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caseydanielle95
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Today is the second day of my period. I was giving my boyfriend manual and oral sex and then he came. We wiped off my hands and his stomach etc. I had pants and underwear on and a bra but no shirt. The towel we had used to clean off the ejaculate was on the bed and when I went to get on the bed the towel touched my lower abdomen above my pants but under my belly button. I could feel that it was wet but I didn't proceed to wipe it off for some reason. It was not a lot for if it was I know that I would have wiped it off. I do believe I laid on my stomach after that on the bed, and then a few minutes later I put a shirt back on. I was wondering what the pregnancy risk was? (No hands touched my vagina at any point in time, I am simply worried it was somehow able to travel down to my vagina? My pants are a bit big so they don't exactly push against my stomach to prevent something from going down there. But I did have underwear on and a pad and tampon. I know it may sound ridiculous. What are my risks?)
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Casey, can you take a look at this article: Can I Get Pregnant, or Get or Pass On an STI From That?

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caseydanielle95
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I have. many many times, hence why I said I can't find its class anywhere...
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Robin Lee
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Can you maybe fill us in on what you're confused about after reading that article? It'll be easier for us to help if we know what information you feel like you still don't have. The article makes clear, for example, what *does* pose a pregnancy risk. Do you think the activity you've described here falls under that criteria?

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I guess not. So basically what you're getting at is that it isn't a risk? I was just wanting a yes or no answer on this, thanks xoxo.
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Casey, we have found that it is more beneficial to our users if they can understand why something does or does not pose a risk, rather than us just saying "yes" or "no". If you understand the reason for our answer, you can remember it next time and won't have to come back every time you think you might have had a risk, because you'll have all the informationy you need to make these decisions for yourself.

So, if you'll look through that article again, you'll see that we list all of the ways in which it is possible for someone to get pregnant. If your scenario is not on that list, then that means that it is not a way in which someone can get pregnant.

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Well since every situation is unique, I wasn't quite sure. But thanks so much for your help
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When it comes to how pregnancy does and doesn't happen, every situation isn't unique. That is, no matter who the people are, or what they're doing, the ways they could or couldn't become pregnant are still the same.

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