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Should we be concerned after an incomplete anal sex? Is it harmful?

Should I be concerned? Tonight, my boyfriend and I were messing around a bit and he ended up putting his my penis on my butt. He was never inside of me, but he was in between my cheeks for maybe ten seconds. He swears he got some pre- ejaculation fluid there, but I didn t feel it. He s very worried, so I must ask; should we be concerned or not?
Asked On : Mon, 24 Dec 2012
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If he says there was a precum then there must have been some. It is not a very big concern if the contact was only for 10 seconds and that too only precum. If your worry is about pregnancy then i must say that it is highly unlikely in the circumstances that you described. As for the sexually transmitted diseases, there still remains a chance of acquiring them though that also is less likely.
Good luck.
Answered: Tue, 25 Dec 2012
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