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May91
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My girlfriend was gave me a BJ for a few minutes (I never came) I had my penis stuck out of my boxers, and when she was done I put it away, zipped my pants, and adjusted myself. The tip of my penis was wet since she had been licking it, and I'm afraid if there may have been some precum on the tip and if I got some on my middle finger. When I put my penis away, as a described before, I think that I may have wiped off any liquids that were on my finger (if there were any, I think I would have felt any liquid on my finger) Any way, after I put away my penis, I rubbed her vulva with my middle finger. I did not even touch the vagina or go in. This incident happened on a Monday and she had ended her period the day before. Please help.

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May91
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Please help!
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I was in your same situation with my boyfriend. He masturbates before fingering me. I was so worried but I ended up getting my period on time. Reality is, even if you guys were to have sexual intercourse where your penis is inside her vagina, it's not even 100% that she'll get pregnant. Let alone will she get pregnant if you touch her vulva. So to answer your question, it is HIGHLY unlikely that she will get pregnant. Don't stress it and tell her not to stress it. If she thinks she's pregnant then her body will trick her into thinkng she has pregnancy symptoms.
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May91
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Did your boyfriend have anything on his fingers?
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May91, welcome to the boards. Please have a read of this: This Is Your Pregnancy Scare Answer - our information there and linked from there will help you out.

LanaBanana, welcome. For the future, this thread is in the "Expert Advice" area of the boards, which is for staff/volunteer replies and the original poster only. You're welcome to join in with threads in the "Scarleteen Central" section and to start your own thread anywhere. Thanks!

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May91
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Redskies, I have read those but I can't relate them to my question. I just need a straight forward answer from someone based off of my situation. Please.
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May91
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And also, is she just finished her period the day before this incident, aren't the chances that she won't even begin ovulation until a couple weeks after?
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That link is a straightforward answer that applies to your situation.

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May91
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I just read it more thoroughly, thank you for your help. I'm feeling a little better now.
I do have another question though, a woman does not ovulate right after her period is over, correct?

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When ovulation occurs varies from person to person, and there's no way to know when it happens unless someone has been charting their cycles for a few months. You can read more about how the menstrual cycle works right here: On the Rag: A Guide to Menstruation

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Karyn and I must be psychically linked [Wink]

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May91
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Based off her cycle, she is supposed to start ovulating some time next week.
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Onionpie
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You really can't know when to expect someone to ovulate unless they are charting several details about their cycle. You can find out more about that here:
Get With the Flow: All About FAM

Also, I really suggest you read this:
Let's Dial Down Some (Maybe) Ovulation Freakouts

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May91
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Based off her cervical mucus, which became the "creamy" feeling yesterday, she is not yet ovulating. So even if there was a risk, she has not ovulated quick enough to have an egg for the sperm
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