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Joeyb
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Okay so, me and my girlfriend were fooling around one night and she gave me a handjob. When she stopped ( I did NOT ejaculate). I put my dick back in my pants and i got a very TINY amount of pre-*** on my finger, i then wiped it and it was COMPLETELY dry. I then fingered her about 2 mins after without realizing it.

She is a regular cycle 28-30 days and she usually gets her period the beginning of each month. It is now friday, July 18 and her period has not arrived yet.

I am really worried and just want to know, what are the chances of being pregent described in this scenario? Also if pre-*** is completely dry, is it safe, dead? Thank you for all your help and i greatly appreciate it.

im really worrying, and is it true that peeing after a previous ejaculation CAN kill the left over sperm in pre ejaculate? Also she is now feeling tightness in her lower stomach like shes flexing all the time, but shes not. thats the only thing so far and still the period did not come yet. extremely worried please help

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Redskies
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Welcome to the boards, Joeyb.

Have you yet seen our information about pregnancy scares, and what things do and don't have pregnancy risks? If not, that's the place to start. You'll find a great deal of our info linked from this piece: This Is Your Pregnancy Scare Answer

[ 07-18-2014, 01:38 PM: Message edited by: Redskies ]

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Joeyb
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Hi yes, i have read that link and viewed it over but still a little confused. I understand that fingering and those sorts can produce an infection or STI. But i was just wondering if i could get the true honest answer. Could fingering with dry precum on a finger cause pregnancy?
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Redskies
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We make sure that our information is correct and complete.

Can I Get Pregnant, or Get or Pass On an STI From That? has your answer.

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