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Me and my boyfriend were messing about and he fingered me after toughing himself. Afterwards we were talking and he said there was a possibility he has precum on his hand before fingering me. Is there any chance I could get pregnant from this? Has there been any cases of this before?
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Hi Rs1992, welcome to scarleteen! We ask that all users who have pregnancy risk questions please see this post and read all of the articles in it before coming here with questions:

Thank you! If you need help understanding anything within those articles, feel free to come back and ask [Smile]

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