I try to answer every question I get
and while I had heard that there is all kinds of wrong information out there, for instance, that a girl can pregnant
by just kissing
, I did not expect that I will get a question like that.
Nanda from India
writes, "I am in a relationship
for the past two years. My partner
and I get physical with each other
but not regularly, but there is no intercourse
. My menstrual periods
have always been irregular. The last one was three months ago. I was expecting my period this month but I still do not have any signs. During this time my boyfriend and I did get physical but we were fully dressed and there was no ejaculation
. Is there any chance of me getting pregnant
? Please help; I am very stressed out over this."
There is no way you could be pregnant
Just for your information, pregnancy is not easy
as you think. In order for a woman to get pregnant
, a man has to ejaculate inside her vagina
during that perfect moment in her ovulation cycle
(which can sometimes be as short as 1-2 days in a month). Still then, depending on the age of the woman
, the probability is just about 10%.
I am not encouraging you to have sex
without protection but just sharing information that a lot of things have to go right before a woman can get pregnant
. In your case, since there was no sperm
released inside, there is nothing to worry.
Regarding your infrequent periods
, you must immediately see a doctor. It is not a good health sign and your doctor can look into it and prescribe medication.
And in the meantime, as far as your partner is concerned, it is OK to please each other
the way you have been doing. In case you want him inside you, then I strongly recommend that you use a condom or some other birth control option
Labels: birth control, condoms, menstruation, pregnancy