So a few weeks ago, I was fooling around with a guy, I gave him a handjob and he ejaculated into his palm.We got up, he wiped his hands off with a paper towel and used a couple squirts of purell and was all set to go. (This is all over the course of a couple of minutes I'm pretty sure.Maybe like 4 or 5)Then he put his underwear back on and got on my bed and we started to kiss again and then a few minutes later he moved his hand toward my vagina and although I was wearing underwear still, it was a thong. he attempted to push his fingers up but i didn't like it so we stopped. My question is, is there any way I can get pregnant from this kind of contact, or would the sperm have died a during the transition of him cleaning up and then getting back to bed? I was wearing underwear the whole time, like I mentioned, but I haven't gotten my period yet. I feel as though it's late because I'm stressed (between this and finals for college) but I just wanted to ask here because I'm so not experienced with this kind of thing.
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No, it does not sound like you've had a pregnancy risk here. Transferring ejaculate in this way does not pose a pregnancy risk, and even if it did, there would have been no viable sperm left on his hands after he wiped them off.
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