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Am I being too paranoid?

By Anonymous November 19, 2016 - 1:37am
 
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-my boyfriend and I were kissing and I touched his penis with my hand. (I can't remember if it got Pre on or not)but I probably did.

-he then removed my underwear and gave me oral. He was laying on my underwear while doing it and I'm worried that my underwear got some of his Pre on if it leaked onto them even tho he was wearing clothes. I put my underwear back on when he'd finished and that's why I'm worried if they could've had Pre on.

-after oral I was all damp down there so I went to the bathroom and wiped my vagina and then placed a tissue in my underwear as the saliva still on my genitals were making the material damp and I kept the tissue in my underwear for atleast 4 hours. I placed the tissue in my underwear and wiped myself all with the same hand I touched his penis with, so could my dry hand transfer sperm on to the tissue, which then came in contact with my vagina ? I didn't wash my hands after touching his penis at all.

-after that I gave my bf a hand job. There was a tissue with Pre wiped on it and my Bf accidentally threw it on my lap (while I was clothed) could that cause a risk also?

-I was also starting to think, what if when he was giving me oral he some how had traces of sperm in his mouth which then got into my vagina e.g he puts his fingers in mouth after touching penis and then gives me oral. Sorry for sounding stupid I'm just really worried right now. If you could answer in a lot of detail that would be so helpful thank you!

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Dear Anon,

Thanks for your question today on EmpowHer!

Anytime you have unprotected sex, you risk pregnancy. There is no perfectly safe time, although couples who very carefully track the woman’s menstrual cycle and are very knowledgeable about her reproductive system often can, with a strong degree of certainty, avoid pregnancy. But this is not a fail-safe method.

It's unlikely to become pregnant with the scenario you describe. I would suggest getting on birth control and using protection each and every time if having intercourse, which is how pregnancy occurs. I've provided some links below that may help you.

http://www.empowher.com/pregnancy/content/am-i-pregnant-myths-and-facts-about-sex

https://www.empowher.com/birth-control/content/choosing-right-birth-cont.

Best,
Helena

November 19, 2016 - 7:30am
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