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I need to know if I have a pregnancy risk from this situation. Last night my bf and I were both in our underwear, He was laying on top of me, but I was holding his penis off to the side, I'm 99.9@ sure that he wasn't wet, a minimal amount of precum maybe...anways he rolled over and I was on top of him. I'm pretty sure that his penis didn't touch my vagina but it may have touched the backside of my leg.(only for a second) Is there any risk of pregnancy from this situation? There wasn't any semen present. Can sperm get transfered from fabric to skin and present a risk? Would there have to be a substantial amount of sperm(cum) to present a risk? Thanks....
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There's really not a risk from what you're describing there. (For more information, check this handy tool out:
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