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hi my boyfriend and I were making out and he was nt wearing any jeans or boxers... he was nude and i was wearing clothes and when his sperm came out it got on my pants and those were thin pants i was wearing and so i was wondering are there any chances i can b pregenant and can sperm travel through the pants. i was thinking to take the emergency pill do u think i sould take it
I can't give you any guarantees, because stranger things have happened; however, the chances are very slim that semen traveled through your pants and up into your vagina. However, just to be safe, you should always use a condom or other form of risk reduction if you're going to come into contact with semen. Dr. J
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