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The other day, my girlfriend and I had sex, and the condom was being pushed on me so that it had no tip at the end. We decided to continue without really caring. I did not cum inside with this condom on. I just pulled out of her and pulled the condom off. I came on her back. She told me to clean her off and wash my hands (which I did), and I fear I got some sperm on my hands once I cleaned her up. After the cleaning, I fingered her and now I worry that some of that sperm got inside her.

I am worried about two things: the condom not functioning correctly and the fingering. If anyone can help me understand whether or not I should worry that would be very much appreciated.

Thank you in advance.

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Patricia H
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Hello, Shephard. We meet again. [Smile]

I answered your first post regarding condom usage and provided a link to one of our articles here on Scarleteen; did you manage to take a look at that? If it will help refresh your memory, I've provided the link to your first post--and my response to it--below:

As for the fingering, I think we can agree that manual sex poses no pregnancy risk, especially since, judging from the title of your post, there really isn't anything to worry about.

If this helps, maybe you could read something another user posted here earlier regarding his own experience with pregnancy risk scares:

Hope this helps. [Smile]

Nolite te bastardes carborundorum. - Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid's Tale

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Jessica H.
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Referring to the title of your post, there is mainly nothing to worry about. Sperm normally needs quite specific conditions in order to live, and once out of the human body and in foreign surroundings it usually cannot function. Hope this helps! Jess
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Robin Lee
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Hi Jessica,

Just a quick note to let you know that the "emergency and crises" and "ask Scarleteen" forums are both for staff and volunteer responses only. So, unless it's a thread that you started with your own questions or concerns, please don't post in any of the threads in these two forums. Thank you.


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