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RogerS
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Hello,

Yesterday I had sex with a girl. After the orgasm I immediately removed the condom, washed my hands and put on a clean pair of boxers (without cleaning my penis). Afterwards we cuddled in the bed, where her hand sometimes touched my penis through the outside of the boxers (so she didn't touch it directly).

Afterwards I saw a little wet spot on my boxer. Probably, some sperm leaked through my boxers. Now I am worried about 2 things:

- Did I lie against her vagina? Probably not, but I am not 100% sure.
- Did she finger herself while lying on my bed (when I went to the toilet)? Perhaps she fingered herself with some sperm on her hands after touching the outside of my boxers.

On the one hand I want to be sure that everything went safe and buy a morning after pill in case it didn't. On the other hand, I don't want to be paranoid and upset the girl for no reason.

What should I do in this situation?

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

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Johanna
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RogerS
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Thanks for the article. If I understand it correctly, then it is nearly impossible for a girl to get pregnant from this.

So no need for Morning After Pill, even if she fingered herself after touching the outside of my boxer where semen leaked through? I'm still not 100% sure about it now, because sperm doesn't just die right?

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RogerS
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I have no idea if she fingered herself after touching my boxer, but I could ask her if there is a pregnancy risk.
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Even if she touched herself after she touched the outside of your boxers, that is not direct contact and not how pregnancy happens.

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Johanna
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