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lady in red
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Hi, I have a couple questions to ask:

a) I gave a hand job to my partner, he ejaculated, then I went to the bathroom and washed my hands (quite in a hurry since I had to go pee so Im not sure how well I washed them) and finally wet pee and wiped myself.

b) We had dry sex, me wearing panties and jeans on and he wearing boxers and sweatpants (I noticed thre were some wet spots on his garments, but I cant tell for sure if he ejaculated this time) I was wearing a thin pad which at the end of the day was not placed correctly.

Can I be pregnant?
Situation A happened on friday & situation B on saturday. Should I take EC?

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Leabug
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Neither situation presents any pregnancy risk. Washing your hands eliminated any risk in the first situation (and even so, most women don't generally do things like insert fingers dripping with fresh sperm into themselves as part of toileting practises- which is the only way that would create a risk). And with the second situation, sperm simply aren't able to swim through 4 layers of fabric PLUS a pad.

So, no need for EC at all! [Smile]

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Thank you so much for your help Lea !!
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