Im worried

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2648Ar
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Im worried

Unread post by 2648Ar »

I ejaculated in my underwear, and then some of it absorbed by the underwear, and the one who didnt get absorbed i brought it to a water dipper full of water and there i rub it with my two fingers until it feels like a glue, but scattered. Then i throw the water away.

Then i saw some of it havent been thrown away, so i fill the water dipper with water again and throw it away. This whole process is happened in 20 minutes or more.

After i done doing all these things in 20 minutes or more, my sister use the bathroom to pee right after i finished.

I did asked how she wash after peeing and she said she used her hands without a soap and there is only one water dipper in the bathroom.

If there is any chance the sperm still in the water dipper, is there a chance it can cause pregnancy?

Please answer im very worried. The bathroom temperature is affected by my bedroom Air Conditioner which is set with around 25°C.
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Re: Im worried

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