Question about pre-cum?

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Question about pre-cum?

Unread postby horsegirl5665 » Sun May 13, 2018 1:03 pm

So two days ago, I gave my boyfriend a handjob for the first time. He finished himself off, so I know there's no way any cum got on my hand, but I don't know if any pre-cum did or not. I don't remember my hand feeling wet, so I'm starting to think there was none on my hand. Around 15-20 minutes later, I went to the bathroom to pee and (stupidly) wiped using that hand without washing it first. Is there any pregnancy risk from this? He peed around 10 minutes before the handjob, which I've heard means that there would be no sperm in his pre-cum. I've heard a lot of conflicting things about whether this specific scenario poses a pregnancy risk or not, and I really just need a straight forward answer to help ease my mind. Thanks!

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Re: Question about pre-cum?

Unread postby Heather » Sun May 13, 2018 1:23 pm

Hey there, horsegirl.

Our policy is that:
We will not answer ANY questions about pregnancy fear or anxiety in our direct services from users who are not pregnant or who are not or have not otherwise been directly involved with an actual pregnancy.

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We CAN and WILL talk about things like:
• choosing and using a method or methods of contraception for any future sexual activity
• creating your own sexual limits and boundaries based on your needs and/or presenting them to any partners
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