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    Justinmiller13 posted:
    Can a woman get pregnant without penetration? Is it uncommon to get pregnant without penetration? Thanks guys!
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    Anon_475 responded:
    It's virtually impossible to get pregnant without penetration. Can you be more specific?
     
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    Justinmiller13 replied to Anon_475's response:
    We only had oral sex. I came. But i did not penetrate inside her. What are the chances of getting pregnant in that situation?
     
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    tlkittycat1968 replied to Anon_475's response:
    While it's not impossible, it is uncommon. It can happen if a man ejaculates on a woman's vaginal opening when she's ovulating.

    There used to be a sex therapist on this site who had a female patient for whom sex was painful. Her husband ejaculated on her vaginal opening and she got pregnant with twins.
     
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    tlkittycat1968 replied to Justinmiller13's response:
    If you did not ejaculate on or near her vaginal opening, pregnancy is pretty much impossible.
     
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    Justinmiller13 replied to tlkittycat1968's response:
    After i came, its been almost 20mins before we had sex again. On the other hand, we washed our hands, and the areas that the smen dropped. Is it still possible to get pregnant? Thankyou so much guys!
     
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    Anon_475 replied to Justinmiller13's response:
    There isn't the slightest chance of pregnancy. Semen dies when it dries out. Besides this, oral sex does not cause pregnancy.
     
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    Justinmiller13 replied to Anon_475's response:
    Does semen dies when it was washed with water?
     
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    georgiagail replied to Justinmiller13's response:
    It's washed away.

    Gail
     
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    Justinmiller13 replied to georgiagail's response:
    How long can a sperm live outside of the body? Such as skin. Thanks guys!
     
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    fcl replied to Justinmiller13's response:
    Sperm is very fragile and needs a warm, moist environment (like a vagina) to survive. It isn't going to live very long on skin at all.

    Honestly, don't you think you're taking your paranoia a bit far?

     
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    Justinmiller13 replied to fcl's response:
    Yeah. Im shocked. Because i was 2days late for my period. My hubby didnt penetrate inside me. And he came nowhere near my vagina. Im just making sure. I never expect to be late really.
     
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    georgiagail replied to Justinmiller13's response:
    One does not become pregnant from oral sex. If penetration did not take place and semen never came near the vagina, conception will not occur.

    As far as history tells us, there's only been one case of immaculate conception and even that one has been questioned.

    Sometimes menstrual periods are just late. Sometimes it might skip a month. It happens. No particular reason for this.

    Gail
     
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    Justinmiller13 replied to georgiagail's response:
    Georgiagail. Yeah. We had sex but he didnt penetrate inside me. Im just just shock. Really. Does body clock affects me in my late period? Yhanks for your advice. I cant believe that i missed my period. Thanks!
     
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    tlkittycat1968 replied to Justinmiller13's response:
    Most women will skip a period at least once during their reproductive years. It's common and usually not a cause for concern.


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