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Last night I was fingering my girlfriend, she went to the bathroom and while she was in the bathroom I put my hand down my boxers and touched the end of my penis to see if there was pre-cum, which there was. There would only have been a tiny spot of pre-cum on the end of one of my fingers. She came back into the room a couple of minutes later and I started fingering her again, which was stupid I know. I realised after about 5 seconds and stopped and went and washed my hands. I was worried about the risk of pregnancy. I had not ejaculated for over 24 hours when the incident took place and I have urinated several times. What are the risks? Should my gf take EC? It has not yet been 48 hours yet.
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Your question was answered here:;f=28;t=003828;p=1#000004

Please do not double-post. It is against the guidelines you agreed to when you signed up here.

As was indicated, there is no need for EC. Unless your hand was wet with ejaculate or pre-ejaculate when you touched your partner, there is just no risk.

[ 12-09-2007, 02:29 PM: Message edited by: KittenGoddess ]

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