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    An_252799 posted:
    So a couple of days ago me and this guy kind of got into it. Well he was mostly rubbing on my clitoris and around my vagina with his spit but I'm scared because his penis may have bumped the top of my clitoris and I'm not sure if he has precum coming out yet and I'm scared because if he was then there may be a possibility that his precum and saliva might have got mixed in with eachother and went into my vagina and could possibly be pregnant. Is it possible that I could get pregnant that way ?????!
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    It is very doubtful you are pregnancy from what you describe. The sperm have to be on or in your vaginal opening for pregnancy to occur.


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