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When my gf and I were fooling around, she touched my erection when there was pre-come at the end of it, and got some on her fingers... I'm sure she wiped them off, but about 40 seconds later, she was using that same hand down in her vaginal area... Is there any chance that she's gonna get pregnant now? I'm kinda scared...
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To help determine your risk of pregnancy from various activities, we have a handy flowchart right here. Check it out, and figure out what your risk is:

The risk of pregnancy from that activity is pretty low; however, if you want to make sure that there is no risk in future activities, you might want to both wash your hands before changing touching activities, or use latex gloves for manual sex.


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