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can you get pregnant by tuching your self?

10 answers
1 year ago
I want to know if you can get pregnant by touching your self because I touch my self a lot an sence I haven't have my period sence 2 months so I want to know if its possible.

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1 year ago
Nope.
1 year ago
No way! But not having your period for 2 months is not healthy. Go to a gynachologist (doctor).
1 year ago
No, it's impossible. But I do recommend going to a gynochologist to see why you're not having periods.
1 year ago
No. And like the others, I recommend you see your doctor to find out why you aren't having periods.
1 year ago
You need sperm from a man to get pregnant. 
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1 year ago
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1 year ago
No. You can`t get pregnant like this. Have you heared of free pregnancy test? You can do it if you don`t believe us, but I think you should go to the doctor because it is not normal what is happening with you.
11 months ago
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