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Posted by Rey sumit (Member # 103040) on :
 
I fingered my Gf and she Handjob me
I wash my hands ang put Green Cross Sanitzing Gel
99.9% germ kill and Clindamycin Astrigent on my hands can sperm survive in my hands?? can Im scared
Her period was Jan. 25-30..and It happend Feb 5 ??
help me please
 
Posted by Robin Lee (Member # 90293) on :
 
HI Rey sumit and welcome to Scarleteen,

Just to clarify, sperm aren't germs. [Smile] Handwashing of any kind is a good idea before touching a partner's genitals, but that's more because dirty hands can spread dirt and bacteria and lead to infections.

Take a look at this article to understand what does and doesn't pose a pregnancy risk:

Where DID I Come From? A Refresher Course in Human Reproduction

Here's some more info on hand-washing:
The Simple And Underrated Art Of Washing Your Hands
 
Posted by Rey sumit (Member # 103040) on :
 
Thank Robin Lee
Can I get pregnant if my partner ejaculates in his pants/in the bathtub/in Afghanistan (and so forth)?

Overall, the MOST likely way to become pregnant is by direct vulval or vaginal contact with sperm. Sperm can live up to about 20 minutes in an environment that is unfriendly to them (in other words, outside the testicles, vagina or in lab conditions), but they are very delicate creatures in the great outdoors. So while, for instance, having unprotected anal sex where sperm can run right down into the vagina does create a possible risk of pregnancy, it isn't as likely a risk as it is with vaginal intercourse. If there is a distinct barrier between the vagina and the penis in question, such as thick or nonpermeable clothing (like a few layers of denim or polyester or PVC), water or an interstate highway, there is not a likely risk of pregnancy.

In addition, you cannot get pregnant by swallowing semen, by oral sex, or by manual (with hands, or "fingering") sex. You CAN, however, catch or transmit STIs that way.

Im Safe now no more risk??? please say it please
God bless you Robin
 
Posted by Rey sumit (Member # 103040) on :
 
please help me
Can anybody tell me I should not be worried???
please help me guys Im freakingout please
 
Posted by Robin Lee (Member # 90293) on :
 
Based on the paragraph you quoted, do you think you have risk? [Smile]
 
Posted by Rey sumit (Member # 103040) on :
 
I think I'm not at risk
By the way can I ask one more question?
what is the percentage of risk??
what should I do ???
 
Posted by Heather (Member # 3) on :
 
When you don't engage in the kinds of sex that present a real risk of pregnancy -- intercourse or other DIRECT genital-to-genital or direct semen-to-vulva contact -- there's isn't a risk, so there isn't a percentage per a risk to give you.
 
Posted by Rey sumit (Member # 103040) on :
 
Thank God for your answers guys
Thank you so much
More power to all members
God bless us all
 
Posted by Heather (Member # 3) on :
 
Or you could thank us for them, since God didn't give them, we did. [Razz]
 
Posted by Rey sumit (Member # 103040) on :
 
I mean thank God your here to answer all my questions and thank you for you also and all staff members..thank you I really appreciate your help guys..
 


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