Question Posted Saturday November 15 2008, 4:21 pm
this is embarasing.... so me and my bf were dry humping he had on boxers and i had underwear and capries he ejaculated on my upper thigh when i went to change my clothes i could feel wetness from me in my underwear then a dry area then wetness from him on my capreis so our discharge did not touch. could i get pregnent? im freaking out please please help me
If the wetness did not touch your vagina then you're alright in the pregnancy-risk department.
Sperm must have liquid to swim through. If something is damp, then they can "swim" through it, only at a slower pace. Yes, sperm aren't "smart" but they do what they do--swim and fertilize. If they can swim through it, they will. If something is dampened by moisture, guess what? They can swim through it because they are very teeny tiny creatures.
As a note, do not listen to what the first person say about washing yourself off with "hot" water. A human's body is, typically, 98.6 degrees. Ideal temperature for sperm is actually slightly higher than that, as a matter of fact. If you put water on your vagina that is ~98 degrees then I sincerely do not think you're going to be a very happy girl. Seriously, use your brain, if you can seriously put "HOT" water on your vagina then something is wrong with your sensations down there anyway.
Also remember that sperm swim in fluid. Water is fluid. If they have already made it inside your vagina then pushing water around isn't going to make that much of a difference. It's even likely to help them on their way.
Lastly, NEVER put soap onto or into your vaginal area. That will cause a very, very nasty infection. You could end up with an irritating yeast infection or an infertility-causing bacterial infection if you do put soap in/on your vagina. Soap in those areas are a big No-No!
If you're going to continue this then just USE A CONDOM. Seriously, even if he isn't going to put his penis in you or on you it can still help keep the sperm at bay, for the most part. It would be a lot less worry and is a fairly cheap solution. You could buy a pack of condoms and keep them in your room, before you two dry hump (with clothes on, hopefully) he could put a condom on. This would make for good "practice" for when you two DO have intercourse--you two won't be fumbling with the condom as much.
Remember that if you choose to have that condoms are only about 88% effective on preventing pregnancy with typical usage. Please consider the severe consequences before engaging in intercourse. People use condoms every day and end up pregnant from one sexual act. Please remember that if you two do choose to have his penis touching your area, with or without a condom.
Also note that condoms do not protect from STDs at all and virgins can most definately have STDs. Seriously.
The best way to find out if you're pregnant is to wait until your period is suppose to come. If it's late then pick up a home pregnancy test and pee on the stick, as they say. It is extremely low chances that you're pregnant if his fluid did not come in contact with your vagina or vaginal fluid.
If you have any more questions, please feel free to ask me! :)
P.S. Technically, yes, sperm CAN go through three layers of clothing as long as they're moistened. They could go through 10 layers of clothing as long as the area is moist that they are traveling through. [ Peeps's advice column | Ask Peeps A Question ]
Exquisitechick answered Sunday November 16 2008, 5:35 pm: No, its not possible. you are fine :]
babezz20 answered Sunday November 16 2008, 5:08 pm: Nooo....don't worry at all..
**But for future refrence, if this ever happens again or even if you think you got cum in you...just go in the bathroom and wash yourself with HOT water n soap...b/c this will kill sperm...*** [ babezz20's advice column | Ask babezz20 A Question ]
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