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manyquest
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Hi, being a bit paranoid.. Had sex with my gf about 4 days ago, we used condoms as we always do, however we had a bit of foreplay before.

She gave me a handjob and while I did not finish she may have got some pre-cum left over on her hand.

I then put the condom on, but she carried on with the hand job for a bit before we actually had sex. While there is no way of being totally sure, let's say for argument sake she had some precum left on her hand when she was giving me a hj, whilst I had the condom on already.

Would you think it is likely her getting pregnant from us having sex after this? Thank you!

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Sam W
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Hi manyquest,

Can you take a look at this thread? You might find it helpful to pay attention to the things that CAN pose a risk of pregnancy and then compare them to your situation
http://www.scarleteen.com/cgi-bin/forum/ultimatebb.cgi?/ubb/get_topic/f/10/t/002611.html#000000

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manyquest
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Thank you Sam W. Reading that list, I guess it puts me into the low chance category, and I did read a bunch of other sites, but would be reassuring to hear this from somebody else.. I know it's stupid.
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manyquest
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To add to what I said above, we also had sex the previous day, and I don't believe that I urinated between the two occasions.
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Sam W
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You are correct that you are in the low risk category. However, that has to do with having had intercourse rather than with the potential precum, as even intercourse with a condom will never be 100% risk free. However, if you used the condom correctly and it did not break or come off, then you can assume it did it's job.

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Thank you Sam, I appreciate the time you've taken to reply. It puts my mind at more ease. And I understand there is never a 100% guarantee. We always try to be careful, but no matter how careful you are things just happen sometimes..
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