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Forum Name: Obstetrics
|dripta2564 - Mon Nov 16, 2009 9:42 am||
I have a serious problem docs!! Pls help me out..
On 4th november me and my girlfriend had mutual masterbation. During which i fingered her and there was no visible semen on my hand, but i could not remember if my hand had any contact with my genital(if touched, no visible amount was there).
Now after some days, my Gf said "is it possible to get pregnant that way??" bcoz she has a "very regular period" and 5 days is already over for that time, still no sign of period.
We are getting nervous on this fact if this can lead to a pregnancy, in reality is it possible?
Pls help me what to do...
Thanx 4 advance.
|Debbie Miller, RN - Fri Nov 27, 2009 2:47 pm||
There are many reasons for a woman to miss a period since hormones are always fluctuating. Most women miss a few here and there without being pregnant. Even stress can stop a woman's period, as well as over-exercising and being severely underweight such as with anorexia nervosa. It is not possible to become pregnant under the circumstances you describe. Sperm really must be placed inside the vagina - usually deep. Being a week late on her period she could take a pregnancy test for reassurance but based on what you report, it just would not happen.
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