I gave my boyfriend a hand job and he came. Then we had vaginal sex. Is pregnancy possible?

For pregnancy to happen, semen has to come into contact with the vagina in some way. This can include if someone has semen on their hands and touch your vagina, if someone ejaculates near your vagina, or if there’s semen on a penis before it enters your vagina.

So even if your boyfriend ejaculated outside of your body, by putting his penis inside of your body semen could’ve still been present- putting the risk of pregnancy on the table. Unless your boyfriend washed his penis or put on a condom before you had vaginal sex, pregnancy could happen.

It’s important to note that the only way to 100% prevent STIs and unplanned pregnancy is to practice abstinence. Abstinence is when someone refrains from oral, anal, or vaginal sex.

But there are ways to help reduce your risk of transmitting an STI or having an unplanned pregnancy.

Teen Clinic offers many forms of birth control. And although birth control methods can be up to 99% effective in preventing pregnancy, they are not effective in preventing STIs.  It’s a great idea to consider condoms  and dental dams when you’re engaging in sexual activities. If used correctly and consistently, condoms can help prevent pregnancy and STI transmission by up to 98%! Teen Clinic offers free condoms and dental dams.

If you have any questions or want to make an appointment at Teen Clinic, give us a call at 303-442-5160.