well this is the first time this thing happned, my gf was givng me a handjob while i fingerd herwhile being on top of her as usual, and when i came it was like massive idk, all over her stomach and chest, even some on her face, but thing hat really shocked me is it also got on top of her vagina somehow, like on toop of it where her underwear would go, and like her uppper leg, i really didnt see any directly on her vagina and wiped it off imeeadealy and turned on the light and looked at it to make sure and liek i said i dindt see any direclty on it but on top of it and her lower leg, its still a shock to me how it even got there, but liek i said how possible is it tht she could be havea possiblilty of pregency, i mfreaking out, thanks alot
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Virginia, not only is this area for Staff and Volunteer responses ONLY, but it is also NOT okay to post misinformation on this forum, period.
While intercourse presents a greater risk of pregnancy than other sexual activity, it is not the ONLY time a woman is at risk of becoming pregnant. Sperm (either in ejaculate or pre-ejaculate) need only to come into contact with the vulva in order to pose a risk. Sperm CAN enter the vagina, even just from contact on the vulva.
So, in response to your question, sleepingawake, a pregnancy risk would only be present if ejaculate or pre-ejaculate came into contact with her vulva. From what you described, if I understood it correctly, it doesn't seem like this happened, so in this situation there was no risk.
In the future? Wear a condom, this will prevent a pregnancy risk entirely.
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