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okay so my boyfriend has fingerd me before and i have gave him a handjob. now everytime we do this i still will have my clothes on and so will he..last time we had done this was 6.22,,he fingerd me for a while and i gave him a handjob..he didn't come or anything for a while.and when he did cum, he cumed on my chest area..after he had cumed he never fingerd me again after concern is that my period was due sometime from 6.25-to now 6.30 it usally comes at the end of the month..we have never had sexual intercoarse just fooled around with like fingering and my period just late for some odd reason or could i be pregnant..and i need to know what to do.please help me!!!!!!!

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The only time there is any pregnancy risk is if semen or pre-ejaculate has come in contact with the vulva.

From what you've described it doesn't sound like you had any risk. There are a number of other reasons periods can be skipped or late, especially when you're younger. So unless you have had semen or pre-ejaculate come in contact with your vulva, you don't need to worry about pregnancy.

To ease your worries in the future, have him put on a condom for any type of sexual activity, that way there isn't anywhere for the semen to go except in the condom. Also, it's wise to wear latex gloves and use lubrication for manual sex on you, as to reduce the risk of irritation and abrasions in or outside of the vagina. Plus, you should both be washing your hands before this sort of act anyway, as hands just carry germs in the first place.

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