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BobRohrman123
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I fingered my girlfriend. Before I fingered her I "adjusted myself". I touched my penis and it may have pre-cum on it. I'm not sure how long after it was that I fingered her. I do know that I did not have wet hands when I fingered her and that I didnt go directly from my penis to her vagina. She has 2 days left to get her period and she still hasn't. She and I are freaking out that she may be pregnant. She says that she usually has an irregular period but we're still nervous shes pregnant. What are the chances? What should I do? I'm freaking out here.
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ErinK
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It really doesn't sound like there's a risk for pregnancy from what you're describing.

There are a lot of reasons why a period can be late, including stressing out about the coming of a period. The best thing that your girlfriend can do is relax. That advice works for you, too. [Smile]

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BobRohrman123
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Thanks Erin

Also, I just wanted to know if its possible for my hands to be dry but still transfer sperm or anything? And what is the best pregnancy test to get just in case she still hasnt gotten her period in a few days?

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Leabug
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Sperm die when the fluid that hosts them dries up, so if your hands were dry, you've got nothing to worry about.

All home pregnancy tests are the same in terms of accuracy (even the cheapie generic brand ones), so it really doesn't matter which one you choose, should you decide to take a test. (So, in other words, there's really no need to go and splurge on a fancy digital readout test, for example, when a generic brand one will do the same thing for half the price- unless you really like the digital readout.)

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BobRohrman123
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Thanks for the help so far guys.

My girlfriend went out and got a first response pregnancy test and it came back negative. Is there a possible way she could still be pregnant?

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-Jill
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A pregnancy test can give accurate results as soon as 10 days after a risk. If you waited at least ten days to take the test, you can trust the results.

In this case however, you really didn't have a risk so it's safe to assume you are not pregnant.

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