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rainbowfox
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My boyfriend fingered me  while I was naked and things got steamy and I put my hand in his pants and began to give him a handjob while I laid naked beside him. We needed lube so I when over ( without removing my hand from inside his pants) and grabbed a container of lube. I opened It it with my free hand a put some on his hand then on mine. He finished fingering me and I grabbed my underwear with my free hand and put it on while he helped so I didnt have to remove my free hand. Same with pants. I then sat down and finished the handjob. He came and I washed my hands and finished putting on my clothing . I then dried humped him and sat on his bed. I laid on the bed as well.  I had thin shorts (not Jeans) Is there any risk for pregnancy? im freaking out . My boyfriend keeps telling me im fine but I cant stop worrying. Im worried some semen might have gotten around my vagina from precum somewhere. Or the fresh sperm on his pants got to me when I dried hump him. His pebis was directly under my vagina while dry humping
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September
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Welcome to Scarleteen, rainbowfox. Can you please take a look here, first: http://www.scarleteen.com/this_is_your_pregnancy_scare_answer

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rainbowfox
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So this does not pose a risk?

[ 06-12-2014, 03:35 PM: Message edited by: rainbowfox ]

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rainbowfox
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I have a vacation coming up very soon and this worries will ruin my first real vacation. I have ODC. My period should come before I leave but I'm scared it will not. Any advice ?
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Do you have any strategies that you use to help calm yourself down when you're stressed? Really, all you can do is try your best to relax. Some of the suggestions in this article might be helpful: Self-Care a La Carte

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rainbowfox
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Should I invest in plan B??
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Sam W
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Did you read that link September gave you? If not, you can find your answer there (or in the many articles listed within that link).

FYI, I'm also moving this thread to the "Pregnancy Scared" section.

[ 06-12-2014, 09:10 PM: Message edited by: Sam W ]

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rainbowfox
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Yes but I am a little confused because there are two responses there in that page.
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Sam W
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Which responses are confusing you?

And did you read any of the articles that are contained in that link?

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rainbowfox
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"No, we cannot know if you are pregnant if you have not yourself taken a test, since we are not apregnancy test nor are we psychics."

So I need to take a test? [Frown]

Sorry if my worries are making things harder to under stand.

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Sam W
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We also say this
"If you are reading this page, it is probably because you asked a question about a pregnancy scare in one of our direct services, where we easily determined from the information you gave us that you did NOT have a realistic risk, and we answered it with this link."

That is the part of the link that is applicable to you. And, again, read the other articles in that link to understand why we're saying that.

It sounds like engaging in this level of sexual behavior is causing you stress. Have you considered scaling back to a level where you feel more comfortable?

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If you follow the other links on that page, they have the information you need to see if it's a risk or not - there's a ton of information there about pregnancy risks and how a pregnancy does happen in situations when that's possible.

Also, one of the links in that article is broken, and I think it'll be useful here: Can I Get Pregnant, or Get or Pass On an STI From That?

[ 06-12-2014, 09:48 PM: Message edited by: Molias ]

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rainbowfox
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Sam, yes youre right. It does cause me alot of stress. I am going to stop doing these kinds of things for a while. I have read through the articles but am unsure because I was naked and worried some semen may have gotten somewhere. I know precum can have semen in it.
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Being naked doesn't mean anything unless your genitals also came in direct contact with his. Did you read the link that Molias gave you? It describes very clearly what sort of situations pose a risk of pregnancy, and what is not a risk.

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I did read the link. thank you all for your help.
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My period was suppose to come today and it didnt. No cramps or anything. My period is never late. Should I take a test?
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It's very unusual for someone's period to come on the exact day they expect it every single cycle. A small amount of variation is very common and expected. A period isn't considered late until 5 days after the latest day you expected it [Smile]

Taking a test is completely up to you. If you feel like taking a test and seeing the result for yourself will help you feel better, that's something you can do.

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I see. Hopefully it will come tomorrow! Thanks
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My period came! Thanks everyone!
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