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Hey guys,
This is going to sound really weird, but I'm really worried..

My cousin was coming to stay last Saturday, and I went to my bed about two hours before she went to bed to masturbate (we all do it...); now I was on top of the covers in just my underwear, and I eventually came. The liquid started appearing on the fabric of my underwear, and I went to have a shower. A few drops of sperm may have seeped out onto the covers and sheets (I'm not sure, so obviously there wasn't huge amounts of semen spread out over the sheets).

To my horror, my cousin slept in my bedroom that night (about one hour and a half later)! I just wanted to ask whether any of the sperm could have seeped onto the bedcover and stayed there, and then been almost 'absorbed' by her vagina and caused her to become pregnant?

So, I guess I'm asking whether she could be pregant from my fluid, even though she didn't get naked and put her vagina where I had came (can the sperm have got through her PJs and into her vagina..?)

Has there ever been an instance when this has actually happened?

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No, this is not a risk. please check this out -

Also, it's against the guidelines to post the same question multiple times, so please avoid this in the future.

[ 06-25-2012, 07:07 AM: Message edited by: Roxie102 ]

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