I know you get lots of these posts, and I'm sorry to add to that number, but I'm being paranoid and just need some peace of mind. While I did read the article about assessing pregnancy risks, I guess I still want to hear a direct answer. The other day my boyfriend and I had dry sex and he ejaculated in his boxers (he was also wearing pants). I know I have no pregnancy risk there because we were both fully clothed and nothing leaked through. But afterwards he went to change and I'm worried that semen might have touched his hands while he was doing so. He says he's about 99% sure he rinsed or washed his hands after that. But what if he didn't? I don't think he fingered me anymore after that, but I can't be sure.
So yeah, I sound paranoid. That's usually how I am. I just need to hear it from someone who knows about these kind of things that I'm just worrying way too much...
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Understand that in order for there to be a pregnancy risk, he'd need to have his hand be DRIPPING with semen if he gave you manual sex after touching some. So if he washed his hands, that would eliminate any risk, if there was a risk there to begin with.
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