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Kashu
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I asked this already but I'm still concerned. So my bf ejeculated. And without washing hands fingered me. But he used a tissue to wipe his hands. He's pretty sure that his hands were dry. But I'm not sure. He went really deep which scares me even more. I read the article pregnant scare and I'm aware of the infections manual sex can cause. I'm supposed to have my period sometime next week. I'm really stressed out. Because I'm aware that the chance of pregnancy is very low. But I just need to know the percent chance.
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Thank you for starting your own topic.
Sperm is very very fragile. The action of wiping and drying would kill the sperm. Has it been at least 10-14 days since the incident? If so, then you could take a pregnancy test to back up what we've told you. Otherwise, you can wait until your period (remember they are not a precise as clockwork for arrival time).

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Kashu
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No it's only been about 5 days. And how do u knw wen your ovulating?? Also I have clear/white discharge from the area. This isnt new but scares me.
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Kashu,
Please relax. Here is an atricle about it. Since you are sexualy active and so scared about pregnancy, have you considered starting to use any of the several forms of birth control?

Fertility Awareness (FAM)

Birth Control Bingo!

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Also, to be safer next time, he can wear latex (or non-latex) gloves the next time he fingers you. They don't really compromise sensation and they come in colors like blue and purple. [Smile]
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Kashu
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Thank you. I appreciate all of this. However. I haven't gotten an answer. Do I have a chance if pregnancy as of right now?
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Also, birth control? I'm not planning in having sex for awhile. I'm 16. And I have just started manual, and oral sex. Is birth controlled recomended still?
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Your chance of pregnancy is really quite non-existent. You can take a pregnancy test just in case, but rest assured, you really should be fine.
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Okay thank you very much. I'm planning on waiting for my period. And take a test in a week and a half...
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Kashu,
You were told on the other post that there weren’t any risks and I told you that his wiping and drying his hands would kill the sperm! I only suggested taking a test to help you calm down.
Yes, some form of birth control is recommended since you are sexually active and for your future peace of mind! Birth control does not just mean the pill; using condoms/barriers are some of the many forms available and the easiest to get. Used properly, condoms/barriers should be fine for manual and oral. As to the other forms, please read that article and see if any other form is needed for you; also consider your peace of mind besides the obvious prevention reliability.

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Okay thank you. I will look into the different forms of birth control
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Your Welcome. It is better to be proactive and prevent than scared and uncertain. Let us know if you need more help. [Smile]

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Yes this website has answered a lot of my questions so thank you again. Even though I understand that there isn't a risk of pregnancy in this situation. I think I'm more worried if there was actual semen on my bfs hand. He wouldn't lie. But he is careless sometimes.
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I recieved a normal period. Bt now about two weeks later I'm feeling lightheaded. Dizzy lower back pain and sickness. Wats going on?
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I am happy to hear that you have had your period and have been able to remove all doubt. [Smile]
As to your new symptoms, I highly recommend that you get checked by your Dr. soon. I can reassure you that they have nothing to do with your being pregnant or not, but we are not Drs here. Even if we were, we could not diagnose anything over the internet.

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Haha yes I was very happy. But with these symptoms I got very confused. As always I thot I cud b pregnant. But I'm glad to hear that's not it. I will definetly go and see a doctor. I was just worried bcuz I didn't want these to be early stages of pregnancy
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Ok so I took a test today and it came out negative. But why am I still so afraid? I feel like I still am prgnant. And I feel like I'm making my body have pregnant like symtoms...
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This article talks about that: Pregnancy Scared?

Have you read it yet?

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Yes I have
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