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annatalbot
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the day after my period ended, my bf and i were in bed and he was jacking off w a little help... when he came, some of it got on my vagina. i rinsed it off right away, but... how likely is it i could get pregnant from this? im not on the pill
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Kachina
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If he ejaculated in your vagina you have a high chance of pregnancy. If he just ejaculated on your vulva there is still a chance of pregnancy, but it will be lower. How long ago did this happen?

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annatalbot
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a few days ago, the day after my period... it wasnt direct, most of it was on my upper body, but some was on my vag as well... hes my first and hes never put his penis in me btw, just the very tip w a condom once, and my hymen got a small tear and bled so we stopped... so this would be practically an immaculate conception lol
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Heather
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Well, no, it wouldn't, because you two engaged in sexual contact.

Just so you know when making your choices, however you experience sex and whatever you experience that to be, when it comes to pregnancy and STI risks, things like "just the tip," or "only for a few seconds" don't matter. If someone with a penis and someone with a vulva have direct contact between those two parts, those risks potentially exist. If semen is on your vulva, those risks potentially exist.

When you say his semen got on your vagina: the vagina is inside your body, so is that what you mean? If semen was, say, on your mons -- the part usually hairy that you can see when standing up, then there were not likely STI or pregnancy risks here unless there were other kinds of direct contact.

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annatalbot
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sry, no, i get it... i mean that some of his cum flew thru the air and got on... the area between my legs... i dont know exactly which sexual parts and there was no "direct contact" with his penis... i was wondering about the chances his sperm somehow swimming inside me even through i rinsed off right away
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Heather
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For now or the future, here's a piece where you can find out all about your own body parts: Innies & Outies: The Vagina, Clitoris, Uterus and More

It's important to know! [Smile]

It sounds to me like it's pretty unlikely you had the kind of contact at all likely to result in a pregnancy. But if it's been less than 120 hours since this happened, and you feel like maybe you did have a viable risk and want to reduce it, you have the option of using emergency contraception.

[ 10-04-2011, 05:37 PM: Message edited by: Heather ]

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