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fcdallas
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Here is my situation,

About two weeks ago me and my gf engaged in oral sex. I came completely in her mouth. Right after we finished, she applied a hefty amount of hand sanitizer to her hands. Then after she put her pants on, she was just wearing underwear at the time, she went to the bathroom. When she got back I asked her if she had washed her hands before she urinated. She said no she didn't. She also told me that 1, She did not have semen on her hands prior to using the hand sanitizer. and 2, She did not touch her vagina when wiping with toilet paper. Right now she is 4 days late for her period. Does hand sanitizer kill sperm? Is there a chance she may be pregnant? Thanks

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Heather
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Not only will hand sanitizer have done the job just fine, when women toilet, we're not generally sticking our fingers into our vaginas.

Sperm really are pretty delicate critters. They're not likely to remain plentiful or hardy enough to create a pregnancy through indirect touch (after all, you ejaculated into her mouth, not into her hands), then after a bunch of grabbing clothes on, and via tolieting.

In this situation, the concern would actually be sexually transmitted infections via unprotected oral sex, not pregnancy.

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Stephanie_1
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(Mindmeld)

[ 11-21-2009, 02:27 PM: Message edited by: Stephanie_1 ]

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Heather
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By the by, it looks like your girlfriend's period is often late via your post history, so it may be she's simply irregular or isn't charting her periods correctly to know when to expect them accurately.

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