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jaykay
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hi, just recently i penetrated my boyfriend's penis and my hand came in contact with pre-cum (pre-ejaculation). Then, after we stopped the 'session' i did not wash my hands but touched some other things (bags, keys, etc). then i went to take a shower and touched my vagina while washing. Is there a chance that i could be pregnant?
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Milke
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What do you mean when you say you 'penetrated' his penis?
If you simply touched it, then I'd say your chances are extremely slim, to not-at-all, since sperm are not extremely hardy, and would be remarkably unlikely to survive friction (touching stuff), AND running water.

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jaykay
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What i meant by penatrating was i touched and hand-job it but not to the point where he ejaculated. I felt the pre-cum coming out and used the substance to play along with his penis. Thank you for your notification that sperms are unlikely to survive friction and running water. But can i be pretty sure that there's no chance of pregnancy?
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-Jill
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Yes, it sounds like there is little to no risk. However, using latex gloves in the future is an excellent idea - it will help prevent another situation like this and protect against STIs. Ckeck out Safe, Sound & Sexy – A Safer Sex How-To for more.
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jaykay
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Thankk youu soo much!
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By the way, to "penetrate" something is to put something else inside it. When it comes to sex, "penetration" usually means putting a penis (or fingers, or a sex toy, or whatever) inside a vagina or an anus.

So unless you somehow got your fingers inside your boyfriend's penis, you would not be "penetrating his penis" .


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hihihihi thank you for the language correction...
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