• am i pregnant? please help

    im 15, this is going to sound stupid, but my school or parents don't provide information. me and my boyfriend did some stuff together at the end of my period in the beginning of june. then i had my period (i think it was) at the end of june. what we did (this is why i say im dumb) he rubbed me through my pants, but masturbated before he saw me. so about 4-5 hours later i fingered myself. would him masturbating before he saw me, that some sperm wouldn't be dead and it would be on my hands? also ive been having back, neck, and head pain, and this morning i got up and there was a little bit of watery darkish yellow or light brown discharge in my underwear. can i be pregnant?


  • 7 days ago

    RE: am i pregnant? please help

    There are no dumb questions. I'm 29 and I still wonder about stuff like this too. I've heard stories about sperm surviving outside the body, but it's highly unlikely you could get pregnant that way. Teen pregnancy would be off the charts if you could. It sounds more like you have a UTI or yeast infection. If your symptoms get worse or don't go away after a few days, you should see your doctor.
  • 6 days ago

    RE: am i pregnant? please help

    No, you're not pregnant from whatever sperm was on his hands and then may have transferred to yours before you masturbated hours later. They can't survive in the outside environment. And surely someone washed their hands at some point. I definitely recommend you read Taking Charge of Your Fertility, watch The Great Sperm Race on YouTube, and work on learning more about how reproduction works since it seems like the adults in your life aren't going to teach you. If I were in your shoes, I'd be finding the info myself (and sites like this are great, too) and finding out if I can legally get BC without parental consent in my state. If so, I'd get it and not tell them. If not, ask them. Tell them it's for acne or just in case. It sounds like you're on the path to being fully sexually active. You need to be safe about it both from the pregnancy and STD standpoint.