My boyfriend and I were fooling around two days ago (today is Tuesday, that was on Sunday afternoon). I ended up giving him a blow job (no condom). I swallowed the ejaculate immediately afterwards, though there may have been trace amounts left on him afterwards. Right after we finished, he went to clean himself off in the bathroom with toilet paper (he says he didn't get anything on his hands and that his hands only touched the toilet paper). He also washed his hands with soap (bar soap, not liquid soap) and water in the bathroom before coming back. We lay around for a while before starting anything again, and between 5-10 minutes later he fingered me (his hands were completely dry and presumably clean). Between me swallowing, him probably not touching any ejaculate, him washing his hands after, and us waiting a bit before he touched me, is there any chance that I could be at risk for a pregnancy? (I am not on any hormonal birth control. We are both each others' first partners so we doubt there'd be any chance of contracting STDs.) There's still enough time left for me to get Plan B if you guys think it'd be a good idea. I've been feeling very paranoid about this and haven't been able to stop thinking about it for the past two days. I appreciate all your help, and thanks for reading.
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