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    Can You Get Pregnant From Oral Sex?
    An_266925 posted:
    I gave my boyfriend a BJ and afterwards we made out, he got some of his semen on his lip and probably inside his mouth, but he wiped it off. A few minutes later, without thinking.. He went down on me with his mouth, and even spit inside of me. Afterwards we freaked out! And early the next morning we went and bought Plan B, I was able to take the Plan B without it making me sick. I felt better after taking the Plan B but I'm still on edge! So I'm wondering if we really had any reason to panic and if the Plan B was a smart move, and if I should keep worrying?!
    mjapelingon responded:
    What's the plan B? contraceptives? it is impossible to get preggy in a way of oral sex because the semen should be warm and fresh in order to be able to live until it met the egg cells. semens have short life for about few minutes - its already dead.
    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Given what you describe, pregnancy is impossible. Plan B was not necessary.
    tlkittycat1968 replied to mjapelingon's response:
    Plan B is an emergency contraceptive to be used when someone has unprotected sex. It can delay ovulation, thus preventing pregnancy.

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