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katie gurl
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i was straddling my boyfriend last night, with no pants or underwear on. he had his jeans on, but pulled them down so that i could give him a handjob. i was sitting on his jeans the entire time, & when he came i made sure i aimed it towards his stomach. right about when he finished i leaped off of him & we stood there for about 3 seconds listening making sure no parents were coming downstairs. i had cum on my right hand, so i picked up my underwear & jeans with my left hand. i followed him into the garage, & maneuvered myself into my underwear with my left hand ONLY. then he handed me a papertowel, where i wiped all of the cum off & picked up my jeans with my left hand, then held it with my right hand, turned them inside out with my right hand (while holding them in my left) & then put them on with my right hand only. right after that i went upstairs to wash my hands thoroughly with soap.

i know this may sound stupid, but do i have any pregnancy risk? i wasn't worried until my boyfriend started getting nervous. i wiped my hand really well, is it possible that maybe the cum would have dripped onto my underwear at a point?

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Hi katie gurl, welcome to Scarleteen!

I don't see any pregnancy risk from what you describe. Sperm is actually quite fragile, and wouldn't survive so many contacts with different things. In order to have a viable pregnancy risk, you need either direct genital contact or ejaculation directly on the vulva/vagina, which doesn't sound like what happened here. In the future to avoid this worry, you could use a condom for all sexual activity (which is just a good thing to do anyway), and wash your hands after being in contact with semen.

Hope this helps!

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katie gurl
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thank you so much!
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You can find condoms (in America not sure about other countries) with the school nurse or at a pharmacy or with your doctor. Their not supposed to contact your parents about it either.
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