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I gave my boyfriend a handjob but it didn't feel like he came, he also fingered me but never touched his penis. I went home and accidentally touched my vagina, not directly but above the opening in the hair. I don't think there was any fluids exchanged. Could I be pregnant? It happened two-three weeks ago but I had my period. I'm still bloated though..,


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replied April 24th, 2012
Am I Pregnant Answer A34217
Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum and thanks for writing

The possibility of pregnancy does not arise according to the description provided by you.First of all for the conception to occur vaginal penetration is required and fingering does not help the sperms in swimming through the vagina.Also they die off after coming in contact with air.

After the episode you had your regular periods so again thet rules out pregnancy possibility.Relax yourself and always avoid unprotected sexual contact.

Take care!


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