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sperms might have beenin my fingers even if i wiped it..

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my gf made me ejaculate with her hand and she wiped it out.. i touched my penis.. after that i wiped my fingers and did fingering and made her come too... there might be a little chance that some sperms might have been there in my fingers even if i wiped it..her normal period is at the end of every month.. this incident was on the 14th day after her periods... now her next period started 2 days late...feeling a little stomach ache and little vomiting tendancy(havnt vomited) after the period started.. is there any chance that she is pregnant? will she get pregnant even if she is having periods?
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replied July 3rd, 2012
Am I Pregnant Answer A36682
Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum and thanks for writing

According to the description provided by you the possibility of pregnancy is almost nil.Sperms die off soon after coming in contact with air and as you had wiped your hand they cannot be transferred by fingering.For the pregnancy to occur vaginal penetration is required.

Your partner has started her periods and if the blood flow is normal then ask her to be relaxed as stress can cause changes in the cycle.Cramps might be due to hormonal fluctuations.If she feels any unusual symptom ask her to visit a Gynaecologist for evaluation.

Take care!


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