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By Anonymous January 1, 2016 - 8:26am
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Hello everyone! As me and my gf are so close to each other we got involved in sex. This took place on the 13 of dec 2015 but there was no intercourse involved I just fingered her and she gave me a handjob. I realized I had pre-ejaculate in my fingers but it didnt strike me as we were active. I fingered her with pre-ejaculate acidentally. So now my gf is highly worried that she might get pregnant. She had a last period on the 9th of dec and this activity took place on the 13th. Recently my gf had bowel movements, spineache, cramps, chills during night, spotting and now after being worried about all this she is in a bad mood! We got a urine test done as well on the 31st of dec and it turned out negative. She is due to her next period on the 9th and today is 1st of jan 2016. Can somebody pls advise me regarding this asap. Thanks in advance!

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Hello and welcome to EmpowHer,
Pregnancy is highly unlikely in this scenario and I'll explain why.
First of all, there is no guarantee there is sperm in pre-ejacuation. Also, sperm only lives a few minutes in open air. This is to say that if there was any sperm in the pre-ejaculate on your hand, it was most likely dead from being exposed to open air and being handled.
Also, if this happen only 4 days after her last period ended, that means she was probably not ovulating yet. Ovulation occurs about a week after your period ends. If she is not ovulating, there is notegg to fertilize.
With all these factors against you, pregnancy is highly unlikely.
She needs to wait till her next period. If she misses her next period entirely, she can take a pregnancy test.

January 3, 2016 - 5:32pm
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Anonymous (reply to fchacon)

Thanks for the advice fchacon we are just waiting for her periods

January 3, 2016 - 9:27pm
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