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Whether the girl is fertile or not, if the penis was briefly entered in the vagina, but with 4 layers of clothes in between, is pregnancy likely?

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Dr. Tiffanie Noonan
Pediatrics 20 years experience
Condom...: How can there be 4 layers of clothes between genitalia during intercourse-actual penetration/sex or just close contact/making out? I'm going to remind you that pregnancy is ALWAYS possible when one chooses to have sex.Educate yourself as to the most reliable ways of birth control.Permeable clothes that can move,leak,etc are not reliable at all are are not considered "safe sex". Use a condom.

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A female asked about a 20-year-old female:

Whether fertile or not, if the penis was briefly entered in the vagina BUT with 4 layers of clothes in between, is pregnancy likely? or a risk?

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Dr. William Coutts ii
Family Medicine 26 years experience
Yes: If you have sex, even briefly, a woman can get pregnant. You should take a pregnancy test in 7 to 10 days. If it is positive, then get prenatal care started. If it is negative, then repeat the test in one week. If it is then positive get prenatal care started, if second test is negative then you are probably not pregnant. Those who have sex will be called parents!

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Last updated Feb 13, 2015

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