My girlfriend and I masturbated one another last night. I ejaculated, largely into her hand, and after about 5-10 minutes, she mistakenly put her hand into her vagina, when trying to show me where it is I should be putting my fingers. By that time her hands were dry, although it's unclear exactly how dry. Regarding her period, she was at the very end of her menstrual cycle. How worried should we be about conception?
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quote:If your fingers or hands came into contact with pre-ejaculate (pre-cum) or semen (ejaculate, "cum"), either your own or your partner's, did you touch your female partner's genitals or insert your finger(s) into her vagina (or touch your own genitals/insert your finger(s) into your vagina if you are female) while there was still pre-ejaculate or semen on your fingers or hands?
If YES, then you have a LOW risk of pregnancy. See your health care provider for a pregnancy test and an STD screening.
Sperm has trouble surviving in non-hospitable environments like hands for more than 20 minutes, but it's hard to say here whether that was the case or not. If your partner's hands were completely dry, it's unlikely, but she might want to obtain emergency contraception to be safe.
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