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Spongebob1
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I'm a 19 year old female. I've been on the pill for 7 months now it is a combined pill. My boyfriend is a virgin and yesterday we engaged in intercourse. He masturbated and ejaculated he is unsure if the hand he then masturbated me with touched the semen and he is now afraid I will be pregnant and wants me to get the morning after pill. I am very strict at taking my pill and always take it bang in time. Is it necessary for me to get the morning after pill it is now 18 hours after sex. I would really like a quick reply please!
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Sam W
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Hi spongebob,

Can you please give this a read and see if it answers your question?:
http://www.scarleteen.com/cgi-bin/forum/ultimatebb.cgi?/ubb/get_topic/f/10/t/002611.html#000000

[ 05-07-2014, 03:32 PM: Message edited by: Sam W ]

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Thanks Sam W. Do I need to get the morning after pill?

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Based on what you read in the article I gave you, do you think you do?

And, to clarify, you only engaged in manual sex correct?

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It says there could be a risk but none of it features if you are already on the pill.
Manual sex yes

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Sam W
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If you only engaged in manual sex, then that does not carry a risk of pregnancy (unless someone ejaculates on a hand and immediately places that hand on the vulva or in the vagina). So, in that regard, you don't need to worry about EC.

And, you're correct that being on your BC pill means you are pretty highly protected from pregnancy. If you don't feel comfortable with just the pill, you can always add a back-up method.

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Thanks that's is helpful!

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you're welcome [Smile]
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