Can I ask for the possibility of pregnancy through fingering? See, he did it 3 or 4 days before I got my period last September (I asked him to use alcohol before starting to kill those bacterias and all. Btw, can alcohol kill sperms?). And a week after my period, he did it again. How fertile am I during these days? I'm not sure if he did get some on his hand but I'm sure he did not ejaculate / masturbate himself before fingering me. (I'm asking because what if some instances, he just touched himself *without ejaculating* and I did not know? Because if you were to ask me, I never saw his hand touch his thing before he fingered me.) I'm just wondering since I'm not that sure if he did get some on his hand or something. I'm sure that he did not have a blob of semen on his hand, but I was just thinking of the possibility since sperm is microscopic and all, what is the possibility of getting pregnant through these?
Sorry about the long post. I'm just wondering. I don't want to stress myself out since I know that this can cause late periods and all. And, I think I won't have my period until 20th maybe. (I was irregular back then, skipping almost months. And then suddenly, I became maybe around 35 days? before I get my next period. Oh, and. Is it even possible to see pregnancy symptoms a week after? *I asked this because I was experiencing cramps and stuffs. And a little bit paranoid that maybe my belly has grown already. Or maybe I'm just that fat. A little bit overweight here. :))*
I posted here once and found it very comforting hearing responses that are not mean and all. That's why I asked you guys again. :D
Please do reply! :D
p.s., I had attended health class *regarding sex ed.* and I'm not that dumb and all. Its just that these kind of stuffs were not that explained well during health classes. :D
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