Ok so here's my story...I am a virgin, technical at best, but have never had actual intercourse. My hymen is still intact etc. A few days ago my bf and I messed around and he slipped his tip inside while he had pre ***. It has been a month since he last ejaculated, therefore I'm not sure if there is anything to worry about. Although unlikely, is it possible to get pregnant? Also this was during the time my menstruation cycle should have started but instead I was spotting. Does that increase or decrease my chances?
There's always a possibility of pregnancy anytime sperm comes in contact with a vagina. I think your chances are VERY slim that you are pregnant...especially since you were spotting. There's probably nothing to worry about so don't stress about it. Good luck.
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