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i had a doubt in my mind.. i did not masturbate for quiet some time now.. more than a week or so.. and if i had sex now than would there be any traces of sperm left in the urethrea that could be picked up by the pre cum and cause pregnancy? .. please help me.. [Confused] [Frown]


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Jacob at Scarleteen
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I think that is very difficult to tell, probably not. But we would recommend the use of condoms or at least other forms of birth control.

In the meantime I would recommend more reading.

Can I Get Pregnant, or Get or Pass On an STI From That?

Birth Control Bingo!

Why can't I stop being so scared of pregnancy?

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