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    One exposure to pre-ejaculate
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    itcanthurtyou posted:
    I hope this is the right forum. I had fingered a woman after having recently wiped pre-ejaculate off of my penis. The odds of a woman being pregnant after 1 year using the pull out method (perfectly) is 4% according to this chart.
    http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2614/3864383852_97c66b5c37_o.jpg
    I imagine these work the same way since it's only going off pre-ejaculate. If there was only one exposure, wouldn't my odds be way way less than 4%? I imagine people in these studies have sex more than once a year...

    There's a debate to whether pre-ejaculate actually contains sperm or not so saying there's not doesn't make me feel any better, because someone could just as easily say there is.
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    I would say chances of pregnancy are pretty close to zero in your case. Sperm are pretty fragile and die pretty quick when exposed to air.
    Proud mommy to PJ (5)


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