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Mermaid-Sassy
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Hi, I hope you could help clear my mind
10 days ago, I went and met my boyfriend for lunch in his place. Things got heated up and well we had mutual masturbation. While I was, well doing it, he guide me by putting his hands in his pants on his penis. He touched his penis then touched my vulva after that with a finger.

He said it was dry and never ejaculate and well sperms die. We forgotten about that after all the facts of science. But yesterday, my friend said it could cause pregnancy to happen. Suddenly I'm worried about precum, or all these semen.

I just wonder, if this could bring up a high pregnancy risk?

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Molias
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Hi Mermaid-Sassy,

Can you take a look at this article? The listings under mutual masturbation and manual sex will answer your question. =) Can I Get Pregnant, or Get or Pass On an STI From That?

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Mermaid-Sassy
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Thanks on the article. Helped me out. All in all, it's a low risk?

However, just wanted to know if the sperm could still be alive and make a girl pregnant by transferring through hand if he ejaculated? Even though he actually touched the vulva with the hands afterwards?

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Robin Lee
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Hi There,


I'm not quite sure what you mean by your question.

However, as we make clear in the article, manual sex--touching someone else's genitals--is just not a way pregnancy is able to happen.

Here's some more information on human reproduction that might shed some light on this for you.

[b]Where DID I Come From? A Refresher Course in Human Reproduction[/b

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Mermaid-Sassy
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First if all thanks for the article.

My meaning is, if the guy touch his own genitals during masturbation, and then ejaculated, he then touched a girl's genitals. Does that cause her pregnant?

Basically it's like a pair did mutual masturbation, then proceed to manual sex.

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Molias
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What you're describing doesn't pose any more risk of pregnancy than mutual masturbation or manual sex would on their own: in other words, none. =)
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Thank you so much. =) great help. Been reading other sites and they messed up my minds. Appreciate the help and sorry to bother.
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