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cherishbaby
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I'm a little paranoid, and as I've already mentioned in my previous posts, I have an anxiety disorder.

Yesterday, after a week long of arguments, my boyfriend and I finally made up and talked about all our problems, and how we feel about his lying and everything else. That being said, we started making out and fooling around. My jeans NEVER came off and I asked him not to finger me because I was not comfortable due to my paranoia from getting fingered and getting pregnant.

So anyway, we started making out, and all my clothes and jeans stayed on. At one point, I was touching his penis and noticed precum got on my hands so I wiped it off on his seat and my jeans (we were in his car) and I knew it went dry a couple seconds later. However, I don't know if he touched the base of his dick to make it stand up completely straight. At one point, he was rubbing my back underneath my clothes and then he hand went in the back of my jeans onto my buttcheek. His hand only went about an inch past the top of my buttcrack. If there was any precum on his hand from beforehand, would it have been able to slide down that far and up into my vagina to make me pregnant?

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Robin Lee
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How did the discussion about his lying go?

Yes, you have mentioned you have an anxiety disorder. Are you receiving any sort of treatment? Do you think it would be helpful for you to discuss these pregnancy fears with a counsellor?

Any fluid that might have been on your boyfriend's hand would have dried. Once it dries, it can't move. The only risk you need to worry about with ejaculate is if his genitals or ejaculate are in direct contact with your vulva.
Here's a handy reference that we're asking everyone to read when they have concerns about pregnancy risks.

http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/ultimatebb.php?/ubb/get_topic/f/28/t/006958.html

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cherishbaby
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So there is no risk, Robin? [Frown] And if it counts, as soon as I got home, i sanitized my hands twice and then washed it repeatedly 5 times after, each time for about 30-45 seconds (yes, I was standing at the sink washing my hands for about 5 minutes). That would have killed all the sperm/pre-cum correct?
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Robin Lee
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No, there was no risk.

and....


The sperm was already dead on your hands. A simple but thorough handwashing would have been sufficient. Here's so good info on handwashing, sex, sperm life, etc.

http://www.scarleteen.com/article/body/the_simple_and_underrrated_art_of_washing_your_hands

Can we talk about your anxiety some more?

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