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robtee
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I am freaking out! Ok on Friday me nd my gf were on my bed dry humping, on several occasions I had to re-adjust my penis to put it in a comfortable position. Now I know there was precum on my penis but as reaction I ussualy wipe it on pants. now I started rubbing on her jeans around her vigina section, then i went under her jeans to her underwear, then after right into her vigina... then I stop lik a minute into it cuz I realize I should've washed my hands and so I did.... I am freakingout cuz idk if this means I wiped it off or she will get pregnant!!! Please I need sumone to answer
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Heather
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Can you start by looking this over: Pregnancy Scared?

You'll see when you read that that while touching someone's genitals without washing hands first can pose infection risks, that posting pregnancy risks is not at all likely.

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so does this mean that there is no risk of pregnency from my situation? I don't quite understand your answer about wether it is or it is not a a risk
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robtee
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Let me also add that we are both virigns and she doesn't want sex until marrige
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Heather
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Virginity isn't something anatomical or medical and also doesn't change anything about pregnancy risks. If you two haven't had the kinds of sex that can create a pregnancy then pregnancy isn't going to happen, but that's the only way that's relevant. (As well, intercourse is only one kind of sex: something like manual sex, like you've engaged in, is sex, too.)

Pregnancy from indirect transfer of semen like you have described is not at all likely, and even less so when we're talking about pre-ejaculatory fluid.

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Ok ty so the risk is low but I am freaking out! I didn't tell her anything cuz I don't want her to freak either...should I use ec plan b nd if so how can I get a prescription without our parents knowing since we r both 16?
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Since emergency contraception is something she would use, not you, I'd first have a conversation with her. Again, you are not describing anything that seems at all likely to pose a real pregnancy risk, so I don't see a need for it.

But that's really going to be up to her and about what she wants and feels comfortable with. So, why don't you start by talking with her? If it turns out she does want to use it, we can talk about how to access it.

If not, then I'd let this go, though perhaps it might be smart if you two, or you and I, talked about making sexual choices you really feel best about in the future, okay?

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Tyvm, u put some of my stress out nd yes I will talk to her about it asap
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