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concernedteen867
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How is it even remotely possible for sperm that may be on the clitoris to move all the way down and INTO the vagina?!
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Robin Lee
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Sperm doesn't move anywhere on its own, unless it's contained in freshly ejaculated semen.

This really needs to be the end of this conversation. We've given you the information you need to evaluate whether what you experienced is a pregnancy risk, and there's really nothing more we can tell you to help you do that. At this point, you need to be able to decide if what you experienced is a risk and figure out what you're going to do based on your decision.

If you'd like to talk about anything else, including anything you need to do based on decisions around this (such as finding birth control options, making decisions about future partnered sexual activities, and so on)we'd certainly be happy to do that. [Smile]

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