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Hi. So last night I have my bf a hand job (he came on my hand) then I went straight to the bathroom and washed my hands 3 times in a row with cold water and liquid soap. I stayed at his house for about 10 more minutes and didn't touch anymore semen. Then I drove home (5 minutes) and washed my hands (up to the elbows) with cold water and bar soap. Then I used the restroom. Even though I had washed my hands 4 times by this point I tried to be careful not to touch the toilet paper very much but I may have a little bit just by virtue of taking it off the roll. I couldn't be pregnant, right? I'm getting a lot of conflicting information on the internet.
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No, pregnancy is not a viable risk given this situation. When you have to start backtracking about where the semen went, especially when no genital contact is involved, that's a good indicator that you probably don't have a risk.

Don't be afraid to turn to us for information-- something about your post reminds me vaguely of some horrible answers I've seen on Yahoo! [Smile]

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