Laying it out straight. My girlfriend and I were fooling around and she was naked and I had my pants on, I began fingering her for at least a half hour and I made sure to not put my hands in my pants. At a certain point I may have used my hand to pull my pants up and touched some precum but im not sure whether or not my hand was dry when i fingered her with that hand some couple minutes later. Once we were done and I checked myself, I showed no signs of having ejaculated (I think I wouldve noticed either way) and there was minimal signs of precum on my pants. Based on my best guess she was 7-9 days into her cycle. How possible is it that she could be pregnant from this?
Not very likely at all; however, if you do plan to become sexually active and don't want a baby, please ensure to use birth control. If your girlfriend is not already on the pill, maybe she should consider starting.
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