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nyan56
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me and my boyfriend were fooling around about two weeks ago and i gave him a handjob. i only touched the shaft of the penis and i didnt touch any of the cum but i remember having precum on all my fingers. after the handjob i wiped my hands quickly with a wet wipe and then went outside in the cold, touched things etc. i forgot to wash my hands. about an hour or less later i went to the toilet and accidentally touched right by the entrance of my vagina with one of the fingers. i got really scared so i washed down there and cleaned. can i still be pregnant or can i get pregnant like that? i was supposed to have my period today but ive only been having stomach cramps for the past two days. ive also been stressing a bit about my exams. please help! i asked my boyfriend and he said that its impossible to get pregnant like that but im freaking out.
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Hey there, nyan.

We've already talked you through a nearly identical situation before.

You can brush up on the answer by reviewing it yourself right here: http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/ultimatebb.php?/ubb/get_topic/f/27/t/027288/p/1.html#000000

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yes i know. i posted this because i was also worried about my period and why its late. i mean, could there be any connection between the period and the incident? or is it just because ive been a bit stressed lately?
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Like we said the last time, this kind of thing does not pose pregnancy risks.

Periods can be late for a lot of reasons, but can I first check in with you about how you're charting your periods to know when to expect them?

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well, usually my period cycles last 30 days. most of the time, my periods are a day or two early. so i was worried because this time its already the last day of my period and its nearly the end of the day where i live and i still havent had my period except some stomach cramps and bloating.
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Okay, so it sounds like you have cycles which are usually somewhere between 28 and 32 days or so. If that sounds about right, know that a deviation of any given cycle by a few days is still a very regular period, and sometimes periods will deviate more than that, especially if you're under a lot of stress (like freaking yourself out about a possible pregnancy or heck, engaging in sexual activities you really don't feel ready for in some ways).

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thank you very much, that helped a lot [Smile]
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