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if a penis touches the vagina area..during dry sex..but there is absolutely NO cum and NO pre-cum at there high pregancy risks?..i know there are STD risks but i just wanted to know about pregnancy risks.thank u so much! andi would also just like to say that this is an awesome website and you are really helping people by having these message boards! thank you!
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The problem is, it's very difficult to know if there is any pre-ejaculate, especially since the vagina often has its own lubrication pre-ejaculate can easily get mixed in with. Most men cannot feel pre-ejaculate when it occurs.

Even when that is there, in terms of non-penetration, that's a moderate to low risk of pregnancy, not a high one. It is still a risk, though. So, when you're unclothed and having that contact? It's actually no longer "dry sex," per se, and your partner should be using a condom.

And thanks for the thank you.

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