Hello Scarleteen! I'm a little worried about something I did today and yesterday. See, I paid my boyfriend a visit yesterday and everything was fine but uhm things started heating up. We were kissing and he asked me to give him a handjob and a blowjob and uhm I worried a little because when I gave him the handjob I had precum in my hands and I was terrified because I've heard that if you touch yourself after touching pre-eyaculate or eyaculate you could become pregnant, so I washed my hands thoroughly, I washed my hands more than once...probably 5 times? I was scared I also washed my hands with alcohol and repeated (you know, water, soap, alcohol, I also brushed my teeth because of the blowjob) then everything calmed down and we laid on bed and we started kissing again and we dry humped, I need to clarify that I was on my last day of period so I had a pad on, I had shorts and my underwear and of course the pad...when I got back home I washed my parts and I was a little scared I had a small trace of precum after washing my hands thoroughly with soap water and alcohol so my questions are: 1) Are alcohol, water and soap enough to remove the precum from my hands and kill the sperm? also, what if I go to the bathroom later and wash my parts or if I wipe off with a tissue or something? Can I become pregnant that way? I was on the last day of my period. 2) Can i get pregnant from dry humping fully dressed? (I was on the last day of my period)
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Sperm is actually really sensitive, so yes, you are correct. In fact, even just having it on your hand without washing a ton would not have put you at risk for pregnancy (that's why we say manual sex has no risk)
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