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Had unprotected sex, no penetration. Is there still a chance to get pregnant?

pls help. i had a foreplay with my GF while she is on 17th day from the last day of her last periods. neither i penetrates nor nor my pre-ejaculatory fluid comes out.just we touched our parths for 15 secs . then we wear on our underwear. is still be there be chance to get pregnant. she urinates and washed off later of each sexual act. ps hepl.
Asked On : Sat, 16 Jun 2012
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Hi, there is no need to be worried about because as you said your pre-ejaculatory fluid didn't comes out and you didn't penetrated in her then there is no ground for pregnancy to occur.
although this time of her period is risky for being pregnant due to ant unprotected sex but pregnancy still demands the presence of sperms (inside vagina) to be occur.
Answered: Sat, 16 Jun 2012
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