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Any Precautions When You Masturbate Together?

Published: November 04, 2013
Dear Any Precautions When You Masturbate Together?,
i would like to ask u, what precautions should be taken when a young girl and a boy masturbates together? are there any chances of getting pregnant?

Dear Any Precautions When You Masturbate Together?,

Pregnancy only occurs when the sperm contained in ejaculatory or pre-ejaculatory fluids comes in contact with the vagina. This happens most easily with vaginal intercourse, however, it can result from other means of semen coming in contact with the vagina. For example, if a male were to masturbate, get semen on his hands and then put his hands on a female’s vagina, it is possible pregnancy could occur.

That said, if a male and female masturbate together but do not touch each other in the process or do anything that would put semen in contact with the vagina, then pregnancy cannot occur.

What TeenHealthFX is most concerned about is what age is being talked about in your question of a “young” girl and boy. It is normal and natural that as boys and girls approach and go through puberty that they would become more curious about their bodies, sex and various things related to sexual health. However, it is important for the social and emotional well-being of pre-teens and teens not to move too quickly when it comes to different kinds of sexual experiences. When FX thinks of a “young” girl and boy masturbating we are concerned about age and emotional/social development – and we do recommend that young boys and girls do not engage in this kind of activity with one another.

If you have any questions about sex, your body, puberty, or anything else related to sexual health, FX recommends that you speak to a trusted adult such as a parent or your family doctor. And please do not put yourself in a position where you are doing something you are not socially and/or emotionally ready for.

If you don't have a doctor and live in northern New Jersey, you can call the Adolescent/Young Adult Center for Health at 973-971-5199 for an appointment with an adolescent medicine specialist or contact your local teen health center or Planned Parenthood. You can also contact your insurance company for a list of in-network providers.

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