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Hi Scarleteen,
About a month ago, exactly February 28 to be exact, my boyfriend and I were performing manual sex on each other. I happened to get some pre-cum on my fingers but I quickly wiped it off. Some time later maybe around 10 minutes, I went to the bathroom to urinate and I wiped myself with tissue. A piece of tissue got caught around my clitorical area and I had to take it out and I touched myself with my bare fingers. Now I was supposed to get my period on exactly March 5 which I did and it lasted the normal 5 days as usual. The flow was normal for me as in not too heavy and not light at all. My question is do I still have a pregnancy risk even though I got my period on time? I'm supposed to get my period either on April 1-2 which hasn't come yet but I'm still worried. Can you help me?

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Sounds like you have nothing to worry about, babe.

Next time (and I know you know this, but it bears repeating), latex gloves and handwashing, and you won't have to worry about this.

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