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Fingering, semen on fingers, missed periods, vomiting. Chances of pregnancy?

I am 17years old and I m scared of having a pregnancy! I and my boyfriend we didn t have sex! But he fingered me ! And I m scared his fingers where wet when he did it... This happened on September 14th... My last period strted on 9th September... And I didn t have periods again... And I even had a vomiting this morning. What am I supposed to do now? What are the chances of pregnancy?
Asked On : Sun, 21 Oct 2012
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Jul 2016
Hallo
Thanks for your query.You had a fingering with your boyfriend who entered his fingers in vagina But pregnancy will not result unless his fingers were wet with semen.and since this was just on fifth day of menstrual cycle it is unlikely that you are pregnant .Please get your urine test for Pregnancy done immediately to allay your apprehension.
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