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    Help me!!
    JorgeRonaldo07 posted:
    Well I just need concrete advice on this so please don't post anything else. Four days ago I was with my girlfriemd and I had precum on my penis so I cleaned it all up and even squeezed it a little to make sure there wasn't any left, and I remember seeing the head of my penis dry and I even kept cleaning it. After that I kissed my girlfriend and grabbed her waist, and then about 3 minutes later I fingered her. Could she be pregnant if I only had a little precum? Note that it was just a little. Additional info would be that I put my penis away and the precum could have dried itself with the contact of my pants, or when I grabbed my girlfriend or dried itself while we were kissing. ASAP!
    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    No, there is no way your girlfriend could be pregnant from what you describe. Sperm are fairly fragile and die soon after being exposed to air. If your fingers were dry, there were no live sperm present.

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