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soccersarah
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my boyfriend fingered my vagina. i had pants and underwear on. His hand was inside my underwear. after he finished i guess he got really excited. there was precum on his pants. i dont think his hand came into contact with it while he was fingering me. it was the last day of my period. do i have a low chance of pregnancy here?
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cool87
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You had a none to very low risk of pregnancy from that. Your partner's hands would have had to be soaked with semen for you to have had a viable pregnancy risk. So therefore, I wouldn't suggest EC.

(BTW, welcome to Scarleteen ! :) )

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browneyes1989
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thank you for answering so fast. i have one more question. the precum was on his pants. what if his fingering hand happenened to graze it. his hand was not in his pants or anything so i would not have been directly in contact with his genitals. does that reduce the risk?
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cool87
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Well, the risk of pregnancy you had is still pretty much none to very low. It doesn't really make much of a difference in this situation.

[ 01-29-2008, 10:20 AM: Message edited by: cool87 ]

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browneyes1989
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i went ahead and took ec just to make sure. it is a week today. i have a little darker discharge(almost looks like the start of my period) but normal other than that. is that a normal symptom after taking the ec pill?
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LilBlueSmurf
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soccersarah/browneyes1989,

You were told two days ago, here, that we would no longer address this issue w/ you. This does not mean get a new handle and try again (which is ALSO in violation of the user guidelines).

Enough is enough. Your question has been answered, many many times now, and we will NOT be discussing this w/ you any further.

If you wish to continue posting here, you need to stick to only one handle and stop abusing the boards. If you choose not to, your posting privledges will be revoked.

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