Is there any pregnancy risk from the following situation? First off my bf and I have decided not to have sex until we are married. We do however engage in manual sex. We're pretty careful. I took my clothes off and he touched me. I'm 99.9% sure that his hands were dry. Then he took his clothes off and I touched him. There was little to no pre-cum present. If he had gotten a little pre-cum on his leg, and I was laying on his leg. Is it possible to have a pregnacy risk? I'm almost certain nothing was transfered, but if there was it was little to none. He didn't touch my vagina after i touched him. He did however touch right about my pubic hair. Lastly, can pre-cum get tranfered to sheets and then back on a person to have a preg risk? Would there have to be a substantial amount of sperm present to have a preg risk from manual sex? I think I'm really just worring about nothing, but would like to have some reassurance. thanks in advance...
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No, there really is no pregnancy risk here. Unless you got ejaculate or pre-ejaculate directly on your vulva, there really wouldn't have been a way for any sperm to get into your vagina.
However, in order to avoid anxiety, why not just make sure your boyfriend wears a condom any time you engage in manual sex? That way, any pre-ejaculate or ejaculate will be neatly contained in the resovoir tip, and you will have peace of mind. Plus, it's handy to keep the condoms (and water based lube!) around just in case things go further than you expected.
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