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anxious-annie
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I recently gave my boyfriend a hand-job and he came onto his stomach. A few minutes later, after he had wiped the semen away and I had washed my hands, I was grinding on his stomach, without any clothes on. Is there any possible risk of pregnancy, HPV or any other STD transmission? And if so, is it a high risk? How long does sperm live in that environment? I'm seeing a gynecologist in a couple of weeks, but I'd appreciate any answers now, as this is causing me much anxiety.

Thank you!

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Sam W
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Hi annie,

If you haven't, I think these two articles are a good place to start reading:
Can I Get Pregnant, or Get or Pass On an STI From That?
Who's Afraid of Sperm Cells?

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