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MP
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Ok here it goes, I was fooling around with my girl and she made me ejaculate. I had it all over my hand so I proceeded to was my hands with water and room temp water. After A few minutes I fingered her deeply in. Now, 1 month and maybe a week later I'm really worried. 1 week ago (1 month after the fooling around) she had what we think was her period, she is really irregular, her period may take 2 or 3 months to come. So she says that "period lasted about seven days, and that it was a little less than usual but still a considerable amount. Now she claims to feel nausea and dizzy and feels like vomiting at times and her breasts hurt a little, but she always suffers from headaches and backpains, so I don't trust on those symptoms. Is she pregnant???? HELP Please!!!!
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No: there is no pregnancy risk from the situation you describe. You washed your hands with water, which is enough to kill sperm.

And even if you hadn't washed your hands, it's pretty unlikely that you could create a pregnancy risk from transferring ejaculate in that way.

It also sounds like she's had a period since, and it's not possible to have a period and be pregnant.

If she's feeling nauseous and dizzy, it may be from a cold. If she doesn't feel better in a couple of days, she may want to make an appointment to see a doctor.

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Hi MP, Since September already answered your question, I thought I might add that this is a good time to talk with her about both of you using some form(s) of birth control; if you haven’t already. Because you have both chosen to be sexually active (it doesn’t only mean penis/vagina intercourse) there are risks for pregnancy and even STI’s; now is the time to start practicing safer sex precautions.

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Thanks a lot for your answers!!! But today my gf claimed that her breast still hurt and still feels sick.... And can't that period be implantation bleeding??? I'm just asking everything that comes to my head cause she gets me really nervos. Thanks again!
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Has she seen a Dr.? If not, I recomend that she sees one soon so they can look into what is going on. There is something that is best looked into by a Dr. who can see her and not someone over the internet.
I still agree that it is unlikely pregnacy causing this since she had a period. As to what is causing this, only a Dr can determine. I wish her well!!!
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Since I last wrote, my Gf had a period like mid November, after that she complains of having nausea every day at every hour of the day, it comes and goes. also she is having pain under her ribs/ stomach and headaches throughout the day...could she be pregnant? I'm sorry for asking the same thing but I'm worried. Oh and we haven't done anything else since the situation explained above.

Thanks a lot!

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MP, Your girlfriend can Not be pregnant if she has had her period. I would Highly recommend that she sees a Dr soon. There must be something else going on if her symptoms have been going on this long and she should not put off being seen by a Dr any longer.

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I get that she can't have her period but Ive read a lot about bleeding during the first trimester that can be taken like a period and isnt implantation bleeding. She Will go to the doctor this week I guess, but I'm still nervous cause she keeps telling me she feels nauseous all day long, lightheaded, headaches, very constipated and she says she is gaining a little weight and that she is getting bigger.

So I don't really know what to believe cause I found it extremely difficult that she could be pregnant from fingering after I had sperm all over my hand and wahsed it before going in her. But I dont know if there is a chance that I didnt wash my hands right? or something like that :S

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Sperm are very fragile and should Not have survived the washing, rubbing of your hands, and drying. There isn’t any ‘wrong’ way to wash your hands for this situation; any washing should have killed the sperm. I am glad to hear that she will be going to see a Dr and I hope that she will get better soon.

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We were at the beach today and my gf saya she saw a tiny white discharge coming out of her breast, is this a sign of pregnancie or could be something else?
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It could be a sign of something else. Has she seen her Dr yet? At this point, they would be the ones to answer your questions.

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