pregnancy with precum.. please help me

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pregnancy with precum.. please help me

Unread postby 1Rhettandlink » Sat Jul 28, 2018 12:30 am

Hi first of all i'd like to thank everyone for their wonderful job... Im here to ask suggestions about my girlfriend exposure... We got a lil bit intimate one day we did not have sex i didnt even get my penis close to her vagina.. its just that i somehow managed to get a lil precum on my index finger .. which i immediately rubbed several times on the bed sheet so much that it was all dry i could tell by touching my fingers... and then i went on to finger her... my question is .. what are the chances that she might get pregnant after this incident.. could the sperm cells be hidden under my fingernails?? and before this incident i masturbated like 4 days ago and went to the bathroom multiple times... i dont know if that helps.

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Re: pregnancy with precum.. please help me

Unread postby Sam W » Sat Jul 28, 2018 7:33 am

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