I've never had sex, but I am worried I am pregant. I gave a long time friend a hand job while he fingered me with my pants down. But when he came, he came off the the side, not on me or anything. I'm just worried that what if there was pre-come and his penis was against my skin (near my stomach) but what if some got near me, or just something happened? I have this weird feeling inside me that I'm pregant. And I have never even heard of someone getting pregant from manual sex, but I am still worried that I'm going to be one of those one in a million people who gets pregant from something like this. And I am only 15, if I was I would keep the baby because I would never take a life like that, it's not my place. I feel if you make the choice, you need to deal with any resulting factors. I'm probably worried about nothing..... but that doesn't change the apparant fact that I am still worried all the same. I am looked at as the perfect, responsible kid, and I'm just afraid. Any advice what so ever? I'm worried, please help.
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First of all, if it's been at least 10-14 days since the incident in question, you can take a pregnancy test now and get a definite answer.
However, unless there was actually contact between his penis and your vulva, it doesn't sound as if you have any risk. Pre-ejaculate on your stomach isn't going to get you pregnant; neither is ejaculate that isn't on you at all.
Sperm can do a lot of things, but jumping through the air isn't one of them .
However, if you're this panicked and worried even when you know the risk is very low, it might be a sign that you need to re-think how ready you are for sexual activity right now.
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