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lucki1234
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"Hello. I gave my bf a handjob and he ejaculated. About 5 minutes afterwards I washed my hands in very hot water with soap for about a minute.then I wiped my hands dry with paper towels. i then touched many things liked doors, my car keys, cookies, umbrella, then got home and went to the bathroom and accidentally touched my clitoris when going to the bathroom. Is pregnancy possible from this situation? Im not sure if I used enough soap when I washed my hands or maybe there was sperm under my finger nails I didnt get. I only had my fingers on my clitoris for about 10 seconds.should i obtain EC? this just happened yesterday
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ASargent42
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You had no risk of pregnancy from this situation. Sperm are very delicate organisms, and would not survive a hand washing, let alone being transferred from object to object. In fact, once you start having to track every where you've touched, you risk of pregnancy decreases quickly. You can always use this manual sex risk assessment to determine your risk in the future. [Smile]

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