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Surf Chicklet
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Hi,
Is it possible for sperm (pre-ejaculate, ejaculate..) to go unnoticed completely? (Such as not staining or wetting pants/hands, etc..) Just to feel completely normal and dry? I'm asking because I have contact with male hands and I freak out if I (by accident) go to the bathroom without washing my hands first. I *have* gotten help for this, however! I'm seeing another guidance councilor about my ocd, but I havent explained this whole 'fear of pregnancy' problem just yet. Its hard to talk about.
Okay, thanks so much!

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ErinK
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Honestly, it's difficult to not notice pre-ejaculate or ejaculate. Plus, if it's dry, it's no longer a threat for pregnancy or STDs.

I'm glad you're getting some help. Good luck in continuing to talk about things!


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Surf Chicklet
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Thanks so much! So, basically, if I cant see anything or feel anything on my hands, Im safe? There are no "unnoticable" factors..correct?
Thanks Again

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alaska
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Simply put: Surf Chicklet, one does not have a pregnancy risk from non-sexual contact with males. Not from shaking hands, or touching something male hands have touched.
There are no safety measurements one has to take in non-sexual contact with males to avoid pregnancy.

Good on you for discussing this with a counsellor. - Hope talking about your fears and worries will be helpful for you.

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