So recently (approx. 1 1/2 weeks ago) me and my girlfriend were making out on my couch. Things got heated, and I guided her hands down my pants. She felt my penis region and moved her hand around a bit, and then about 15 seconds later pulled her hand out. Next, about a minute later I guided my hand down my girlfriends pants. I believe this hand was the same one I used to pull out my girlfriends hand from my pants. Anyways, I reached down and touched her vaginal area/vulva and moved my hand around a bit. There was no penetration and it lasted about 10-15 seconds. Our pants/underwear were on at the time.
The worry I have is that somehow my hand touched my penis and that it transported some sperm to her vulva which could then enter her vagina. I did NOT ejaculate at all (I don't believe) and my hand seemed dry (although it's hard to recall in the heat of the moment). I also used the restroom twice before this. Also, my hand did not go "directly" to her vulva, it went along her skin/hair/some clothes before going there. I did not touch my penis repeatedly or do anything of that nature. I was wondering what the odds are for pregnancy. Reading up on this subject, they seem very, very slim (very near zero), but I think I might have a lot of anxiety over the issue as I have been having a lot of stress about this for the past week or so. Thank you for your help.
[ 12-05-2010, 02:24 PM: Message edited by: blackrainn ]
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