I'm worried about what happened when my boyfriend and I were fooling around two nights ago. I gave him a blow job and he came into my mouth. I spit out the semen, and about 10-15 minutes later, he was touching me down there. I spit on my finger and was touching myself to help lubricate myself. He got really worried a couple minutes later and asked me if I rinsed my mouth from the semen, and I said no, I had just spit it out.
It depends on where you put the semen after your boyfriend came it really all depends on where it went after you spit it out you shouldn't have to worry about being pregnant if it didn't get inside you I hope you find this helpful
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you could only get pregnant if his stuff got inside of your body most of the time sperm dies after it leaves the comfort of a males body because it has to be in a warm environment to stay alive.
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It's a little more involved than the sperm needing a warm environment but it is true that pregnancy risks can only occur if there is contact between fresh semen and the vulva (outside of genitals) or inside the vagina.
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