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Can my gf get pregnant?

By Anonymous October 23, 2016 - 11:44pm
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So yesterday me and my gf was having fun but a little bit out of control (for us). Both of us doing mutual masturbation , with me just rubbing (not fingering) her vulva's area (including the Vagina's opening I guess). She was really wet at that time. The problems comes up when there's a fluid on my penis (which I thought it was pre cm because i'm not ejaculating ) and the situation was dark, I touched those fluid using my point fingers and thumb and just clean it using my clothes that I used on. After that, I rub her vulva's inside her pants with my middle finger and play a little bit with her clit using my middle and point finger. After that I ejaculated but it's far from her, because I shot it on my tummy using her hand, and she wipe it on her pants (but not near the vagina area). After that, I clean my body and didn't touch anything from her after that ejaculated moments. SO yeah my questions are:

1. It is possible that we (as a man) can't feel when we are ejaculating? I mean like, ur body can't feel the differences between cm and pre cm shots..
2. IS THE MOST IMPORTANT QUESTIONS! Is it possible that my GF will get pregnant after what we have done? I mean how big is the chances? I'm so stressed because of this so please help me :(

Oh! and his last period is in October 5th, which is based on her information, at this month she was late for about 7 days of her routines menstruation because of stress. Thank u!

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Hello Anonymous,

Welcome to EmpowHER. Thank you for reaching out to our community with your questions.

Let's begin with the pre ejaculate fluid and semen, which contains sperm.

Pre ejaculate fluid can be released from the penis during sexual activity. It is usually released before the male reaches orgasm, which results in the ejaculation of semen. It prepares the urethra for the semen and helps in lubrication during sexual intercourse.

Some guys release a small amount of pre-ejaculate; others may release quite a bit, and most may not know when pre- ejaculate is happening.

Although pre-ejaculate does not contain sperm when it is produced, it can pick up leftover sperm in the urethra. This means that pre-ejaculate can contain sperm when it leaves the body, creating a risk for pregnancy. Pre-ejaculate can also transmit STIs.

Semen is released during the process of ejaculation. It carries sperm or the spermatozoa and fructose and other enzymes that help the sperm to survive to facilitate successful fertilization.

The whitish opalescence is due to the large amount of protein that it contains and its slightly turbid appearance is due to the spermatozoa contained within it.

A male is very aware of when he is ejaculating. Once started, it is unstoppable.

About the risk for pregnancy, if you touched her through her pants, there was no risk of any fluid entering her body. As long as no ejaculated fluid can in direct contact with her naked vulva or vagina, there was no risk.

I hope this answers your questions.


October 24, 2016 - 8:54am
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