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Paranoia and Poison
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Hello, I'm Rubii, My boyfriend and I were just joking around when he had rubbed aganist me, we were both naked. He had not masterbated earlier, or ejaculated, but his penis had rubbed against my clitoris and barely grazed my anus. However, there was a a verrrryyy tiny almost unnoticable drop of precum on his penis, am i at risk of pregnancy?

thank you so much, i've been researching this all day and i need some peace of mind

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Karybu
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Genital contact does pose a risk of pregnancy, but in this case your risk is very low. STIs are the major concern here.

Have you read our Pregnancy Scared? article yet? It should help clear up for you what presents a risk and what does not.

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Paranoia and Poison
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Thank you so much
I'd hate to bother you, but my poor boyfriend is having a heart attack about this. So the penis (with a verrrry tiny amount of precum) must go in or around my actual "hole" to make me pregnant?

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sorry again...as a sidenote my boyfriend's brother and his father claim that i am not pregnant..his brother has ejacualated around and near his wife's vagina and she has never gotten pregnant (without birth control)..can i be sure that i'm okay without worrying?
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I wouldn't base anything on what happens with your boyfriend's brother and his wife - everyone's body is different, and it may be that they've just gotten lucky up to this point.

In order for a pregnancy risk to exist, there has to be direct contact between your vulva (the outside part of your genitals) or vagina and pre-ejaculate or ejaculate. With pre-ejaculate only, the risk is very low, but not non-existent: you can figure in this case that your protection is about the same as that for withdrawal used perfectly (96%). Again, there is a risk, but it's a very low one. STIs are a much bigger concern here.

Have you and your boyfriend had any conversations about safer sex? When clothes start coming off, even if you're not having intercourse, it's generally a good time to start talking about safer sex practices and get started with those.

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after this scare i am definetly going to talk to him about safe sex...we were fooling around and i see now that it can lead to something serious

would it be wiser to fool around (no intercourse) with a condom on? just to be safe? i will also check for STI as well, but as you can imagine pregnancy is my greatest fear

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Anytime there's the potential of genital contact, a condom is a good idea. Especially since it sounds like it would make you feel a lot more comfortable in terms of potential risk.

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thank you very much. I am concerned with the risk of STIs currently. but im extremely relieved that my pregnancy risk is very low (4% risk that i am pregnant? that's what i believe you said) i really want to protect myself after this. Thank you again for taking time to clear this up with me
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Yep, about 4%. And glad to help. [Smile]

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