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iamfree
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This morning my boyfriend and I took a shower together. I was kind of nervous so I made him wear 2 pairs of boxers and a pair of swimming trunks. However, I'm kind of worried some precum could've mixed with the water and run into my vagina. Is that possible? Also, he had urinated twice before we took the shower. Do I have a risk? Help me please, I'm really scared!
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Sorry for posting again, I just wanted to make clear that I was naked and he wasn't, and that at one point my butt was pressed against the front of his trunks with water pouring down on us. I'm just worried some water could've carried some of the precum into my vagina. Just wanted to make things really clear.
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Nope, there's no way sperm could have traveled through three layers of clothing. [Smile]

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Should I take EC?
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And the water can't carry sperm into the vagina? (sorry for that last post, I didn't realize I had gotten an answer)
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There's really nothing that could get sperm through that much clothing. Also, while water can't be considered a contraceptive, it's presence is more likely to kill sperm than increase your risk of pregnancy.

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Thank you so much!
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You're welcome. [Smile]

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