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flsurf099
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If your boyfriend happens to have fingered you and touch himself before, what are the chances that could lead to any possible pregnancy? Also if you happen to lay on a part were ejaculation had been. That is on his leg or something and of course undressed.
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ErinK
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The sperm in ejaculate ("come") live for 20 minutes outside the body after it's been exposed to air. (Sperm lives a lot longer in the vagina, since it's a more hospitable environment.) So if it's been more than 20 minutes since someone ejaculated, being touched by someone with ejaculate on his fingers or lying down in ejaculate won't be a pregnancy risk.

Still, just for hygiene's sake and your peace of mind, it's better if your boyfriend cleans up afterwards.


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sparkleflower
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The sperm in ejaculate actually live until the semen is dry.

Did he touch you with ejaculate on his hand, or just touch you after touching his penis? If the latter, you have no worries :-)


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