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I went away with my boyfriend for the weekend and we did NOT have sex but we did fool around. He came on the sheets of the bed were were sleeping in so my question is if his cum got on the sheets of the bed is there any way it could have gotten up inside me? Could I have gotten pregnant? He didnt get any cum near my vaginal opening or anything just on the bed.
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If the spot was dry, it's safe to say the sperm were dead. They only have a 20 minute life span outside of a friendly environment. I doubt there's a pregnancy risk here.

In the future, you can always use condoms for all parntered activities to save cleanup and worry.

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