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Can you get pregnant with without having sex

6 answers
2 years ago
I have never had sex or a boyfriend or anything like that. I know this sounds crazy but my boobs are swollen I'm late on my period and I get nauseous, I'm tried too!

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2 years ago
You can get pregnant without having sex, but its very rare. For that to happen you would have to come in contact with semen. If you were fooling around without clothes on and he came near your vagina it could happen, but odds are your not pregnant.
2 years ago
It is not sign of getting  pregnant it show you are got excited much, that's why this delay ...just accept the changes and enjoy yourself .. 
2 years ago
It is not sign of getting  pregnant it show you are got excited much, that's why this delay ...just accept the changes and enjoy yourself .. 
2 years ago
Nope, You need sperm to fertalize the egg to make a baby, that can only happen one way. I'm no doctor but I know that unless you are carrying a second Jesus, it's impossible.
2 years ago
Like gollymissmolly said, you need sperm in order to get pregnant. That comes from a boy/man. So, if you have really never had sex, have never been raped, have never had someone's penis near your vagina, you are not pregnant.Hormonal changes are normal, especially during puberty, and they can cause irregularities in your cycle, and they can cause new PMS-type symptoms. So don't worry, what you've described sounds normal. But, if you came hoping to find some miracle that you can use to explain to someone (your parents, etc.) without having to admit to having sex, you're out of luck. Sorry.
2 years ago
yes you can! ppl have got pregnant from hottubs and other weird stories google it!

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