Okay... So I am in a pickle, after reading all the necessary pregnancy scare topics and so fourth, I am in a unique situation
Last night my girlfriend and I were kissing, and just being intimate because I recently came back home for winter break from college to visit. My girlfriend was wearing "booty shorts" in fabric to sleep in, with a thong under. I was wearing pants and boxer underwear. One thing lead to another, and I firstly fingered her, then she gave me a handjob ( under my pants but over my boxers, because it hurts dry.) I eventually ejaculated, but I pulled her hand away from out of my pants before it happened, I believe.
The ejaulation ended up going through my boxers and pants making them damp and moist. My girlfriend touched the outside of my pants after it became damp from the ejaculant, but at that point I went downstairs to clean up.
I am worried that my girlfriend could've adjusted her thong and smeared her finger over her vagina briefly, or so fourth without being aware.
So, since I ejaculated under my boxers, and my girlfriends hand may have been there at that point, between the boxers and pants, and then briefly touched the top of my pants while it was damp from the ejaculant afterwards, and may have touched her vagina, are we at risk for a pregnancy? Or am I being paranoid, I just am unsettled from the possibility of one microscopic champion sperm having the possibility to touch the vagina.
The boxer are Hanes, thin like cotton fabric I believe. And the pants are Levi's, if that changes anything.
A quick reply will help, as we are curious if we need a plan b, the sooner the better in that case.
Please let me know, thanks for your help.
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HI Fluidlike and welcome to Scarleteen,
As you read in the articles, indirect contact such as you describe does not pose a pregnancy risk.
This article might help put this into perspective for you:
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