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houlden
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Me and my boyfriend were naked. Dangerous I know, but we have both decided not to have sex. I gave him a blowjob, and he came in my mouth. I swallowed it, and then he wiped off the tip. Afterward we made out. Could I possibly be pregnant?

I talked to him about it, and he tried to reassure me, but all the message boards on the internet have freaked me out. He said that he is certain that he wiped it some off he knows. He also said that most sperm die with contact with air.

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Kachina
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No, this does not pose a pregnancy risk. It does pose an STI risk, though. Now that you are having sex, have you considered using protection to make it safer? Have you or your boyfriend had STI screenings?

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houlden
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Thank You! We are NOT having sex, but do you think the screening would still be necessary even though neither of us has ever been with anyone else.
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Stephanie_1
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Just to clear something up here, while you may not have had intercourse, you have had sex. Blowjobs are something called oral sex. And while it's less likely, you will still want to be tested for STIs because some of them can be passed without sexual contact. (Like herpes are often passed during childhood as cold sores). So it's best to just be safe and have the test done.

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