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rivacom
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Ok, tonight me and my gf were having alot of fights etc etc... anyway we ended up almost having sex.. i was kneeling abover her stomach/chest area with my pants down and she had hers... I stopped myself and told her we should not do this. After i realized there was some precum on her belly, although i didnt feel any below that we paniced and now were scared that something is wrong... in the morning were going to go get the morning after pill... Are we over reacting? No direct contact was made between my penis and her. should we forget the pill? The 20th will mark 2 years of dating and i dont want something like this ruining our relationship... So sooner the response the better. Thanks for every that can help
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Heather
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If you know for certain that:
a) There was no direct genital contact and
b) Your semen had no contact with her vulva, then you do not have a pregnancy or STI risk.

That given, I see no need for the MAP.

Just as an aside, sex while you're fighting tends to be a recipe for disaster more times than not. Might want to have a look at: Safer Sex... For Your Heart.

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rivacom
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quote:
b) Your semen had no contact with her vulva, then you do not have a pregnancy or STI risk.


Just to clear it up, this means precum too? or is that not considered semen?

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Heather
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My fault, I was unclear.

Pre-ejaculatory fluid is not semen, though it can contain sperm. If NEITHER semen nor pre-ejaculate came in contact with her vulva, you do not have a risk.

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