I know this question has been submitted a bunch of times, but I would feel more secure if I got my own personal answer, due to the fact...well I don't know, but please help.
My b/f and I have been going out for 4 months now, and I do love him dearly, to show our affection we mutualy masturbate each other. Up to the point of both types of oral sex "blow jobs" and "eating out". I usually am right on schedule with my menstrual cycle, 21 days. I'm counting day 22, and am starting to get a wee bit worried about my risks of pregnancy. When we "pleasure" each other we usually do me then him, but a few times, he has went back to me to "finger" me. Never have i recalled him washing his hands with soap and water, but he has had cum/pre cum on his hands. However, we are not WANTING a child, so of course he wiped off his hand several times, and touched many things. No Gloves or protection have been used for our "oral and manual" sex...so I am wondering how high, if at all my risk it, or if stress could make my period late (exams are coming up). Thanks ever so much...you guys help out alot
oh yeah...does sperm "live" for 20 minutes outside the body?
[This message has been edited by janedoe101 (edited 01-06-2003).]
Sperm can live for up to 20 mins outside of the body, yes.
The key here is if semen made contact w/ your vulva at all ... Looking back on it, there may be no real way of knowing for sure, so your best bet is to wait for a missed period. Then take a pregnancy test. If that comes up negative, take another one in 10 or so days.
Just wanted to say thanks for reassuring me I got my period 2 days after I usually do...so I am not pregnant! Thanks for all your help past present and future!
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