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An_247556 posted:
will pregnancy occur with out penetration by just rubbing my part over her part ?? and if this happens 5 days before periods ??? also contraceptive pills taken with in 30 hours of the same ????
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An_247577 responded:
more than likely NOT! you sound like you're worrying over nothing, pregnancy occurs through intercourse, which is physical penitration. if your "parts" did not penetrate and enter into her "parts" more than likely she is NOT pregnant, or atleast if she is YOU did not make her that way, why that would be a modern day virgin mary story. so, relax, you can exhale now dude
 
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apeed12 replied to An_247577's response:
this is my experience so only !! r u sure about it ?????
 
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apeed12 replied to apeed12's response:
any one reply pls .
 
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Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff replied to apeed12's response:
Hi apeed12 -

Just wanted to pop in to let you know this community is for women who are already pregnant.

For more response try posting your concerns with our Could I Be Pregnant? Community.

Take Care,
Elizabeth
Elizabeth
~To be a child is to know the joy of living, To have a child is to know the gift of life.~ Author Unknown


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