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my girlfriend and i have anal sex every now and then. we sometimes use a condem, but not all the time. we do not want to have vaginal sex until we are ready. when we have anal we attempt to wipe off all liquid//semen visable around the anus and the vagina. if some vaginal secretion touches semen, what are the chances of her getting pregnant? dont you have to have vaginal sex to become pregnant, since the eggs are such a long way up the vagina?


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Ejaculate can slip out of the anus and into the vagina, which DOES present a pregnancy risk. Sperm can be hardy swimmers, so if ejaculate comes in contact with the vulva or enters the vagina, the sperm could enter the uterus and a woman could become pregnant.

Not to mention, unprotected anal sex has HUGE STI and bacterial infection risks, no matter what, so you should always use a condom during anal sex.

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