My boyfriend and I are both virgins. I also still have my hymen attached. Yesterday him and I had anal sex. He did not cum. But there was precum. I know it's not possible to get pregnant from anal sex. His penis was never injected into my vagina but it did rub the outside of it; vuvla I believe it's called. I'm not exactly sure if precum did or didn't get on it. But if it did, could I get pregnant . He also fingered me, my worry is that his finger could have pushed precum on my vagina inside of it. Or maybe there was some on his finger? I do tend to over worry a lot. But I rather worry than not be worried at all. I've read several places that precum does not contain sperm. Only if after the male had masturbated the last term they urinated. Which he says he usually always does either way. But after reading my situation; what do you think my chances of pregnancy are? High? Low? Please help me out. I can't stop worrying.
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Pregnancy chances are remote according to the description provided by you as anal intercourse carries less chances of conception but any infecction can easily be transmitted by this method so it is always advisable to use protection if you are having any such contact.
Regarding the precum, it does contain sperms but if there was no vaginal penetration then again possibility of conception does not seem to be there as sperms cannot travel by themselves and only swim through vaginal fluid.Sperms die off after coming in contact with air.
Relax yourself and avoid any unprotected sexual contact for prevention from pregnancy and various other diseases.
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