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I just want to know the probability that I can be pregnant. My boyfriend and I were fooling around the other day and he got some precum on his fingers. He then fingered me right afterward. He hadn't gotten off before this, so is there a chance (even if it's a very small one) that I may have gotten pregnant from it? It happened around noon on the 4th of July. We're both worried about it, and I thought I would ask someone before we really started to freak out. Please help me!
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Jacob at Scarleteen
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Hi Star Shine,

Precum can sometimes (but not always) contain active sperm. If there was any there it generally wouldn't be anywhere near as much as exists in semen. It would also struggle to survive being on someone's hand, especially if it's not very much of it... It'd have to be wet and there'd have to be a lot of it.

If that sounds like what happened and you're worried about pregnancy, the only way to know for sure would be to take a pregnancy test, but I'd say it sounds quite unlikely.

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