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hahahab
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Me and my boyfriend had oral sex with each other. Then he fingered me with precum and saliva in it. But, before he done that he held the pillow and the blanket so that it will be comfortable for us. I assure that there is no genitals contact. And when he ejaculated it is far from my vulva since I'm at his side. I'm really worried since my period is delayed for a week now. It's natural for me to be delayed since it's been happening before. But me and my boyfriend are really worried. I'm stressed out for almost a month now because I'm thinking I can be pregnant. I need advice please.
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Hi, Hahahab, and welcome! There's no pregnancy risk from what you describe - sperm can't co-create a pregnancy if it had any stops on the way from a penis to a vulva or vagina. Pre-ejaculate also only contains low numbers of, or no, sperm.

You might find this article helpful, particularly the first and last sections:
http://www.scarleteen.com/article/advice/pregnancy_scared

Overall, hand-washing before someone puts hands on their own or someone else's genitals is good hygiene practice, reducing the chance of any harmful bacteria getting onto or into genitals. It can also help for peace of mind that there is no pregnancy risk - but as I said, there's no risk in what you described, even without hand-washing.

If your period is delayed, but you have no other health symptoms or concerns, that's nothing to worry about, as it's common for people to have some variation sometimes.

If you have any further questions, you're very welcome to ask.

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hahahab
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Thank you Redskies. I have another question if you don't mind. Uhmm. Will I still take a pregnancy test or no need for it? If yes, when is the best time to take it? Thank you again! [Smile]
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You're welcome.

Technically, if we didn't do anything that could possibly create a pregnancy, then we don't need to take a pregnancy test, because we couldn't possibly be pregnant.

Some people who still feel concerned might feel better from seeing a negative result on a pregnancy test, and there's nothing wrong with taking a test for that reason. A pregnancy test is accurate 14 days after a risk (or an event that wasn't a risk but that we're still concerned about), or when our period is late or missed. Anyone taking a pregnancy test should follow the instructions that come with the test.

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