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Jessnic
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Ok so today my bf came over and we decided to engage in sexual activity. First we engage in dry sex, then he started to rub himself and about 5 mins later he fingered me. Then he took his bare penis and put it on my bare buttcheck but it was close to the crack. Then i was naked but he was wearing shorts and underwear. After all of this he tells me he ejaculated in his underwear 2 hours before hand and did not change his underwear but did was his hands with soap. I am really worried after he told me this because what if he touched a semen stain inside his underwear or got semen on his hand from his penis and he fingered me. does any of this pose a risk?
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Karybu
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Hi Jessnic. Could you read through this piece first, please? Can I Get Pregnant, or Get or Pass On an STI From That?

If you still have questions after that, let us know.

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Jessnic
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It says dry sex and manual sex is no risk. What about him putting his bare penis on my bare but close to my crack. And what if there was still semen on his finger?
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Jacob at Scarleteen
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Hi Jess,

These 'what-ifs' aren't anything we can comment on. Those stats are based on research... and we're not likely to find any research on the likelihood of pregnancy from 'penis being near to crack'... the main reason is that logically it doesn't pose a risk that anyone has thought even needs the research to happen.

That's a pretty safe judgement call for all those scientists to make, because of what we know about sperm, and it would be for you too. But if you struggle to make a call like that, it's worth thinking why...

If it's not knowing enough about sperm, reproduction and fertility we have articles on that:
http://www.scarleteen.com/article/bodies/where_did_i_come_from_a_refresher_course_in_human_reproduction

It's also very very common for it to be because other feelings, anxieties, and thoughts about sex are holding us back from deciding a risk of pregnancy isn't significant. And if you think that's the case there are plenty of good starting points for addressing the psychological side of things.

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Jessnic
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Ok, so what I can get at is nothing I posted poses a risk of pregnancy and I should not worry at all, correct?
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That's correct. =)
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