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Teeny56943
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Hi,
So yesterday I gave my boyfriend a hand job and after I had a little semen or sperm on my pinky and could not feel any on any other fingers so I assume there was none on any of the others. Anywho, about 5 minutes later I pulled up my panties and my thumb touched my skin about 3 inches below my belly button, but definitely didn't touch my vulva.. It might be a dumb question, but, as I said I didint feel any semen on my thumb but if there was some could it have moved into my vagina and cause pregnancy?

Thanks!

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KittenGoddess
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No, there is no way this could have caused a pregnancy. You'd really need either direct genital-to-genital contact or to have directly touched your vulva with a hand covered in fresh ejaculate to have a risk. So no, you don't have a risk here.

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Teeny56943
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Well I actually thought about it and it was more like 4 inches below my belly button but from what you said that doesn't make a difference right?
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Heather
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Nope, it really doesn't.

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Teeny56943
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Thank you both so much! I really appreciate it!
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bradely
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first question please reply i am desperate to know. i watch porn movies and sometimes i nearly ejaculate but not what is the side effects of nearly ejaculating,the semen goes to the top of my penis and then i stop and what is the side effects of masturbating and really it destroy neurons nerve cells in the brain and it is true that it destroy the memmory.please reply i need to knowplease reply on my email

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Heather
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There are not ill health effects of masturbating OR not ejaculating. Both pose no health risks to you at all unless you are masturbating in a way or with objects which could cause you injury.

It is not true that masturbation has an impact on memory.

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