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    bri_kaylee posted:
    Hey there...

    My boyfriend and I use a condom every time we have sex, but at the beginning of last month he rubbed up against me without a condom on and he tends to have a little pre-ejaculate every time we have sex. There was no penetration, but I've heard/read that sperm can travel into the vagina without there actually being any penetration. I haven't gotten my period yet (it's normally not very regular) and it should come this week or next week, but I'm kind of worried I may have gotten pregnant because I've been feeling a little off all month. Any input would be appreciated!



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    mommyin2011 responded:
    dont think you are. they only thing you can do is wait and see if ur period comes. good luck to you


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