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soworried
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since i've spent days of reading articles about sex ed, pregnancy, reproductions and stuffs, but that didnt not help my mind to come near peace.

my bf and i were making out last two days we didnt and never have any kind of sex. i fell asleep cuddling with him and woke up noticing some wetness of his ejaculation from his masturbation on the blanket. it touched on the wrist and the back of my left hand (not much i got it from the blanket which coverd me). i was totally shocked and got to the toilet to clean it out using soap and cold water and dried with tissue paper. after that i used toilet and touched my part while cleaning. after that i got anxious and totally panicked about pregnancy. articles says different things and i cant make a conclusion. im so scared. and i found articles on this website, think i can get some help here.

im a girl, 20 and a buddhist.
and sorry english is not my first language.
please help im so scared.

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Sans
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Hi soworried, welcome to the boards. [Smile]

Unless the sperm comes into direct contact with your vulva, there is no pregnancy risk.

Don't worry. Your English is just fine.

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soworried
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direct means you have to got an soaky amount of it contact on your vulva right? what if i didnt washed my hand properly?
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Onionpie
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Hi so worried. Even if you didn't wash your hands properly, if there wasn't enough semen on them for you to notice anything, there wasn't enough semen to cause a pregnancy.

Sperm needs quite a lot of semen to be able to function, so if there was such a tiny amount that you couldn't even see it on your hand, there wasn't enough for the sperm to do its job [Smile] Does that make sense?

I'd also really suggest that you read the following article. I know it may seem silly to have to read such a basic thing, but you'd be surprised as to how much basic information lots of people don't know [Smile]
Where DID I Come From? A Refresher Course in Human Reproduction

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soworried
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thank you so much!! that helps a lot. i should be calm right now (at least trying to). getting involved with this problem is a pure self-punishing. im reading the article you suggested.
thank you again. (:

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Onionpie
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No problem, glad we could help [Smile] feel free to come back with any other questions you have after you finished the article!
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soworried
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my period should arrive today or tomorrow but i havent got it although i have almost all the symtomps. except heavy cramps) i normally have irregular period but have been having regular ones for few monthes. im worried again :/
i know im not gonna be preg from that situation above but still scared.

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Karybu
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If it's supposed to arrive today or tomorrow, then it probably isn't even late yet. [Smile] You really don't have anything to worry about in terms of a pregnancy risk, and even regular cycles can vary by a few days each month, so just give your body some time to do its thing - your period will show up eventually.

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