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Member # 107319
posted 04-15-2013 08:14 PM
So me and my boyfriend decided to shower together the other day. The day we showered it was the last day of my period and the next day (sunday) I would be starting the next pack of my Sprintec BC pill (although the month before i hadn't been as consistent and took a couple late and missed one) While we were in the shower my boyfriends pen** was rubbing against my stomach most of the time just because of his height compared to mine and it never came in direct contact with my vag***. He never usually had pre-*** or an amount that I ever can notice but can his precum (if he had any) have dripped down my stomach into my vagina with the water from the shower without me noticing? After the shower I gave him a hand/blow*** & I had my jeans and underwear both on and he ended up "finishing" on my b**bs and I wiped it all off with a sock, didnt let any get on my hands. But like 5 minutes later I changed underwear but didnt touch my vagina at all, but somehow could sperm have gotten near my vagina? Also..10 minutes later I also put a tampon in, but I didn't touch the part of it that went into my vagina, only the applicator, so could sperm have gotten in me that way? Sorry this may be dumb but I'm just wondering if there is anyway I could have gotten pregnant from any of these scenarios? Thank you for the help!
Member # 3
posted 04-15-2013 08:17 PM
Did you or your boyfriend have ANY:
• DIRECT genital-to-genital contact? • DIRECT contact between his ejaculate and your genitals (as in, right from his penis into or onto your genitals, with nothing -- like transfer from a hand -- in between)?
Member # 107319
posted 04-15-2013 08:23 PM
1) His "thing" could have possibly touched my vagina when we were in the shower, like his shaft not head could have rubbed up against the outside of my vagina since we were standing against each other.
2) No. Unless he had precum oozing out of his penis when we were in the shower and it magically dropped down my stomach into my vagina.
Member # 3
posted 04-15-2013 08:26 PM
So, these things given, if you've read all the material we have here on pregnancy risks, or any board conversations we've had with others like this, you can no that no, there were not pregnancy risks.
But it certainly sounds like now'd be a very good time for you two to sit down and talk about what does and doesn't pose risks, how you're going to manage things that do -- like with safer sex or contraception, when needed -- and if both of you even really feel ready to do those things, and feel capable of doing them at this time without fear and panic.