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Nomada90
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Hello,
I have a question: About a week ago, I gave my bf a handjob, but he didn't ejaculate. I was using lubricant at the time. Afterwards, I put my hand with lubricant on it on his stomach for about a minute or two. Then, probably about five minutes later, I started kissing around the upper part of his chest. I stopped when I realized that I was kissing close to the area where I had put my hand. I am now worried that my lips may have come in contact with the lubricant, even though it had been on fingers and had probably dried out. My bf hadn't ejaculated, still there may have been pre-ejaculate. Is there any reason to worry about getting STIs? My bf has only had me as his partner. Thanks

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Hi there,

It doesn't sound like you've had any STI risks from what you describe. Have you and your boyfriend ever been tested for STIs? If not, it may be worth considering to rule them out and help you feel better about sexual activity.

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Thank you very much for the reply Firefly. We are planning to get tested, which will definitely help me feel less anxious.
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