My boyfriend rubbed his penis on my vulva for 5-10 seconds. Is it possible to get pregnant this way?


Hi so recently me and my boyfriend were making out and he was on top of me we both had clothes on. I was super wet. In the middle of this he took out his penis and kind of rubbed his penis along my vagina, more the Vuvla area or the lips. He did ejactulate or anything it was like for 5-10 seconds he did it for. He wasn’t sure if he had precum, and he didn’t penetrate me. I did take a plan b for precautionary measures. But is it possible I can get pregnant from these factors.

 

Hi Kitty!

 

Thanks for trusting AlterHéros for your question.

 

The chances to get pregnant this way are low, but there’s still a small chance that this could happen. Even if your boyfriend didn’t ejaculate, you could still get seminal fluid on your vulva and there could be a really small chance that this fluid could go up to your uterus. 

 

However, your good reflex to take a plan B makes the possibility of a pregnancy drop to almost zero! I can’t tell you that there is a 0% chance, since there are some very small risks, such as the possible presence of pre-seminal fluid and the plan B that is not always 100% effective (like any other contraception).

 

If you’re still worried about it, you could get a pregnancy test in any pharmacy, clinic or hospital to be absolutely sure.

 

Finally, for the next time, I suggest you use a condom with your boyfriend, even if there’s no penetration. This way, there would be no stress about the chances to get pregnant and you would also avoid getting a blood-borne and sexual transmitted infection (BBSTI)!

 

I hope this answered your question. Feel free to contact us again anytime. 🙂

 

Émilie (she/her), for AlterHéros

 


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About Émilie Grandmont

Émilie is a bisexual and polyamorous woman. She has a a bachelor's degree in sexology from UQAM. She entered the program with the goal of learning more about sexual and gender diversity, sexual health and intersectional sex education. Today, she wants to help survivors of sexual assault and offer an inclusive and safe listening experience to anyone in the LGBTQIA2S+ community. Her friends would describe her as an animal lover, afraid of butterflies and hard to wake up in the wee hours of the morning.