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    ED and 61 making a baby
    marmal posted:
    A women told me last month she got pregnant. I am 61 and never made anyone pregnant in my life. I use drug to have sex. Can I make someone pregnant. Please email me at ASAP
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    fcl responded:
    Why do you think you couldn't make her pregnant? Just because it's never happened to you in the past doesn't mean it couldn't happen now.
    There's nothing inherently dirty about sex, but if you try real hard and use your imagination you can overcome that.
    dfromspencer responded:
    Can you be 100% possitive about that? Could you have had a one nighter, and possibly don't know about a baby somewhere out there???

    Have you had your sperm tested for viability?

    You may just be a father soon, eh???



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