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Will I get pregnant by any chance? My boyfriend and I have never had sex with each other but on 21st May he and I took a bath together. We were under a shower. And at that time he had ejaculated on my breasts. I was then standing when I poured water on my chest to clean that area. So his cum flowed down along with the water. I'm scared that what if his semen went inside my vagina or near my vagina along with the flowed water. I'm really scared. I don't know what to do. Please help me. On 27th May I got my periods but this time I did not bleed much. I even got very bad cramps in my stomach and pelvic area. I do get cramps every time I get my period for 2-3 days but this time it was paining very badly. I even had to take pill to make the pain stop. And it was during the first three days I had got bad gas also. I'm really scared. I don't want to get pregnant. Please help me. And provide me correct information. Should I take home pregnancy test or not? Please help me. Please.

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Will I get pregnant by any chance?
My boyfriend and I hav...
There are no chances of you getting pregnant in this way. The increased intensity of cramps and reduced bleeding was due to the fear in your mind which reflected on your body. No there is no need to go for pregnancy test.
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Will I get pregnant by any chance?
My boyfriend and I hav...
There's no chance of getting pregnant without sexual intercourse. No chance of getting pregnant for just having bath with the partner. There must be a proper intercourse for getting pregnancy. You got periods also, so not to worry about pregnancy. But do take proper care not to have sex without any barriers.
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Will I get pregnant by any chance?
My boyfriend and I hav...
If you had your periods 4 days back there is really no chance of pregnancy.
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