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Can I become pregnant by this?

By Anonymous June 18, 2013 - 8:56pm
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Yesterday me and my boyfriend were fooling around and he came on his hands when he was masturbating. I went to the bathroom to wash my hands and i gave him one of those wips that women use down there to clean himself up first. After that he washed his hands with water for about 5 seconds and he touched my butt unnexpectedly. He didnt wash his hands with soap neither did he wash it long enough and i think i felt the water that he had on his hands drip down there. I quickly wiped it with a towel and change my underwear. Is there any way i can be pregnant from this? Please help! Im so scared! And im not supposed to get my period until 7 days. I know Im not fertile but Im still really scared of being pregnant.

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Intercourse, meaning when the penis enters the vagina.  Semen outside the body will dry up, making sperm die.  You can not get pregnant,  if you had semen on your hands or fingers.


June 23, 2013 - 3:43pm
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Hi Anon,

You can not get pregnant if your boyfriend touched you.  There has to be intercourse in order for sperm to live and be able to swim up the vaginal walls.  



June 19, 2013 - 4:49am
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Anonymous (reply to Anonymous)

By intercourse, do you mean penis to vagina or can someone be pregnant because there is some left over sperm either on the hand, finger, or under the finger nails and a girl gets fingered? Can the sperm be revived? Or is the bagina to acidic for the sperm to live in? Does sperm die instantly if it gets in contact with air and water? Can you get pregnant without doing intercourse?

June 21, 2013 - 11:14pm
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