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guitar123
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Me and my girlfriend were showering together and i ejaculated on her stomach and the siemen trickled down to around her vagina...she later washed off with soap. I told her to be careful when cleaning off and she said she was careful. But where does siemen actually have to penetrate to be at risk of being pregnant? Possibly being over paranoid?
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Stephanie_1
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Semen needs to come into contact with her vulva to cause a pregnancy risk.

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guitar123
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Sorry i'm not too up to par on what that is exactly. What are my risks, because she did have a decent amount of pubic hair to stop the siemen flow from trickling down, but i'm just freaking out because I'm not exactly sure if siemen actually came in contact with anything.
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Stephanie_1
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Here's an article that explains the female sexual organs. Where the pubic hair is is called the mons, and the outer genitals is the vulva, the vagina is inside. Innies & Outies: The Vagina, Clitoris, Uterus and More. It sounds like more likely (if she was standing in the shower) it came into contact with the mons not the vulva.

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