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Urgent: pregnancy risk

By December 27, 2016 - 11:40am
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Hi, I am looking for the answers to these questions for about 2 years, but since I cannot find exact answers on them, every time such situation happens, I worry that there is a pregnancy risk. Because of lack of certainty I started to freak out and keep my boyfriend at distance from me because I am paranoid about this. Here is the case: I am not ready for vaginal intercourse and my partner supports me in this decision, but sometimes when we kiss or hug while lying on the sofa or bed, his pants become wet. I do not know what is the nature of this wetness, but every time I am afraid that it can cause pregnancy. So here are my questions.

First, is it possible if I accidentally touch his pants with a hand and then after 5-6 minutes I go to the bathroom, can I transmit sperm to myself from that wet spot if I wiped the hand before or touched another object after touching this wet spot?
Second, is it possible that this wetness can go through the fabrics of my trousers and make me pregnant? Sometimes it happens while we take a nap and I cannot control or even see what happens at this time.
In all scenarios, we both stay fully clothed, with our underwear and trousers on. Please, could you reply to these questions, without answering "it theoretically can happen, so we cannot guarantee anything" because it is the answer all other websites give and it is not the answer for me because I do not understand then whether it poses any risk of pregnancy or not.
Thank you for considering these issues and thank you for your help and enlightenment!

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