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What is the chances of getting pregnant this way?

My boyfriend and I never have intercourse but had a lot genital contact in the past. I don't know if women will get pregnant by that? Some say no but some say possible but unlikely?

About a week ago, I gave him BJ for approx. 5 mins, then we took off everything and he started grinding on top of me but never go inside. 5 - 8 mins later he ejaculate (quite a lot) on my tummy.

My last period came on / started from the week of 28 May and today is 16 July and it is already 3 weeks late and I kinda worry. Feeling my tummy a little bloated. Not particularly tired but very dehydrated! And I got so much acne lately, my face look horrible!

Oh yea and I started taking zinc about 2 weeks ago and would that delay my period? I always have the same lifestyle, diet or stress level through out the year and period has always been regular. I never sick (for at least 5 years) never take birth control pills etc. Just zinc.
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replied July 18th, 2012

Welcome to ehealthforum and thanks for writing

According to the symptoms described by you if it was your ovulation time and ejaculate was present near the vaginal opening then pregnancy is a possibility but chances are less.Delayed peiods can be due to various reasons other than pregnancy as hormonal imbalance,underlying uterine or ovarian issues,stress,anxiety etc.

It is difficult to comment without a physical examination and investigations.Kindly viist a Gynaecologist for evaluation.

Take care!

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