i had a few questions... 1.) since precum is a clear liquid (it doesnt have semen to protect it and sustain its life) do sperm in precum die faster than in cum? and would it be harder (yet possible) to get pregnant by precum than cum? 2.) could u approximate maybe the percent of pregnancies that occur without penetration/intercourse? (not even cumming near/outside the vagina, just fingering with contaminated fingers)... 3.) weird, question, but does it take precum a less amount of time to dry then semen? is sperm dry when the liquid it is in is dry? 4.) on average, after how many weeks of conception would the onset of symptoms come? and does the date of conception always have to be in the middle of ur cycle (ovulation)?
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