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kyle5566
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I ejaculated in a condom yesterday. Afterwards the girl whom I hookep up with helped me to take it off. It was a bit stuck so it took her a while to take the condom off. She then took a shower, during which I saw her touching her vagina. Is it possible that she got some sperm on her hands while helping me taking off the condom and then the sperm got into her vagina when she touched it during the shower and then that led to pregnancy? If possible, how likely is it? How much should I worry about this? Help would be very appreciated!

[ 01-26-2014, 07:32 PM: Message edited by: kyle5566 ]

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Karybu
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Welcome to the boards, kyle. Could you please take a look at this piece first to assess your own level of risk? Can I Get Pregnant, or Get or Pass On an STI From That?

If you're still confused after that, happy to help clear things up for you, but we do ask that users do their best to figure out their own risk level first. Thanks!

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kyle5566
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Thanks. The link is very useful. It doesn't specifically mention my case though - transfer of cum. However, after reading it, I feel that my case is very unlikely to lead to pregnancy. Am I correct?
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Sam W
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You are correct, there is no risk
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