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    am i freaking myself out?!
    An_193262 posted:
    is plan b necessary? i was with a guy last night. it was hands only. he did pre cum but didn't touch me immediately. he didn't even touch him self. on my period tracker it says i'm fertile. pre cum was on my hand but i only touched his hand and it wasn't immediate that he fingered me. he doesn't think i should worry. so should i get plan b or just not worry?!
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    If no penetration happened, you're fine. Sperm die pretty quick when exposed to air.
    blazerfan8 replied to tlkittycat1968's response:
    thank you so much! the pharmacist kinda freaked me out. from what i've read online i think i'm fine. so thank you so much!

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