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alex lim
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okay. me and my gf wanted to try anal sex together. I remember that I did not elcajted in her butt, but I just want to know can a girl gets pregnant on anal sex even if I elcjated in her? I didn't insert my penis fully in but just a little bit of my penis. please reply asap. thanks.

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If you did not ejaculate then there wouldn't be a viable risk with anal sex (unless your penis touched her bare genitals at any point). There is an STI risk though so if you've not both been tested you want to do so in about a month.

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alex lim
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I always thought that there won't e a chance to get pregnant on anal sex?

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Anal sex does pose some risk because the space between the vagina and anus is very small, so ejaculate can drip down and cause pregnancy.

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so what if it is just percum?

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alex lim
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I always thought that there won't e a chance to get pregnant on anal sex?

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For a viable risk with pregnancy, you need to have either direct contact with fresh ejaculate OR direct contact with genitals. You would have the direct contact if ejaculate leaked down, with pre-ejaculate you need the direct genital contact.

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