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Could I be pregnant?

A week and two days ago I was making out with my boyfriend. I'm a virgin. My boyfriend pulled his penis out of his boxers and stroked it. He took my hand and placed it on his penis, and I stroked a bit, hardly at all. He then put his hand in my hair and pulled me close enough to kiss me. He struggled a bit to pull down my yoga pants and to put his finger in my  underwear. He fingered me a bit and that was all. I'm not sure if his fingers were wet, but he had come from work he must have urinated from the last time he ejaculated, and he did not ejaculate at this time, but from what I have read on the internet- there is a possibility of being pregnant. I am 16 and my period should come in 2-3 days. I'm experiencing PSM symptoms such as cramps, but I do believe I'm stressing out about this very much.
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There is no possible way to get pregnant from that.
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not even from pre *** or anything?!
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Rest easy, there's no way you're pregnant.
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Thank you for commenting. Even if I've read online that there's a possibility?!
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Well there's a few things that come into play here.
It's only possible to get pregnant during your fertile window, which happens generally two weeks before your period.
Second,even if there was sperm involved it'd be unlikely. So for there to be no actual ejaculate involved the odds are next to none that a viable sperm traveled from his penis (which was flushed when he peed), to his hand and then into you.
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I think it was a little after two weeks prior to my next expected period date. Should I worry?
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I wouldn't worry one bit. Unless there was penetration from his penis directly into your vagina and there was ejaculate at some point there's no need to worry.
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Ohkay thanks for the reply! No penetration and no ejaculation at all!!
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