Hi, i'm new to this forum and i decided to join since i see you guys answer better than yahoo answer or wiki answers.
At 4 July 2012, my ex got her menstruation & 3 days later (7 July 2012), her periods stopped, and we had a protected intercourse (I use condom since the first penetration). But in the middle of the intercourse, suddenly, she bleed again from her vagina, which i think that her menstruation hadn't finished yet. Because i'm too afraid of blood, then i decided to stop the intercourse (even though i hadn't ejaculated), then i wash my penis with soap (since it got blood everywhere).
After i got back to room, my ex had already used thin cotton pants (also underwear & sanitary pads inside). Then she gave me oral, and then i ejaculated into her boobs, stomach, and side stomach. 30 sec later, i wiped all those semen with tissue, but was failed to recall my memory whether i had wiped all those sperm totally or there still had some semen left.
3 days ago, i found out that my ex is sexually active with another man
And then, i'm getting paranoid whether i'll be blamed if she's impregnated by someone's else.
So i decided to prepared some arguments, so please help me..
1. If i accidentally forgot to wipe some sperm on her stomach, can it seeps through thin cotton pants then underwear and then sanitary pads? 2. If it accidentally managed to seeps, then what are the chances that she's getting pregnant from it if i did it at 4th days of her cycle?My ex period is 30-32 days and it always so regular.
Thank you for your response.
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Also, please be aware that if your ex did become pregnant, the question of your paternity could be easily settled with a DNA test.
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