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I am very concerned with a paricular event that occured while my girlfriend and I were sharing an intimate moment with eachother... It never occured to us that although she is a virgin and both of us are going to remain abstinant before we marry we could still find ourselves with a child without intercourse. She had offered me manual sex and it had goten on her body. I wiped it off of her body. A while later I ended up giving her manual sex as well.. The ejaculate release was now dry and had been that way for some time. I didnt even think about it until later. Her and I both are intended for marriage but do not want a child until our education is complete... She we concider the contriceptive concidering this was just last night when everyhting happen... Or just realise that it wasnt a good idea and we should discover ourselves in another mannor for it is risky and may lead to more uneasy situations? Thank You Scarleteen.
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From your post, I can't figure out exactly what happened, so I'm going to send you over to our Pregnancy Risk Assessment Flow Charts so you can see the risks for yourself.

In a nutshell, if there was direct genital contact of any sort, or if any ejaculate or pre-ejaculate came into contact with her vulva, then you have a pregnancy risk, and you might want to consider Emergency Contraception . If neither of those things happened, then you have no pregnancy risk, although you do have a substantial STD/STI risk, as lack of previous partners does not guarantee lack of diseases or bacteria.

Additionally, all forms of sex can carry pregnancy and/or STD risks -- and by sex, we mean manual sex, oral sex, and dry sex, not just penis-in-vagina intercourse. So regardless of when or where, if you're going to engage in ANY sort of sex, you'd do well to make sure you know the risks involved and take the appropriate precautions. If you have a look around this site, you'll find a wealth of information on how to do that.

Kythryne Aisling
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