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By Anonymous August 19, 2017 - 11:24pm
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Ejaculation on tissue paper - threw it in the toiltet, but forgot to flush. Only noticed after I showered for 'bout 20 minutes. She noticed the tissue and took it out of the toilet - ended up throwing in the bin. (There was no direct contact between my "part" and hers.) She didn't wash her hands afterwards though she was cleaning - with water. Could the semen whatever, have died? Since she was cleaning the house (leakage - used toilet paper - used both of hands (one with semen (that she used to picked the tissue in the toilet water), she wiped her hands briefly using another tissue after she cleaned it and rubbed both of her hands afterwards on the sides of her pants. Was this enough? She touched her phone etc. afterwards, is there a risk on this? (Though I wiped it with isopropyl alcohol). After a few hours later she showered, could this have gotten inside of her regardless of what she did first whether started shampooing (sperm going inside of her "part"?) or starting off washing her "part"? I've literally wiped the things she touched e.g phone, headphones etc, 3 times or so.

Once she had a stomach cramp but that was probably due to heavy dinner? Also, headache since she only sleeps for a few hours? Is there a risk overall? Can I relax? Please help. Thanks.!

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Dear Anon,

Thank you for writing.

This is not how pregnancy happens. Were you taught sex education in school or at home? There is a risk of pregnancy when a woman has unprotected sex with ejaculation inside the vaginal canal or (more rarely) on the opening. I'm not sure why your girlfriend would take a tissue that has been dropped in the toilet, out. That seems very odd to me, but for hygienic reasons, she should have washed her hands as a courtesy to others in the house.


August 20, 2017 - 5:13am
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