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dvs
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I was woundering if it was a problem if a male masturbated and then washed his hands thourghly, and then an hour later fingered a woman? Ps: how long can sperm live outside on a persons hand?
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logic_grrl
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Nope, this wouldn't create a pregnancy risk.

Outside of a "friendly environment" (like a vagina) sperm can live for 20-30 minutes at the most, and washing with soap and water would remove them anyway.

For the complete guide to what is and isn't a pregnancy risk, visit What's The Risk? - Five Easy Pregnancy Risk Assessment Flow Charts.


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