregnant?
If she is, then what is the option. We do not want this. And do not want parents to know either.

Please note that there was no penetration at all.


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replied September 6th, 2012
Getting Pregnant Answer A38456
Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum and thanks for writing

The possibility of pregnancy seems to be remote according to the description provided by you. It requires a proper vaginal penetration and sperm deposition for conception to occur. It is very rare if sperms swim through anal area to vagina.

Ask her to be relaxed as stress,anxiety can further delay the periods. They might start within a week time. If the periods do not start even after 10 days of the expected period date then get a Urine test done for pregnancy determination and visit a Gynaecologist for evaluation.

Take care!


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