Hi, I have a question. I was with my boyfriend today, and he fingered me. We try not to mix fingering for me and manual for him just in case some fluids might transfer. However, today, we just got caught up. He fingered me after briefly adjusting his penis... He may have brushed over the head some but he did not focus on the tip, and kind of touching himself. Not full out masturbation. There was some sort of fluid, most likely precome because he did not ejaculate, and it may have been on his hands. He wiped them on his shirt and a few minutes passed befor he fingered me, so it's not like he immediately inserted them or anything. But I am concerned because we really try to avoid this usually. And I can't remeber exactly how thoroughly he wiped his hands.
I immediately used a playtex feminine wipe after I realized our slip up, went to the bathroom, and used another wipe. I am not on any type of pill, and according to my period tracker app, I'm in my fertile days but not ouvlation yet. Should I be concerned, or am I probably overreacting? Should I be considering buying plan b? I realize that seems extreme, but I am concerned.
I'm concerned that
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There really isn't a pregnancy risk from this, and there's absolutely no need for emergency contraception. In order for a risk to happen, your boyfriend's hand would have needed to be pretty much covered in ejaculate.
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