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Member # 97565
posted 12-22-2012 11:10 PM
Me and my girlfriend were fooling around. I ejaculated on her breast area and it dripped to her stomach. We did NOT let it drip any further than that. We wiped it down enough to where it was no longer a "glob" but perhaps just a sticky slight clearness. She put her shirt on after that. And I told her to take a walk with me for a couple of minutes just to let the cold air kill off what's left of the semen/sperm. We walked for about 5-10min outside in weather that I'd say was no more than 68(F) degrees. After that we waited in a warm car for about 2 hours. A total (including the 2 hours just mentioned previously) of 3 hrs later, she took a warm shower.
I'm just asking because it's around her ovulation time. I just want to know if the temperature difference would have killed off all the sperm that was on her stomach? If it did NOT kill off all the sperm, when she took a shower, would the water that would still be carrying the alive sperm on her stomach, be able to impregnate her as it ran down her body towards her vulva? She said she washed there and slightly inside. (Yes, I know it's bad to wash INSIDE the vagina, as it already cleans itself, I let her know that already) The basic question, how much of a pregnancy risk does this pose if she WAS ovulating: 1)and she took a shower and the semen drip to her vulva in the shower? 2)and she took a shower and washed a little inside (possibly pushing whatever dripped down from her chest) into her vulva area and inner vagina? Thanks for your time. Regards
Member # 2297
posted 12-23-2012 03:11 AM
Please read the following post (and linked articles) if you haven't already: http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/ultimatebb.php?/ubb/get_topic/f/27/t/027495.html If you have any questions after reading that please let me know You may also want to check out: Where DID I Come From? A Refresher Course in Human Reproduction Cheers, Marion [ 12-23-2012, 03:16 AM: Message edited by: smittenkitten ]
Member # 97565
posted 12-23-2012 11:40 AM
Ohhh, you guys have changed your policy since the last time I've visited this site. No more pregnancy risk questions. Haha, okay well thank you for your time anyway. I've read all of the articles you've suggested already so I'll just use those to base whether or not I've had a pregnancy risk or not. Thank you for your time.
Member # 90293
posted 12-23-2012 11:59 AM
No problem. Because everything we'd tell you related to a risk is already in those articles, you're all set with the information you need to make informed evaluations. And if you ever do need help figuring it out based on what's in our articles, or (of course) if you're wondering about something else, come on back.