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    An_243124 posted:
    My bf and i usually have oral sex mostly, question i have we do have intercourse to but never to point of him cumming strong inside me, maybe alittle ceeps out..can u get pregnant lke that?
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    tiggsluv406 responded:
    YEA YOU CAN THE PRECUM IS THE MOST VIRAL ITS VERY POTENT
     
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    georgiagail replied to tiggsluv406's response:
    This is inaccurate. Precum does not, in itself, contain sperm. However, if your boyfriend has recently ejaculated, there may be living sperm remaining in his urethra which would be pushed out with the precum.

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    tlkittycat1968 replied to georgiagail's response:
    In addition to what Gail said, you said you have sex but "never to point of him cumming strong inside me". What do you mean by this? If he ejaculates even a little bit inside you there is a chance of pregnancy.


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