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    Chances of pregnancy due to pre-ejaculate?
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    dgreene posted:
    To be as detailed as possible, the other day my girlfriend and I were fooling around and I started to finger her with my right hand. My left hand I made sure to steer clear of her vagina because it had come into contact with precum (pre-ejaculate). I know that precum would not contain sperm unless it was picked up from a previous ejaculation, and I would like to note that I used the bathroom at least 2-3 times even before that point. With that said, if my hand that had once been in contact with pre-cum had happened to tough her vagina, not enter it, what are the chances of pregnancy given the situation? (Also Im pretty sure that hand was dry when I touched it, but i cannot be certain.)
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Pretty darn near zero.
    Proud mommy to PJ (5)


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