Hello. Yesterday, my girlfriend and I we're fooling around for a few hours without any protection, and I would really like to know how high the pregnancy risk is. We had dry sex and manual sex (I think, but I'm not sure).
As far as the dry sex is concerned, I was wearing boxers, and she was wearing underwear. Im 99% sure that my pre-cum and cum didnt soak through to her underwear, only mine. I think only her vaginal fluids were on her underwear, based on their posititon so I'm not too worried about that.
Its the manual sex that has me concerned. I had 2 orgasms throughout the 3 hours, my first, occured during the first hour, and the 2nd, was the last thing that happened. During my first orgasm, a lot of the cum went to my boxers, because she gave me a handjob inside my boxers, so I dont think it got on her hands. It might have gotten on my hands, but I dont know, I think I touched the tip of my penis after the first orgasm, but Im really not sure. I touched her genitals with my hands briefly, I did it many times over her underwear, but I did it once with my hands, under the underwear. So, I dont know......
I'm a little worried right now, I have a feeling the risks arent too high, but I dont know. Regardless, I've learned a lesson, I just hope its not too late. Thank you.
I would say you have a moderate to low risk of pregnancy in this case, simply because I'm unclear if after you'd ejaculated you also had dry sex in the same shorts containing the ejaculate. If so, that would certainly up the risk to the moderate level, especially if both your undergarments were sodden.
We did have dry sex in the same undergarments. Does that mean for sure that some cum got on her underwear? Or does it just increase the risk that it did? If her underwear didnt contain any cum, would that reduce the risk to low? And one last question, is there a place on the site that explains the different risk levels of pregnecy? Thanks again.
Low, moderate and high mean just what those words mean, really.
Personally, if I had at least a moderate pregnancy risk and did not wish to become pregnant, I would be obtaining emergency contraception.
So, if in doing that assessment you had at least a moderate risk (and I'd say you have -- it means the chances are good she did have some genital contact with semen), I'd consider that in earnest. Bear in mind, it is most effective when used within 72 hours.
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