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Trav
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Hello, I wanted to know this.

Me and my girlfriend were messing around and she was master bating me and some pre cum went on her hands and she wiped it off and she held my hand. Then about 10 minutes later I started fingering her. Now I'm paranoid.

Answers would be greatly appreciated.

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Molias
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Hi Trav,

Are you asking if this is a pregnancy risk? If so, take a look at this article, under the manual sex heading: it will answer your question. =) Can I Get Pregnant, or Get or Pass On an STI From That?

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Trav
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Yes I read it, but I can't seem to find the answer.

Can you provide a personal input on this situation please?

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Molias
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Well, in that article, under "manual sex" it says "level of pregnancy risk: no risk." That's about as clear as it gets, and whether or not you or your girlfriend had any precum on either of your hands, that would still fall under the "no risk" umbrella. Manual transfer is just not how pregnancy can happen.

We certainly do always recommend that people wash their hands before touching their genitals or a partner's, but that's because of transfer issues with germs and bacteria, not seminal fluid.

Does that clear things up?

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Thank you so much. I feel so relieved right now. 😄
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