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Member # 97930
posted 10-22-2012 10:53 PM
I was wondering if my gf could get pregnant from anal sex? I hope I am not being too graphic, but we were having some fun, and before we knew it, I was behind her. I think I should mention that I was not in her, just trying, I didnt have lube or a condom, and I had to spit on my penis, but before I did that, I touched it to see if I had any precum and I didnt. I then spit on it and tried to have anal sex with her again, I wasn't able to do it, so I spit on it again, I made sure I got more saliva this time, after 10 seconds later I decided it wasnt gonna happen without real lube, so we decided to stop.
I am worried that some precum might have gotten near her vagina, since my penis couldnt get into her, I didn't touch her vagina with my penis though, but I've heard it could happen, I am pretty scared as I have never have had any type of unprotected sex like that. some information you might need to know is that I didn't cum, the only liquid I could see was my saliva, but I can't know if there was some precum too. this happened exactly 18 days after her last period, she has her period for 4 days and it's about a 27 day cycle. am I freaking out for nothing or should I worry, she is supposed to get her period the 24 or 25, but I can't stop thinking about this, what are the chances she could actually be pregnant?
Member # 25425
posted 10-23-2012 12:50 AM
Unprotected anal sex can pose a pregnancy risk, as ejaculate can leak out and run down to the vaginal canal. But if you did not ejaculate and your penis never came in contact with her vulva, you do not need to be worried about a pregnancy risk.
Direct genital contact can pose STI risks, however.
Member # 97930
posted 10-23-2012 11:03 AM
quote: Originally posted by September: Unprotected anal sex can pose a pregnancy risk, as ejaculate can leak out and run down to the vaginal canal. But if you did not ejaculate and your penis never came in contact with her vulva, you do not need to be worried about a pregnancy risk. Direct genital contact can pose STI risks, however. So does tat mean that even if there was some precum it's still not a risk, because I am not sure if you read everything I wrote, but I had some saliva on my penis, but there was no precum on it before that, I added more saliva afterwards. So would the saliva kill any remaining if any sperm on the precum?
Member # 3
posted 10-23-2012 11:09 AM
Saliva is not a spermicide.
If you had genital-to-genital contact, like you did, one can never say there will have been NO risk. But since this was apparently anal-only contact and you also did not ejaculate, a pregnancy risk here is very unlikely. Again, STI risks will be the bigger concern in this situation.