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    An_217257 posted:
    I know this may seem silly, but I didn't want to have sex because I had just gotten off of antibiotics, but I gave him a blow job. I'm sure I wiped my hands, but I'm not sure. Then, I touched myself, but I had a tampon in. If my hand had any sperm on it, was this unsafe as far as pregnancy is concerneed? I am on the pill, but it may have been inactive because I had recently gotten off antibiotics and the pharmacist said I needed a full month of the pill for it to work again. Thank you all so much!
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    htma4494 responded:
    No sweetie, the chances of you getting pregnant off is this is very, very, very small...You dont have anything to worry about!


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