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worriedboy123
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I have a concern about manual sex.

My girlfriend and I engage in manual sex pretty often. I use insert my fingers into her vagina and she uses her hands on me. We both wash our hands before and after touching each other.

The other day, I ejaculated and I cleaned up using my hands. I touched my own cum but then I washed my hands two times to make sure I got it off. I then used my fingers for manual sex on her.

I'm wondering whats the risk of pregnancy. Both of us wash our hands thoroughly after touching each others' genitals/fluids.


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Lin
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There is a non-existent to extremely low pregnancy risk judging from what you described. I would say you need not be worried this time round. To spare you and your gf from worrying next time? Invest in some latex gloves and water-based lubricant. They not only make manual sex feel alot better, they also largely reduce STD and pregnancy risks.

If you and your gf have not been checked and cleared for STDs, I suggest you do so as soon as possible because unprotected manual sex carries an STD risk as well.


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