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bob_jones200387
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Last night I was fingering my girlfriend, she went to the bathroom and while she was in the bathroom I was readjusting my boxers and checked to see if there was pre-cum on my penis which there was. She came back into the room about 5 minutes later and I started fingering her again, which was stupid I know. I realised after about 5 seconds and stopped and went and washed my hands. I was worried about the risk of pregnancy. I had not ejaculated for over 24 hours when the incident took place and I have urinated several times. What are the risks? Should my gf take EC?
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I don't see a real risk here, nor any need for emergency contraception.

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Thanks for the reply. I should have mentioned that I did touch some of the pre-cum when I was readjusting my boxers. Does this make a difference?

Sorry for further question, just want to be absolutely sure.

Thanks.

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Sorry for the delay: had to run out to a breakfast meeting.

You've said that you'd urinated before this, and to boot, that kind of indirect contact even with a full ejaculation would make a pregnancy risk unlikely.

So again, I don't see a risk here. But for the future? One thing that can make all of this a no-brainer, and also tends to make manual sex feel awfully nice for women is using latex gloves and lubricant. That way, not only do things feel slick and nice, but when you're taking a pause, you can just take your glove off and then put on a new one when you start again. Voila!

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Hi again. Sorry to oontinue. But what do you mean by indirect contact? My main worry is still that there might have been precum on my finger when i fingered her.
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