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I haven't had sex, only manual. Only once have I touched my boyfriend, and afterwards did not touch myself. Before touching me, he only "pulled himself out". Can you tell you tell if you have cum or pre-cum on your hands? Because I didn't feel any, so it doesn't seem like any sperm could've be transferred. Either way, can I get pregnant? My period is about 2 weeks late, I'm very worried. I know a test would make me feel better, but I feel like I haven't even done anything.
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First, manual sex very much is sex. It can pose STD/STI risks and, as you've noticed, pregnancy risks. What's The Risk? - Five Easy Pregnancy Risk Assessment Flow Charts can give you an idea of how much risk you have. In any event, taking a pregnancy test is a good idea -- it will either allow you to relax or give you time to think your choices over.

In the future practicing safer sex is a very good idea.

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