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Crimson923
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IF someone could answer this i would really feel relieved. Ok my gf gave me a hj and i ejaculated into my hand i then went to the bathroom and washed it off with soap and water twice for about 30 seconds and then dried it well. I then waited around 5 minutes and began to finger her. Is there any risk of pregnancy? Also If by any chance i somehow missed a spot or got some on my hand after washing (such a small amount it couldnt be seen or felt) is there still a chance even if my hand was completly dry before touching her? Please answer. Thanx.
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If you washed your hand with soap and then dried them, you pretty much have no pregnancy risk. Sperm is not that resilient.

To avoid such doubts in the future, use a condom for manual sex.

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