Is there anyway that I could have a pregnancy risk from the following situation...My boyfriend and I have not had sex, and we are very careful when we have manual sex...last night when he was fingering me he may have brushed his hand against mine which was holding his penis...I'm a/b 99.9% sure his hands were dry and his penis was pretty much dry(not dripping at all). Keep in mind we had no direct genital contact. If he had had just a drop of precum could it have transfered from mine to his and present a risk? Secondly, is precum from a previous ejaculation washed from the body when a guy urinates? Am i pretty much paranoid? Pleas help. Thanks
Posts: 9 | From: columbus, oh | Registered: Nov 2007
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To have had a risk, you would have had to have had direct genital contact. Once you start keeping track of who has touched who who touched what, there is no risk. Sperm cant survive all that switchign from place to place. Also, you'd need a good fingerful of fresh semen to have much of a risk from manual sex to begin with.
Yes, urination will flush residual sperm from the urethra.
And perhaps next time, to reduce your paranoidness ('cause you know that's totally a word), you can always use a condom for manual sex.
Verafan, you have been warned before that we will not be answering this question anymore. The answer will always be the same, and if you cannot accept that this presents no pregnancy risk, you really need to reconsider whether or not to have manual sex.
We do have a 3-pregnancy-scare limit (which I have explained to you before)- if a person posts similar risks more than 3 times, we have the right to not answer that question any longer. You are now over that limit.
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