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Question: Pre Cum Pregnancy?

 dbchick - Thu Jul 28, 2005 4:38 pm

I'm a virgin, but I masturbate and I don't know if my hymen is still in tact. Last night, I was having "dry sex" (as in his penis rubbing through my underwear) with someone and pre cum came in contact with my vagina. Later on, he also fingered me after having pre cum on his fingers a little while before. Could I get pregnant? If so, I have an irregular period and, therefore, don't know when I should take a pregnancy test.
 Theresa Jones, RN - Fri Jul 29, 2005 4:06 am

User avatar Hi dbchick,
Pre-ejaculatory fluid is generally speaking a lubrication for the sperm itself. Although it's not impossible for there to be sperm contained in this fluid it is generally unlikely. The risk for pregnancy would be very low. In the circumstances you speak of pregnancy's not likey.


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