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beaver987
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Also, how long is semen or precum considered fresh?
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Your last cycle doesn't affect the current one you're on. So if you've been taking every pill this cycle on time, you're covered [Smile] And side effects from the pill show up within the first few months, so even if you didn't get the tender breasts in the first month, it's still very likely it's a side effect from the pill.

And sperm can only live outside the body (in semen and not transferred from surface to surface) for about 20 minutes, so that'd be the maximum semen would be considered fresh.

Does that clear things up for you?

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So, when you guys say that the only way you could get pregnant from fingering is from fresh ejaculate on your hands and put into your vagina, what does this mean?

Could it be fresh precum?

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No, it would have to be fresh ejaculate. That's because pre-ejaculate has a lower risk of pregnancy to begin with because there's a lot less sperm in it than in ejaculate -- so when pre-ejaculate transferred onto your hand and then onto/into a vagina, it basically just renders it obsolete.

Also, when we say there would have to be fresh ejaculate, we thus mean more than just a small amount -- it'd have to be a pretty big blob for it to still cause a pregnancy risk after transfer from a finger.

Does that make sense?

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Yes [Smile] I got it. Thanks [Smile]
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