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About three days ago I went to the pool with my guy friend who likes me and I like him. While we were swimming, he hugged me in the water and I felt this warm feeling down near my vagina like I had peed or something. I don't think he ejaculated, so I'm not really worried about pregnancy. However, my question is should I be worried about pregnacy? I'm not sure what to think. Also, does the chlorine in the water kill sperm? Just asking for reference. Thanx!
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Your risk of pregnancy and STDs is low, but when engaging in sexual activity of any kind, we advise the use of condoms.

Want more info about sexual activity in/near/around water? Check out these threads.


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