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anicake
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hey there, not sure if i'm posting in the right section or not- so apologies in advance.
little worried about a potential pregnancy risk..
yesterday whilst spending the day with my boyfriend we were naked in his bed, his penis (which im not sure if it had any precum on it) rubbed against my thigh area, well away from my vulva/vagina. but afterward i performed oral sex and he ejaculated, i cleaned my hands off as did he with tissue- but then he performed manual sex on me a little while after. Im still worried that could there still be enough sperm - even trace in his hands or even mine (i touched myself afterward too) to cause any pregnancy?

we also had dry sex and he was a little wet we both were wearing underwear- am i right in thinking sperm cant travel between material?

this all happened yesterday- and I was expecting my period today (im due and my periods are regular) which hasn't occurred yet.

thankyou for any help x

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Welcome to Scarleteen, ani. Have you seen this article yet? Can I Get Pregnant, or Get or Pass On an STI From That?

All the situations you describe are covered in that article, so that should help you answer your own questions.

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anicake
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Thank you for the link, I checked the article, it helps solve the dry sex question!

But I'm still worried about the manual sex- how much semen would there need to be to cause a pregnancy risk?

Thank you x

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Can you double back and re-read the section about manual sex? As long as you did not have direct genital contact, and your partner did not ejaculate directly on your genital area, you do not need to worry about a pregnancy risk.

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Oh okay, tthats reassuring. Thank you so much.
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