Can this cause pregnancy?

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Adam224
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Can this cause pregnancy?

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I only had outercourse with a girl, I put my penis between her boobs and then I came. The semen landed on her chest and a bit on her chin. She then went to take a shower to rinse it off and I've been terrified ever since that while rinsing it off in the shower some of it may have flown down with the water and got into her vagina and got her pregnant. This was a month ago and she has since got her period and had a negative pregnancy test because I asked her to take one to try and calm my nerves. I just can't shake the feeling...is it even possible to get pregnant this way?
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Re: Can this cause pregnancy?

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