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JAVIMARTIN123987
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Hello, today me and my gf were messing around. She gave me oral sex and so my penis was wet. every time she would go on top of me (just kissing) i would put my hand over my penis (just in case, you can never be too safe). when she would get off i would finger her. Now, my question is: Can she get pregnant if i had precum on my finger and i fingered her directly afterward? I'm not 100% sure it was even precum, it might have just been saliva. I might have even wiped it off on her skin, but lets just do worst case scenario.

Key things to know:

I MIGHT have had precum on my finger (lets say I did)
It might have been saliva i was feeling (let's say it wasn't)
She was only wearing a thin thong.
I wasn't wearing anything below my waist.
I fingered her when she got off of me, I might have rubbed it off on her thigh, underwear or myself (but again, let's say I didn't)
Her period ended 4-5 days ago
I fingered her kind of deep

The reason why I say (let's just say i had precum on my finger) is because I want to know if theres a chance she's pregnant and if there is, how high or low the chance is.

I'm extremely worried so please reply asap!!
Thanks in advance!

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September
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Javi, can you start by reading this article: Can I Get Pregnant, or Get or Pass On an STI From That?

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JAVIMARTIN123987
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quote:
Originally posted by September:
Javi, can you start by reading this article: Can I Get Pregnant, or Get or Pass On an STI From That?

Hi, thanks for the link! I've read it but I can't seem to find my answer? [Frown]

Could you please provide me with your personal input, please?

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JAVIMARTIN123987
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someone PLEASE answer. im really scared.
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Heather
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Hey, Javi: as we state in the guidelines all users say they agree to when registering, we ask users not to bump posts when it has been less than 24 hours since they have posted. While we are a large organization, we have very few staff, and for the latter half of this week, that staff has been almost only one person, myself. Thanks.

As that page would have told you -- you'd look under manual sex -- I, too, don't see any realistic risk of pregnancy in your scenario.

For future reference, though, it is best, and also just courteous, to wash our hands before putting them inside of or on someone else's genitals. That's about germs and baceteria, really, rather than pregnancy, but it can also give you peace of mind per worries like these.

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JAVIMARTIN123987
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quote:
Originally posted by Heather:
Hey, Javi: as we state in the guidelines all users say they agree to when registering, we ask users not to bump posts when it has been less than 24 hours since they have posted. While we are a large organization, we have very few staff, and for the latter half of this week, that staff has been almost only one person, myself. Thanks.

As that page would have told you -- you'd look under manual sex -- I, too, don't see any realistic risk of pregnancy in your scenario.

For future reference, though, it is best, and also just courteous, to wash our hands before putting them inside of or on someone else's genitals. That's about germs and baceteria, really, rather than pregnancy, but it can also give you peace of mind per worries like these.

Okay, I'm sorry for doing so, I'm just extremely worried. Thank you so much for your input!
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JAVIMARTIN123987
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Does any one else have any input? Please reply
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Robin Lee
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Hi Javimartin,

Can you fill me in please on what you still need help with after reading that article and Heather's explanation? From what I'm seeing here, your question has already been answered, so it would be helpful to know what is still confusing or unclear to you.

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JAVIMARTIN123987
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quote:
Originally posted by Robin Lee:
Hi Javimartin,

Can you fill me in please on what you still need help with after reading that article and Heather's explanation? From what I'm seeing here, your question has already been answered, so it would be helpful to know what is still confusing or unclear to you.

Hi, I just want a second opinion. That's all. Like, should I be worried? I'm only 16 so I'm very stressed. Sorry.
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quote:
Originally posted by Robin Lee:
Hi Javimartin,

Can you fill me in please on what you still need help with after reading that article and Heather's explanation? From what I'm seeing here, your question has already been answered, so it would be helpful to know what is still confusing or unclear to you.

Hi, I just want a second opinion. That's all. Like, should I be worried? I'm only 16 so I'm very stressed. Sorry.
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