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Lexjrey
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My girlfriend gave me a bj and swallowed and I think I touched my penis after is it possible I could have got sperm on my fingers and got her pregnant from fingering?i know its highly unlikely but I want to see what people have to say because I have been stressing out!
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Karybu
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Could you have a read through this page first, please? http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/ultimatebb.php?/ubb/get_topic/f/28/t/007116.html

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Lexjrey
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I read through it and im still worried. Could you give me your opinion?
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Robin Lee
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As the page that Karybu linked you to says, we really want people to be able to learn how to evaluate their own level of risk.

So, based on what you've read, what is your understanding of what constitutes a pregnancy risk? How would you evaluate your own risk based on what you have learned can lead to pregnancy?

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Lexjrey
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From what ive read a pregnancy risk is not very likely unless there is direct genital to genital
contact or sperm is deposited directly on the vulva. But Im still worried i have no clue why.

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Saffron Raymie
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Do you think you're 100% read to engage in the sex you took part in? It could be that you're worried about this because it isn't something you feel comfortable with yet, because you don't fully trust that your partner won't become pregnant from oral sex or manual sex (sex with hands)?

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Lexjrey
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I dont think im ready honestly and we have agreed to wait for anything else. But is pregnancy from this really unlikely it just seems likely with so many people getting pregnant.
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Robin Lee
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What do you mean by "so many people getting pregnant"?

As you said above, direct contact between a bare penis and a bare vulva is really necessary for there to be a pregnancy risk. Alternatively, a risk could come from direct contact between a vulva and freshly ejaculated semen, direct meaning that there were no stops between the ejaculation and it landing on the vulva.

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Lexjrey
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Im talking about when it first happened and i went on google...

So if it made stops on the way to the vagina there is no risk and especially if it was 10-20 minutes after correct?

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Onionpie
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Well, not everything you come across on google is always going to be 100% reliable. As I'm sure you know already, on the internet it's easy to leave out crucial parts of a story, and you can never be sure whether the person telling it is being completely honest or not. So, to keep your peace of mind, I'd suggest only using trusted medical websites for information like this from now on [Smile]

And yep, what you said there is 100% correct!

[ 08-29-2012, 09:41 PM: Message edited by: Onionpie ]

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Lexjrey
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Thank you this is what i needed. i feel some of the answers on PlannedParenthood are very vague and hard to understand. but here you guys just straight up tell people the truth and it helps a lot.
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