Pregnancy without penetration

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Pregnancy without penetration

Unread post by Cluelessguy21 »

Partner and I were fooling around. There was zero penetration. I ended up ejaculating on her mid thigh. She was wearing underwear. I was not. When I went to go get a towel to clean up, a small amount of semen dripped down her leg and towards her vagina. It was probably 5% of the total. She wiped it off and I don’t even think it made it all the way to her vaginal opening, more so the crease of her leg and vulva area. Is there any chance this could result in a pregnancy? I think not but I’m stressing. Don’t know about her ovulation schedule.
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Re: Pregnancy without penetration

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