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sarah grace
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i have been terrified the past few days that i'm pregnant.

i was at my boyfriend's house and we were messing around. he obviously had an erection. he "adjusted" himself/his boxers a few times, and i know he does produce precum when he has an erection. after that, he took my clothes off and fingered me. i'm pretty sure he touched my legs/my clothes/the couch/other stuff before his fingers actually entered my vagina, and i've done all kinds of research and it seems that there is a risk. there was no semen involved, and he did perform oral on me during and after the fingering. i'm so scared that i'm going to have to tell my mom that even though i'm a virgin, i'm pregnant. i haven't missed my period yet, but i'm still SO, so scared.

help?

edit: i was thinking about getting emergency contraception, but this all happened on monday, and today is saturday. =[[ too late.

[ 06-13-2009, 04:11 PM: Message edited by: sarah grace ]

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Really, when you start having to trace the path semen or pre-ejaculate may have taken, your risk is pretty much nil. Unless you were to take a good fingerfull of fresh semen and smear it on your genitals, the risk from fingering/oral sex is extremely low. So it doesn't sound like you had a risk from this situation.

If it makes you feel better and would be more reassuring, you can take a pregnancy test at least 10 days after the risk. That way you don't have to wait for your period to come before you can be fully relieved. But as I said, I really don't think you had a risk here.

For the future, you can always suggest using condoms for any kind of sex, and washing hands before and after manual sex.

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oh my gosh, thank you. i have been SO worried. i'm so glad this site exsists and that you guys do this. it's really great to have somewhere to turn when you're freaking out. so you really don't think i should worry?
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Not in this case, no. [Smile]

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