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Jimmy
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Did a few searches but couldnt find one that exactly matched ny situation.

Last week I came outside of my gf. A good chunk ended up on my right hand.

After a sec she asked me to finger her which I did with my other hand. I dont think it had anything on it but are concerned I may have used it without thinking to squeeze and wipe cum off the tip of my penis. When I do this I know I rub my fingers4 togethet to dry it out, at least so I cant feel it wet.

I was drunk and thats as much as I can remember.

Is pregnancy,risk unlikely?

Thanks.

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Jimmy
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I guess the question is does a littler bit of cum, rubbed together so it doesnt feel wet, inserted deep inside pose a risk? I def would habe noticed if it was fresh wet cum and wouldnt have fingered her.

Cheers x

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Robin Lee
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HI Jimmy,

Can you take a look at this first, please?

Afraid you might be pregnant? Please read this first.

Thanks.

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Jimmy
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Yeh I did read that. Guess it says it's unlikely.
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Jimmy
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Im just a bit of an overthinker so it would be nice to know your thoughts on,this scenario.
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Robin Lee
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Unless there is direct contact of semen to the vulva or inside the vagina--that is, ejaculated directly from a penis onto or into this area--there's no pregnancy risk. Another way to look at it is that the sperm in semen, if the semen makes any other stops along the way from penis to vulva or vagina, dies and can no longer help to create a pregnancy.

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Jimmy
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Thanks. Will still be cautious as I'm prone to worrying but thanks for taking the time! :-)
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