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I gave my b/f a handjob and i washed my hands right away an dryed them off. I also have my period, so i changed my pad after i washed my hands and dryed them. Is there anyway that there could still be sperm on my hands and have it transmited to my pad and get me pregnant?
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It's not very likely at all. However, if you come here and ask questions like that, you'll probably never read a reply from us that says that it's not at all possible. If you're having sex (any kind of sex - be it oral, manual, anal or whatever) it's always possible that diseases could be transmitted, or that - in the case of a male and a female - a pregnancy could result.

Like I said, though, it's not likely in this case at all.

"Love is blind, and I don't blame her/'cause lately I ain't been too much to see/I'd ask a girl home, but I'd have to pay her..."
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