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07 Jan 2003

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if my boyfriend and i were rubbing (panty sex )could i fall pregnant ?
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01 Jan 0001

It's all about the definition of "panty sex" so here goes with a few different scenario's:

Have you engaged in rubbing / dry humping while fully clothed, without any bodily fluids - pre-ejaculatory fluid (pre-cum), semen, or vaginal secretions - soaking through either partner's clothes?

If NO bodily fluid soaked through the clothes, then you have NO risk of pregnancy.
If bodily fluids DID soak through, keep reading.

Have you engaged in rubbing sex / dry humping while fully clothed, where some bodily fluids - pre-ejaculatory fluid (pre-cum), semen, or vaginal secretions ­ did soak all the way through either partner's clothes?

If bodily fluids soaked through only ONE person's clothes, then you have NO risk of pregnancy.
If bodily fluids soaked through more than one person's clothes, keep reading.

Have you engaged in rubbing sex / dry humping while fully clothed where bodily secretions of any kind soaked ALL THE WAY through both partners’ clothes?

If NOT, then you have NO risk of pregnancy.
If bodily fluids did soak all the way through both partners’ clothes, keep reading.
Were the bodily fluids that soaked all the way through both partners’ clothes ONLY vaginal secretions or menstrual blood?

If YES, then you have NO risk of pregnancy. However, these bodily secretions can transmit Sexually Transmitted Diseases. See your health care practitioner for a STD screening.
If NO, keep reading.
Were the bodily fluids that soaked all the way through both partners’ clothes either pre-ejaculatory fluid (“pre-cum”), semen (“cum” or ejaculate), or a combination of these fluids an vaginal secretions?

If YES, you MAY have some risk of pregnancy. More significant is the risk of Sexually Transmitted Diseases. See your health care practitioner for a STD screening and a pregnancy test.
IF YOU WERE NOT FULLY CLOTHED, or, in other words, were wearing only your underwear/pantyhose/swimsuit/other minimal garment, or were not naked but not actually having genital contact, keep reading.
If you were less than fully clothed, but not having genitals-to-genitals skin contact, did any pre-ejaculatory fluid or semen get on or near the woman’s pubic region, on her underwear or pantyhose, or on her swimsuit or any other minimal garment?

If YES, you MAY have some risk of pregnancy. More significant is the risk of Sexually Transmitted Diseases. See your health care practitioner for a STD screening and a pregnancy test.

Please see a health care practitioner and get advice on condoms, contracpetives and emergency contracpetives.
Regards
Dr Elna McIntosh
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