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Greenday68
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Hi, I am 16 and my girlfriend is 16, and we had sex. Before I put on the condom, i noticed some precum on my penis, so I wiped it onto my pants, and then put on the condom. We had sex for about five minutes, and I pulled out before cumming, while wearing a condom. My question is that I wiped the precum on my pants, then without washing my hands, put on the condom. Could some precum have gotten on the condom, or did wiping it on my pants take care of it? What are our risk of pregnancy? Thank you.
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Robin Lee
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HI Greenday68 and welcome to Scarleteen!

Could you have a read-through of the information at this link first, please? There's a lot of detail about what does and doesn't pose a pregnancy risk.


http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/ultimatebb.php?/ubb/get_topic/f/27/t/027786.html

If you have more questions, please come on back and we'll discuss them. [Smile]

Thank you.

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