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Yaya
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My boyfriend and I have fooled around twice since we've been going out. Each time he has fingered me. He says his hands were dry but, I'm not too sure. Can I get pregnant if he had some sort (not exactly semen) fluid on his hands? I'm so worried about this and I want to know if there have been alot of pregnancy do to this type of situation.
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logic_grrl
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If he had fresh semen or pre-ejaculate (sperm can only survive outside a "friendly environment" for 20-30 minutes at most) on his fingers, then touched your vulva or penetrated your vagina with those fingers, then yes, you'd have a potential pregnancy risk (not to mention an STD risk).

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However, guys don't just walk around with sperm on their fingers. He would have to have touched his own penis within 20-30 minutes of touching you for that to happen.


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