my boyfriend came over on thursday and i ended up giving him a hand job and he fingered me. he had pre-cum of course and at one point he jacked himself off and then fingered me again with the same hand. my period was due on saturday. i never got it saturday. he came over again on saturday night and again we ended up fooling around. i gave him a blow job and a hand job again and he fingered me again. this time he had me finger myself after i was handeling his penis with the pre-cum....(i think thats what it was)
saturday night after he left i had very lil bleeding so i thought it might be the start of my period but it hurt a lot. well today is sunday and still no period yet- but some discharge which looks like a light color red.
is there any possible way i could be pregnant? is it normal for a period to be outta whack after fooling around?!?!?
PLEASE HELP! im soo confused and very scared and worried!!!!!
quote:If your fingers or hands came into contact with pre-ejaculate (pre-cum) or semen (ejaculate, "cum"), either your own or your partner's, did you touch your female partner's genitals or insert your finger(s) into her vagina (or touch your own genitals/insert your finger(s) into your vagina if you are female) while there was still pre-ejaculate or semen on your fingers or hands?
If YES, then you have a MODERATE to HIGH risk of pregnancy. See your health care provider for a pregnancy test and an STD screening.
In other words, both incidents leave you with a pregnancy risk (and an STD risk), as pre-ejaculate could have been transferred to your vulva on his hand (or your hand).
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