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Hi, I am certainly worry and seeking for answer.

My gf and I had sex on the toilet, to be exact, it was on the bathtub. When I am about to cum, I ejaculate my sperm into the bathtub that are filled with full of water.

We then relax and sitting on the baththub. After quite long then I realize my sperm are floating still in the water. And I start to worry that the sperm might enter my gf vagina and cause her pregnant. Will that really happen? Sperm will enter vagina in water?

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No, sperm cannot go through water and cause a pregnancy. Sperm need to be in their original fluid - semen - to create a pregnancy. Once that semen is mixed in a bath of water, the sperm are damaged and unable to co-create a pregnancy.

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