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My boyfriend and I were fooling around earlier today. He and I are 23 years old, and we have never had actual sex together. We just fool around. Anyway, we were making out in his car earlier, and he began to finger me. He didn't pull down his pants until after where I just stroked his penis a bit. He doesn't actually usually touch his penis; he just pulls his pants down and waits for me to grab it. However, I don't know if he could have maybe touched the base of his penis (the part which touches his balls) at any point. I texted him and asked him if he ever touched it at all during, and he said he never touched his penis. He didn't come until the very end when I gave him a BJ, and even then, he came into my mouth and we finished what we were doing. I'm scared that some form of pre-ejaculation could have SOMEHOW IN THIS WORLD got onto his fingers if he may or may not have touched the base of his penis, but one of the first things he did before taking his penis out was finger me. He didn't finger me again after that. Am I being paranoid, or could I get pregnant from that? Pls help, I'm literally freaking out and stressing out right now Sad Sad
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replied December 17th, 2011
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From what you are describing, you did not do anything that could get you pregnant.

PLEASE be careful and prepared!
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replied March 13th, 2012
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