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Mayday
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Hey !

Im still a virgin and i choose to wait a while before having sec but ive practiced oral sex before. So it just hit me a week after giving my boyfriend head. He didn't come at alllllll but then he reciprocated but didn't finger me, then I took over but I didnt finger myself, it was just the clit area. (I don't like being fingered)
Could I be pregnant ? We washed our hands after we were done and everything. And what are the chanes of being pregnant from a cumless hand job ?

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Hey, Mayday and welcome to the boards! Have you had a chance to read: Afraid You Might Be Pregnant? Read this first. yet?

From the situation you have described, there is no risk. There needs to be direct contact between a penis and a vagina, or a vagina and fresh sperm, in order for there to be a pregnancy risk. There is more info in the link above.

[ 03-09-2012, 10:25 PM: Message edited by: moonlight bouncing off water ]

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This does make me feel less stressed, but just to reconfirm the "no risk" my hand was dry when I touched myself, completely dry.. Does that make it even more risk free ?
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Have you read the link?

There's no such thing as more risk free than absolutely risk free, so no, it is impossible for that to make you more risk free.

Would you like to talk about why you're so concerned about pregnancy?

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I just read the link, and the read the part about how you could get pregnant without penetration only if seamen goes in. So I'm a lot less stressed. What's making me worry is that even if my hand was dry I would "somehow" have Seamen (if men don't feel pre cum come out). Something is else i didn't mention: he didn't touch himself before touching me, it took me about 2 minutes to take over. After reading the forum, I realized since I didn't finger myself there would be no way anything could enter.
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Semen is actually the fluid that comes out when a man ejaculates. Semen contains sperm. Semen does not come out with precum. By definition precum occurs before ejaculation.

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Sorry to bother you again but even though I know their was no fluid contact and after we have oral sex or manual stimulation without ejaculation. my hands are dry when I touch my myself after or I would spend some time just making out and then touch myself. Is there anything wrong with my excessive worrying? Could that stress cause my period to come late? I'm suppose to get it in a few days and I'm
Nervous I won't.

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Well, excessive worrying is never fun, especially when you already know that the thing you are worried about has no chance of happening.

Do you want to talk about what it is that you are afraid of? What would happen if you were pregnant?

Stress can affect your period. But if your period doesn't show up when it's due, you can also go ahead and take a pregnancy test then, as well. Either way, you'll know for sure in a few days.

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It's against my religion,culture,everything is wrong about me getting pregnant especially because I am a virgin, I even think my hymen is intact. My parent would probably never talk to me again an refuse to accept me as they daughter, it' pretty bad.I don't even want to think about having a pregnancy test if their is no risk at all from what I've done. It's bizarre to assume this when I have never had sex or had ejaculation near the area when it's uncovered, so getting a pregnancy yet would be very scary.
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You are right that no contact between your genitals and a penis, and no contact between ejaculate and your genitals means that there is no risk of pregnancy.

It sounds like getting pregnant right now is not okay for you for a lot of reasons. I hear that you worry about the kinds of sexual activities you do engage in even though you know that they can't cause a pregnancy risk. It's always okay to decide that you want to change the kinds of things you do with your boyfriend so you don't have to be so nervous and worried all the time. Worrying, as I think you know, doesn't lead to feeling good.

As to your period, am I understanding correctly that it is due soon but isn't late yet?

I also want to address something you said above, that your hymen is intact. Virginity means a lot of different things to different people, but the hymen, or what we now call the corona, is very different than a lot of people think it is. It's a membrane and is rarely solid; that is, it's rarely something that can actually be broken.

Here's some reading material that will make this clearer:

My Corona: The Anatomy Formerly Known as the Hymen & the Myths That Surround It

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