i and my bf played together...he was naked..i was wearing my panties and pad..we were jus hugging and lying in bed...his penis did'nt touch my vagina...i was having my third day periods..even if sum sperm wud hav entered by mistake...will it lead to pregnancy..i m soooo afraid...my 12th exams are going on...plss help me...this happened last month...i got my periods this month..but it is not as usual....it is sooo light...i m very afraid...:( :(
I can tell u aint a adult. However, if your boyfriend didnt enter your vagina with his penis u can get pregnant. If he did u could still get pregnant but this all depends on how long your cycle last for. However I think the possibility of that wouldnt be great. Because it a few women gets preg that way. Take care now.
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