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I have been seeing this guy for a few months. We have played around but not had sex. I am a virgin and he is not. The other day we were playing around and we almost went all the way but he didn't penetrate. He didn't have protection and I want to know how high the risk is of me being pregnant. He tried but didn't go all the way and there was a mess but I don't know if any went in or if it was just on. He says he is sterile and I believe him. One other question is if he is sterile can he become un-sterile and how accurate are the tests...his last one was about a year and a half ago. Please help...Thank you!
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If semen or pre-ejaculate got onto your vulva, then you do have a potential pregnancy risk. You also have an STD risk.

Regarding his "sterility": it's very rare for a teenager or young man to have any disease or condition that would make him 100% sterile.

I don't mean to make you paranoid, but we've had cases on the board before of guys claiming to be "sterile" in order to avoid using condoms.

So unless you've actually spoken to his doctor or seen his test results, you might want to take his claims with a pinch of salt.

In any case, even if he was sterile, that still wouldn't prevent him from carrying or transmitting STDs.

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