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Is this a possible chance for pregnancy?

By Anonymous February 3, 2015 - 7:24pm
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On Friday the 23rd night/early Saturday morning I went with my boyfriend into his car, and we jacked each other off (i'm a girl). it was my first time doing that ever with a guy and he was very understanding, but he came and it went everywhere. at the same time he was fingering me. basically I'm worried that there would be the slightest chance that I'd get pregnant from this? Like if he had any trace of sperm on his hands while he touched me. I'm pretty sure that he did use a different hand on me though.

It was my first time doing anything like this with a guy, and I'm still a virgin. Plus I have an phone app that tracks my period and I'm due to have one on the 7th, but they said I'd be fertile around the day that we messed around.this is the part that is really worrying me.
So on the Monday after (60 hours after), I went to Family planning. The nurse said the risk for pregnancy was low, but I still bought and took a morning after pill - from the brand NorLevo. Exactly a week later (last night), I started to bleed. It started light, and now seems to be like a regular period. The one thing that is missing is the cramps - I normally suffer from bad cramps on the first two days of my period.

Do you think there's a possibility of me getting pregnant from this? I've never even had sex, but I'm so paranoid that maybe I could've gotten pregnant from what I did with the guy. When should I take a home pregnancy test??
Please help as I'm really worried :( thanks!

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