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My boyfriend and I have only had sexual inter course onces and it was a few months ago and it was with protection. We tested it afterwards and the condomn had no holes so everything went well with that. But since then we have only performed oral sex on each other and he "fingers" me. Is it possible that when i perform oral on him (he doesnt "finish" though) and then i kiss/make out with him, then he performs oral on me, could there be a possiblity of getting pregnant?? Help!!


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That's highly unlikely.

More likely is the transmission of STDs and STIs, which are just as -- and usually more so -- common as pregnancy.

So, if you're not practicing basic safer sex guidelines, time to get on that.

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