alritey...ive already posted this once recently but no one has answered my post and im extremely worried...ive overlooked the page where it explains if youve done a certain thing the chance of pregnancy is...but i think this is in a gray area...i dont know..i just want some reassurance here. ok, the other day i was sitting on my boyfriends lap...he fingered me and pre came through his pants on to the back of my skirt. I dont think it got on my undies...but i dont want any chances...i could only really feel it on my leg. There really wasn't that much, just enough for my leg to feel damp. But, even so i'm worried...also, i have a few more questions: 1)does sperm die in a swimming pool if it gets in the water? and 2)how long does it take for sperm to die when it hits the air? (like in my case with the skirt...) im sure its posted up here somewhere, but my computer is going really slow right now, and i cant search for anything without it taking an extremely long time. please tell me what are my chances of pregnancy...if there is any...and the questions above...answer asap...thanks
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Unless pre-ejaculate not only got onto your undies but actually soaked through them, you don't have a pregnancy risk. So try not to panic, okay
Sperm can survive outside of a "friendly environment" like the vagina for a maximum of 20-30 minutes.
When it comes to swimming pools, it's highly unlikely that there's any pregnancy risk unless you've actually got direct penis/vulva contact going on in the pool. Otherwise the risk is going to be miniscule to nonexistent.
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