• marissa91 marissa91
    September 07, 2013
    Touched my vagina lips with dry precum.. am I pregnant?
    marissa91 marissa91
    September 07, 2013

    Hi guys, my boyfriend and i were fooling around on friday*today is sunday* and i gave him a hj and i noticed he precame on my finger .. after that we stopped and started watching TV and doing other stuff *keep in mind i forgot to wash my hands* after an hour he walked me to the my car and i drove home.. when i got home i went to shower and after taking my clothes off i touched the outside of my vagina*lips of my vagina* with my finger, so i probably had dry pre-cum , 20 min later i remembered that i forgot to watched my hands before i "touched" my vagina lips, so im really scared i might be pregnant.. i didnt insert my finger or anything i just touched my vagina lips ,and also after the hj i touched a lot of stuff and was outside my car *cold temperature* for about 10 min..how long does it take the semen to die? .please help me thank you!p.s i apologize for my bad english, im not that fluent. thank you!

     

    -i didnt put my finger all the way inside my vagina

    -i touched my vagina lips 1 hour or 1 hour and a half after i gave him a hj and precame in my finger..

    - i was outside his house/my car for 10 min and it was cold that night

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  • Just November 09, 2013
    Just
    November 09, 2013
    Absolutely, positively not. Sperm are actually very fragile, and only survive for less than admit in open air. You should be careful to wash your hands frequently no matter what to prevent risks of viral and bacterial infections, but you would not have become pregnant. READ MORE
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