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is there a risk of pregnancy if a girl did a blow job and the guy ejaculate in the mouth?

and another question is if there's a risk of pregnancy if we (my boyfriend and i) bath together and i assumed there's a precum at the tip of his penis. i did touch and rub it and i was wondering if it could live in the water. i remembered that i clean my vagina after touching his. is there a risk of pregnancy here?

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There is no direct route between the mouth and the genitals. Swallowing semen cannot make a woman pregnant (it can, however, infect her with an STI, so that's the risk to be aware of with oral sex).

Additionally, for there to be a viable pregnancy risk with hand to genital contact, your hand would have had to have been literally dripping with semen.
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