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Can I get pregnant if I touched myself two hours after getting precm on my hand ?

By Anonymous May 27, 2017 - 6:40pm
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So my bf and I were messing around on the bus. It was atleast 3:28-3:35 when this occurred. I gave him a handjob with my LEFT HAND. I didn't touch his penis with my RIGHT HAND at all this whole time. I got alittle precm on my hand that I was jerking him off with. Then, it was about 3:45 when he got off the bus. I got home off of the bus at about 4:45. I did what I had to do, used the bathroom like usual, then I changed my clothes, into shorts and a hoodie. I remember faintly, using my LEFT HAND to grab the side of my underwear, (don't remember what exactly I was doing, thought I had a rash or something.) I used my RIGHT HAND to touch my vagina. I remember not going inside it, but close. After my workout , I went into the shower, and that's when I started freaking out. I started researching, and googling answers and haven't found one yet. My period ended a few days ago- I have 5 days until ovulation. But keep in mind I did not touch my vagina with the hand I used to jerk him off with. It was about 5:25 when I took a shower anyways. I hope I am not at risk for getting pregnant. I think the sperm dies, sooner but I sure hope so. Please help.

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Hello, Anon.

Thank you for your post.

Relax. You cannot get pregnant this way. There is a risk of pregnancy when a woman has unprotected sex with ejaculation inside her vagina or (more rarely) on the opening.

Pre-ejaculate fluid itself does not contain sperm. If a male has had a recent ejaculation, sperm can remain in the urethra (the tube that both semen and urine pass through). Once he urinates, sperm is flushed out.


May 28, 2017 - 4:27am
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