Me and my boyfriend were together last week, I gave him a h*****b and he ejaculated and it got on my hands. We both washed our hands with warm water but no soap about 15 minutes later he fingered me and now my period is 6 days late. Just wondering is there any way I could be pregnant from this?
I'm afraid he had some sperm left on his hands when fingering me
Sperm will not be able to get you pregnant after 15 minutes of exposure to the air. It would have dried and died. Continue to give your boyfriend sexual pleasure and permit him to pleasure you. But continue practice Safe sex. Are you considering marriage? Pregnancy is as easy as 1 2 3.... a baby is HERE
Stay HEALTH, you are the the fastest Sperm from your Father.
Okay thank you I'm just paranoid because I haven't gotten my period in over a week also I took a pregnancy test 2 days ago and it came back negative but I heard they aren't accurate until 2 weeks after?
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