Greetings, I did a really stupid thing and I am looking for a medical/scientfic answer. I met a woman and we fooled around mostly just fingering. After a while she asked me to ejaculate on her back. I did and went and grabbed a towel to wipe it off her back. Some *** had dripped into her rear crack and may have got near her vagina before it was wiped off. I am not positive but it may have come in contact with the outside of her vagina. This was all from behind before it was wiped up. She took a shower afterwards but I am very nervous. I understand that normally there needs to be penetration and the sperm need to get pushed through the cervix. However, what is the likelihood from a pregnancy resulting from this action? Any insight would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
HI! If your partner was my patient, I would advise her that there is very minimal chance of a pregnancy occurring from this episode. However, because the chance is not zero, I would also encourage her to use emergency contraception which is available without a prescription for any one 17 or older. It is effective for up to 120 hours after the contact.
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