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alejandragaga
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i asked a guy today if i could get pregnant if i touched precum then like ten minutes later i masturbate.. he answerd me this :
Yes, a friend of mine had masturbated earlier before fingering his girlfriend. semen can take a few days to die, and it stayed on his hands when they were messing around. three weeks later she found out..

is it true? something like this can really happend?

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Leabug
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As we've already reassured you four or five times, sperm die when the semen or precum is dry. So that story is not true- sperm could not survive several days on a hand. In order for there to be a risk, the hand would have to be literally DRIPPING with freshly ejaculated semen/precum.

[ 06-14-2007, 01:16 PM: Message edited by: Leabug ]

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Beppie
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Alejandragaga, as Leabug has stated, you've had this question answered for you four or five times already, and the answer is not going to change, regardless of the myths you might hear elsewhere.

If you ask this question again, the thread will be locked and deleted.

It sounds to me that you have a problem not with a potential pregnancy (there is NO RISK of that), but with anxiety. If this is true, then it might be a good idea to seek out counselling to help you through this. [Smile]

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