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As per my OCD about getting pregnant even without having sex, I went ahead and inserted the IMPLANON into my arm about 7 months ago. It has been fine, so weird symptoms or anything. Anyways, I fooled around with my boyfriend last night. We were both naked but his penis never touched me, or anywhere near that area. But now I am worried that maybe he had touched himself before he fingered me or that some precum got on the sheets and I sat on it?! I am not sure whether either of those is even a rational fear, so I am writing.... Is there a chance I could ger pregnant here or am I overreacting?

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It would take a significant amount of pre-ejaculate on his hands to present a pregnancy risk-- essentially dripping. It is also extremely unlikely that a risk would be presented by pre-ejaculate on the sheets. I don't see a viable risk with what you have told us here, but if you are truly worried, a pregnancy test is valid 10-14 days after the incident. Hope this helps!

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