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uhohhelpme
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Hi. So me and my girlfriend were messing around. She have me a handjob/head and I was fingering her. We made sure we were extremely careful and she wiped off the minimal amount of pre ejaculate she got on her, and didn't touch herself. I made sure not to touch myself either so as to not transfer any fluids to her vagina. When I came, It was into a towel. She said she got a little bit on her, but wiped it off and we didn't touch each other at all after I came. Is there anything I should be concerned about in terms of pregnancy?
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Redskies
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You also asked
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Hi. If my girlfriend took a Plan B pill that did induce her period and we had manual sex, would that pose any risk for causing her cycle to change or alter the time of her next period?
which I've copied here so that we don't get confused by having two similar conversations with you at the same time [Smile]

Manual sex has no effect on when a period comes, or on anything in the menstrual cycle. Taking Plan B can cause temporary changes to the menstrual cycle. A period might be a little different to how someone expected and might come at a different time to when they expected.

So, you're describing
- oral sex
- manual sex.
Have you had a look at our information here: Can I Get Pregnant, or Get or Pass On an STI From That?? From that information, what do you think the level of risk was?

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uhohhelpme
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Yes I took a look at it and it was helpful. I just wanted to be sure that even if she may have gotten pre-ejaculate or semen on her, wiped it off, and did not touch herself there is nothing to be worried about?
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Redskies
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Pregnancy cannot happen by pre-ejaculate or semen being transferred around. If you'd like to know more about why that is, this piece: Human Reproduction: A Seafarer's Guide explains in detail.

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