i am 16 and my boyfriend is 17. i am still a virgin and i take birth control for my irregular periods. 3 days ago, me and my boyfriend started making out and touching. i gave him a handjob and i don't remember if he had semen come out or if it was on my hands. i am sure he didn't ejaculate because he did that way after we did all of this. well, i touched myself after and i am scared if he actually did have semen on his penis and i touched my vagina with it. i heard all about no sex means no pregnancy but, i am thinking about how sperm is in semen and it somehow got in my vagina. i am still not sure if he actually had semen on his penis though. i am stressing out and i don't want to delay my period and make me even more scared. could i get pregnant from this?
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Did you have a chance to read the information and articles linked in the other thread?
As you will read in those articles, it takes direct contact between bare genitals (not just vaginal intercourse but also rubbing or anal intercourse) for there to be any risk of pregnancy.
What came out of your boyfriend's penis was pre-ejaculate, which doesn't in itself have sperm in it, but which can sometimes pick up sperm that is hanging out in the urethra from a previous ejaculation. However, even if there was sperm in the pre-ejaculate, when thereis transfer to a hand or anything else, then to a vulva, there really isn't a viable risk of pregnancy.
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