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La95
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Hi, Just wondering if I could ask a few questions about manual sex, I have a drastic lack of information about things like this and want to know everything about the risks and all before I keep on doing it with my boyfriend. I'm quite a paranoid person, so I just want to be sure of a few things.

If there was semen on my boyfriends hand, how likely would it be that it would not be wiped off by him pulling down my underwear? And if it wouldn't be wiped off, what would the chances of pregnancy be from this slightly battered sperm?

If there was semen on my boyfriends hand, how long would it take for that sperm to be exposed enough to air that him fingering me wouldn't present a pregnancy risk?

If there was semen on my hand, then I held my boyfriends hand, then he fingered me,all this happening over the course of three or four minutes, what would the risk of pregnancy be in this situation?

If there was not a visible amount of semen on my boyfriends hand,but there may have been some all the same and he fingered me, would this be a pregnancy risk?

Sorry about all the questions, these are just situations I thought of, and I wanted to ask about them before they become a problem.

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Heather
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If your boyfriend has ejaculated on his hands, then what he wants to do is wash them. Or, if water and soap aren't around, to wipe them off with a tissue or something, at the very least. To reduce infection risks, though, handwashing or using hand sanitizer are needed: wiping alone should make pregnancy a non-issue, but won't take care of bacteria.

If your boyfriend had semen on his hands then immediately put them on your genitals, pregnancy risks would exist but pregnancy from indirect transfer like that isn't at all likely.

Again, if he has semen on his hands, waiting twenty minutes for it to dry instead of just washing his hands strikes me as a bit odd. Does he just not wash his hands when he gets stuff on them?

Again, with the your hand then his hand stuff, you are not describing a pregnancy risk. But again, ya'll: just wash your hands. If nothing else, it's just plain old good manners and basic hygiene, you know?

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