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Aditya M
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Me n my gf were drunk and we were fooling around..she took my hand and I touched her vagina..I did not insert my finger inside her. I might have touched the vaginal opening just for a few seconds max thats all.. I had touched my penis before that but im sure i had not ejaculated although my penis was wet and might have had some precum..she was on the fifth day of her period and she was bleeding slightly in the morning few hours before this happened..can she get pregnant because of this act? Pls help im scared.. I read that manual sex and precum wont cause pregnancy but im really freaking out here..we are not ready for this.. if anything goes wrong we would be in a lot of problem. is there any possibility that she might be pregnant?
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Hi AdityaM ,

Please give this a read as all answers can be found here! This Is Your Pregnancy Scare Answer

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