Here's the thing, I know that girls can get pregnant from precum, but I wanted to be sure in this situation.
My girlfriend and I were fooling around, and she used a piece of cloth to clean my precum several times, and she used that same cloth after cleaning my precum to clean her vagina, since it was wet.
Now, I know it is possible, but here are some factors that work in my advantage:
First, she had her period few days ago (about 5 I think), and as far I know, it takes 2 weeks for her to start ovulating and become fertile. And yes, I know that semen can live in vagina up to few days.
Second, there's a good chance that precum was absorbed by the cloth, so those little guys would have to travel really long from the entrance in order to survive. In addition, they could have died on the open air after few minutes. (I'm not really sure how long these guys can survive, but I'm thinking several minutes to hours)
Third, precum is used to lubricate the penis before the ejaculation and it can hold small amount of semen that was left there from the last ejaculation. Urination cleans the remaining semen, and I had my last ejaculation few days ago, and I've urinated several times, so I'm guessing that I'm clean.
Forth, maybe she used piece of cloth that didn't have my precum on it, so if that's the case, all is good.
Fifth, I know bunch of people that are having the unprotected sex (pull out method) for last several years, and none of them has had any pregnancy problems, although there was probably a lot of precum inside of the vagina.
Considering those facts (expect the forth one maybe) what are the chances of pregnancy? I'm thinking billion to one, but I just wanted to be sure.
Extra question, if penis and vagina touch (no intercourse they just touch, and they are both wet), is there a chance of pregnancy (my guess is no, because many people have unprotected sex and in 70% nothing happens even if there's an intercourse)?
i was told once a few years ago that even though you don't ejaculate there are a few little guys that swim out... so you need to be careful if you are not ready to be parents.. i thought it was strange too to get pregnant if the guy never did get all the way, but it can happen...now, the whole pull out method... my husband felt there was no need to use protection since we were married i guess you men feel better with out, anyway, he used the pull out method for about a year and one day TA DA.. i got pregnant lol... so it is not FULL PROOF. Again like i said earlier, just cause you don't ejaculate in her doesn't mean a few little guys won't slip out ... i hope this helps.. have her take a test next month.. p.s even the dollar store test work TRUST ME i took one messing around and it came out positive lol and i was only 3 weeks pregnant very hard to even feel or know, but i guess instincts .. good luck
I see, but I would like to mention that no intercourse has occurred, it was just a piece of cloth with some precum (possibly)
In addition, she had her period 5 days ago, so she's probably not fertile.
Last but but least, semen from precum comes from past ejaculation and it is flushed by urination, and I haven't had ejaculation for past two days, and I've urinated 5 times before messing with my gf.
I know that pullout isn't safe, and I know that girl can get pregnant by not having an intercourse, but in this case, no pull out was used, no intercourse happen, and there was no sperm involved, so what are the chances?
Semen can live for several hours outside of the body. However if it is dry it is dead. I would not take any chances even with the precum. Next time just make sure it is dry or she uses a different cloth. Best wishes.
I'm not sure if Its possible.. but what happened was that we were hooking up. I was in top of him and he was a virgin. He wasn't completely hard and I knew that. But he tried to put it in once, it made it maybe an inch not even and folded over. Then it ended. I was also sleeping with my ex boyfriend, we ddnt use protection and he always finished in me. I was on birth control but screwed up on it and I did become pregnant. But I don't k ow what the odds are that it would be his as opposed to my ex boyfriends who finished in me every time.
Ok so...long story. I was having sex with this guy who I'd had sex with once before, the time before he was a virgin (so he doesn't have much experience) we used a condom but when we were finished we realised that it had come off during the sex. He insists that he pulled out but I'm not too sure considering he thought the condom was on and also didn't have much experience...I was 8 days into my cycle.. Never usually track my period so I'm presuming I have a normal 28 day cycle ...so even if he did pull out there's still the precum? Chances of being pregnant?
I had kind of the same issue but he hasnt ejaculated for almost a month now and he didnt even go inside im young and usually fell asleep during health class so i dont know much about this stuff. I wiped once as soon as we were fone and again at home then i showered. I just got off my period about five days ago. And as for the him not ejaculting in a long time is that healthy for him?
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