Okay, I just have a quick question- If a guy ejaculates toward the center of a girls buttcheek (sorry to be kind of graphic) and then wipes it all up very quickly, and she made sure that it didnt ruin, what are the chances of pregnancy? My boyfriend said that he didnt get semen any places other than on my butt, and we were both being very careful. He wiped it all up afterwards, but I still worry that a tiny, unseeable and microscopic amount, might have come into contact with my vulva. I know I am probally worrying too much (I have a compulsive disorder), but an answer would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
p.s: I am also due for my period in about 8 days, and this happened yesterday. My cycle is 26-27 days long,and I got my last period on Janurary 10th to the 15th. So ovulation should have occured on Janurary 23rd or 24th. Ok, thanks!
Well, if semen didn't get on your vulva, you have a low risk. However -
You don't make it clear if his penis had come into contact with your vulva before this. Were you practicing "withdrawal?" If so, you would have a very significant pregnancy and STD/STI risk, and should obtain emergency contraception immediately if you don't wish to become pregnant.
No, we werent using withdrawl (I would never practice that as safe sex knowing how unreliable it is) My boyfriend just wanted to "finish" himself while looking at my butt. Thanks, you have helped me clear up my mind
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