I'm kind of in a stuck situation right now. Well, my boyfriend and I have been messing around, I guess you can call it dry sex...only it is unclothed. My problem is, that when it got into the heat of things...I felt a very wet sensation around my vagina...I'm not sure if it was from my vaginal discharge, or if he ejaculated..he told me that he did not feel anything come out. Would he definately feel it? or, could some come out, and him not know? I just don't want to get pregnant...is there a risk?
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Hello, Pre-ejaculate can be secreted from the penis when it is erect without him noticing and pre-ejaculate can contain sperm. So it is possible that you have a pregnancy risk if pre-ejaculate got on your vulva. See here: http://scarleteen.com/reproduction/preg_risk_dry.html I'd advise buying a home pregnancy test just in case.
So to prevent a STD/ pregnancy risk in the future, use a condom and other barriers in the future. Safe, Sound, And Sexy
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If your boyfriend's penis is coming into contact with your vaginal area without there being some kind of barrier there (clothes, condom, etc.), then you are at risk for both pregnancy and STDs, even if he doesn't ejaculate (although your risk is certainly lower if he doesn't ejaculate).
I'd advise using a condom if you're going to have dry sex -- it'll reduce both risks.
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