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Is it possible to get pregnant by rubbing the organs ?

hello doctor We are newly married couple, me aged 23 n she 21, on aug2 she gave me job on my organ me, we dint have intercourse, due to this she had my fluid on her hand. then we stopped. she washed her hand with liquid soap handwash in bathroom.. nearly 45min after she washing her hands she rubbed her same hand on her organs as she was expecting her periods. on aug 5 she had her normal periods. now our concern is due to her rubbing her organs is there chance of she getting preganant ? actually we dont want to have children at this point of time now she had her normal periods, is there chance hat she gets preganant next month for same act ?? if yes then how to avoid it ?
Asked On : Wed, 10 Aug 2011
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General Surgeon 's  Response
no its not possible to get pregnannt just by rubbing the organs....penetrations is a must thing to become pregnant............
Answered: Thu, 19 Jan 2012
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General & Family Physician Dr. Shainaz Arif Kaware's  Response
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Since your wife has had her normal periods on 5th Aug then the same act does not pose a chance to get pregnant in next month.She is not pregnant right now and if you don't want a baby then you can use contraception and there should not be any problem.Please consult a Gynaecologist and discuss about the better option of contraceptive method which will suit you.There is always a chance of getting pregnant if your fluid touches her vagina so it is better to use contraception so that you can enjoy your life without the fear of getting pregnant and when you want the baby you can stop the contraceptive.
Answered: Wed, 10 Aug 2011
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