Getting Pregnant with Transferred Precum

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Getting Pregnant with Transferred Precum

Unread postby Melissatan » Tue Sep 04, 2018 7:27 pm


I am currently concern with this. My boyfriend and i were having a good time, but then he kind of touched his penis while adjusting it ( penis has precum on it but a little dry because he didnt touch the tip ) and then he goes on to finger me. I am curious if there is a risk of pregnancy? Because i know there is a small amount of sperms in the pre-cum.

My period was just over so im about day 7 to 9. (Not ovulating)

And i am also wondering if the sperms could have survive in my own fluids? Because i was wet at that point and im afraid it could have swam up?

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Re: Getting Pregnant with Transferred Precum

Unread postby Heather » Wed Sep 05, 2018 8:07 am

We will not answer ANY questions about pregnancy fear or anxiety in our direct services from users who are not pregnant or who are not or have not otherwise been directly involved with an actual pregnancy.

Please do not post this kind of question. If you are seeing this text, and your thread is locked, it is because you have posted this kind of question.

We CAN and WILL talk about things like:
• choosing and using a method or methods of contraception for any future sexual activity
• creating your own sexual limits and boundaries based on your needs and/or presenting them to any partners
• making sexual choices that suit your own needs, abilities and limitations, including your own readiness for certain possible risks
• help locating or using emergency contraception if and when you have had a pregnancy risk
• discussing options with a real, existing pregnancy, and help finding and accessing those options, such as abortion services and pre-natal care, or discussing feelings or concerns about a past pregnancy
• help with anxiety like locating mental health services, sound self-help or asking for support from friends or family

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That said, this just isn't how human reproduction works, so you may just need accurate information about reproduction so you can know how it DOES really happen. Here's a link that can tell you that in detail: Human Reproduction: A Seafarer's Guide.

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