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I was just wondering if I had a potential pregnancy risk. Last night my bf was fingering me...i'm 99.9% sure his hands were dry. I was wondering if I would have a risk if he had accidently touched himself (no precum to maybe a drop at most) and then continued to finger me? Would the precum have to be dripping to present a risk? I'm about to start my period and I'm a little worried a/b it. Thanks...
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Unless you had unprotected genital contact, or his hands were soaking in semen, there is no risk, here, no.

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