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DavidM
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Hello again everyone. I'm really worried about this. Here's the deal: my girlfriend and I were fooling around last night. Before that I had urinated. We mostly had just manual sex, but then we decided to try anal for a while. I had no condom. I tried to "get in" but I couldn't, so I gave up after a minute or two of trying to "get in". I remember having pre-cum before that, but my girlfriend also gave me oral sex just before we tried anal. I didn't get inside her vagina or her anus (just TRIED anal, never got in), but since we were trying anal I reckon I was pretty close to her vagina. After that I went into the bathroom and ejaculated, so that means that I didn't ejaculate nowhere near my girlfriend. Is there a risk of pregnancy ? I'm worried about pre-cum. Also, is there a chance that a man could release sperm without ejaculation (EG. while we were trying anal, and I was near her vagina) ?

[ 12-09-2011, 02:43 AM: Message edited by: DavidM ]

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Alice
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As you probably know from reading around here, pregnancy can happen when there's penis to vagina, or ejaculate/semen/pre-ejaculate contact with or around a vagina.

And yes, pre-ejaculate can be released before orgasm or ejaculation.

If nothing of those things actually happened, the pregnancy risk is likely zero to low.

Naked touching does pose an STI risk, though.

Do you have a way to obtain condoms, for the future?

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DavidM
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Thank you for the reply. Yes, I can get condoms. This just got a bit out of hand.

So there is very little risk of pregnancy here ? I didn't ejaculate nowhere near her, and I urinated before touching her with my penis.

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Stephanie_1
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Then yes, risk is really very low. More significant is the risk of STIs (as Alice said above) so if you're not both up to date with testing you'll want to do that in about a month.

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