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Will sperms entering through the means of water make me pregnant?

i m 18, my bf ws naked ,i ws on my jeans n panty, he ws hitting me..when he had precum he stopd and strtd using his own hand .thn latr washd. He did nt penetrate dirctlybut my jeans got wet .thn he rubbd his penis btwen my boobs i dnt knw weathr the semen or the sperm came out or nt. Aftr 1 hr i washd my chest area. The watr ran into my vagina .! Wil get pregnant? M scared. Shud i take i pil?
Asked On : Thu, 27 Sep 2012
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.You had a contact not sex with your boyfriend.And your cloths got wet.But most likely it may be due to your vaginal secretions and not due to semen. Normally pregnancy results only when semen is emitted deep in to the vagina.So you need not worry If at all you are so much curious about it you can take pills.or get pregnancy test done by Urine examination.
Answered: Wed, 3 Oct 2012
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