Last week, when my boyfriend and I were messing around with both our clothes on, my bf got excited and his pre-cum (or semen) even soaked through his pants a little bit. Later my boyfriend caressed my genitals outside my underwear and trousers using his hand. Since he also used the same hand rubbed his own genitals through his pants before he caressed me, is it possible that he got some sperms on his hand from the wet spot on his pants? If it is, could those sperms on his hand travel throught my pants and get into my vagina to make me pregnant? What makes me more worried is that day was my ovulation day too. What are the chances for me to get pregnant? Thanks a lot! Posts: 2 | From: San Jose, CA | Registered: Aug 2005
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If there was no direct genital contact in this situation, it is highly unlikely you could be at risk for pregnancy. Despite the fact sperm are good swimmers, there's no way a couple sperm that may or may not have gotten on your boyfriend's hands from his pre-ejaculate traveled all the way from his hands through your pants and underwear.
So don't fret, I'd say your cvhances are completely 0 in this siituation.
Thank you very much for your answer. But my another concern is that since that day was my ovulation day, I had more lubricant on my underwear than usual, which made my underwear bottom a little wet. I am not sure if my pants were also soaked by my discharge at that time too. What if mhy pants bottom were also wet? Would that provide a fluid route for the sperm to enter my vagina and make pregnancy much easier? how's that pregnancy possibility? Still slim?
Posts: 2 | From: San Jose, CA | Registered: Aug 2005
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