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harmon
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Hi. After talking about my worries with you before regarding pregnancy risks my worrying about it has been a lot better and I have been able to tell myself no, it's nothing to worry about. However a lot of stuff has happened today that has made me worry and although after looking back at what you told me I'm quite sure there's not a risk, I just want to be sure, so I'm really sorry for bugging you. Basically, to be frank earlier I ejacualte into the toilet and a small amount got onto the toilet seat (kind of underneath it) I cleaned it off with hot water and soap. I then got dressed and realised there may have been some on my hands when I buttoned my trousers up. Then about 30minutes later a female in my house was laying down with their feet in their air and their foot touched my trousers where I think there might have been some semen. Basically I'm asking this: if there was some trace of semen still on the toilet seat could it cause a pregnancy risk and secondly if there was sperm where the females foot touched and she then somehow touched her foot and so on, could this be a pregnancy risk? Usually I would be able to reason with myself, and while I'm sure the answer is no, I just want to quickly verify with a professional. Again I apologise for bugging you. Thanks.
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Robin Lee
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Hi Harmon,

You can verify this by looking through your previous conversations with us and reading through the articles we've linked you to.

The reason we provide people with those articles is so that they can develop the knowledge to make these evaluations for themselves.

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CoatRack
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Hi Harmon, it might help to look over your other posts you've made about this:

http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/ultimatebb.php?/ubb/get_topic/f/27/t/028489.html#000000

http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/ultimatebb.php?/ubb/get_topic/f/27/t/028657.html#000000

http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/ultimatebb.php?/ubb/get_topic/f/27/t/028799.html#000000

We also have a sticky addressing persistent pregnancy concerns:

http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/ultimatebb.php?/ubb/get_topic/f/19/t/000494.html

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harmon
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Ok, I'm really sorry. I do feel I have developed my knowledge but I'm just not sure that I've come to the right conclusion, is it correct to conclude that pregnancy isn't possible without having a certain form of sexual contact ( so basically whatever the scenario I don't need to worry as long as I haven't had any form of sexual contact). Am I right in believing this?
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Ok, I'm really sorry. I do feel I have developed my knowledge but I'm just not sure that I've come to the right conclusion, is it correct to conclude that pregnancy isn't possible without having a certain form of sexual contact ( so basically whatever the scenario I don't need to worry as long as I haven't had any form of sexual contact). Am I right in believing this?
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Molias
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That is indeed correct!

I'd really suggest giving that last link from CoatRack a read-through, as well.

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