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help. please.

By Anonymous October 19, 2011 - 9:24am
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okay. he fingered me and at first, i was never really worried since i know that fingering cant get you pregnant, unless he has sperm on his hand. so whenever we do it, i always make sure that he never touched himself or have sperm whenever we do foreplay. at first, i was not that worried. but now, things kinda played in my head. like, "what if he touched himself accidentally?" i asked him and he said that he never touched himself before touching me. but really, what if? and i was sure that there were no blob of semen on his finger either. i dont know why, but now i am anxious about me getting pregnant. i mean, there are times that i even request him to use alcohol before touching me. and i never recalled that he "came" before touching me. should i be worried? if i am right, i should have my period tomorrow. *never had regular periods. sometimes 2-3days early, sometimes 2-3days late* been experiencing mild cramps, a bit dry down there, sometimes sore breasts, and hungry mostly. i am not freaking out to the point that i'll kill myself. i just want to know the chances of getting pregnant through these. thanks for answering in advance! Godbless. =)

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thank you for giving your advices. i just needed someone to talk to about this, who would give sensible advices.. and i also doesnt want to startle my partner, since he does not show any sign of worrying about this. thanks miss cody. :)

October 20, 2011 - 2:14am
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I asked him though. he said that no, he never did touch himself, and i know that he didnt ejac before or during he was touching me. what scares me is that sperm is that microscopic, i know that he is dry, but i just want 2 knw the chances of getting preggo thru this. is it high or what?

October 19, 2011 - 10:46am
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