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Can you get pregnant from being fingered?

Steffi on 02 April 2009 131 Comments

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  • After reading this blog you all must be very young. According to a DOCTOR sperm lives in the body for five to seven days and outside the body for a few min to a few hours. If you cum or pre cum (which contains sprem) on your hand and place your hand in or near the vagina it is possible to become pregnant. Even if you rub cum outside of the vagina if you have fluids are have cum yourself sperm can swim and enter the body. When sperm are alive they swim and if deposited into a women's bodily fluids near her vagina can enter. It only takes one sperm to fertilize an agg. If you don't want to get pregnant then don't participate in sexual activity and if you do then you should get on birth control. There is the pill, nuva ring, depo prevera, mirana and condoms to name a few. You should use condoms when having sex and even giving blow jobs to avoid STD's, AIDS and Herpes have NO cure. It is best to talk to a parent, adult sibling or better yet a health care proffesional if you have questions. Not another teen ager who knows just as little as you do. The safest way to not get pregnant if you must have sexual activity is to masterbate ALONE.

    Posted by A 37 yr old mother of 4 on 30 December 2010  |  18 people found this useful

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  • me n bf had sex two weeks ago, we didnt use condoms he came n pull out i duno if any sperm had gone in me but there was some come on my leg n a pea size amount on his finger wen he fingered me,my period isnt due til the 1st of august but im havin mood swings eating&sleeping more getting spots my breasts are sweeling up n hurt a little and inside of my nipple are some dried stuff HELP PLEASE!!!

    Posted by kharleey on 25 July 2011  |  10 people found this useful

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  • I was fingered for the first time a little over a week ago and I know it's impossible to get pregnant unless the penis goes inside of the vagina but im a couple days late on my period and it's freaking me out. We were cuddling naked also and from what I know he didn't ejaculate unless he did earlier that day. In just scared .'

    Posted by Annie on 16 April 2012  |  4 people found this useful

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  • I am 15 and i have a friend who thought she was pregnant from this, so we decided to go speak to my biology teacher and she told us it is a possiblity as sperm lives on your body for up to a day and inside the body for up to 4 days... hope its helped

    Posted by [No first name supplied] on 31 August 2011  |  2 people found this useful

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  • me n bf had sex two weeks ago, we didnt use condoms he came n pull out i duno if any sperm had gone in me but there was some come on my leg n a pea size amount on his finger wen he fingered me,my period isnt due til the 1st of august but im havin mood swings eating&sleeping more getting spots my breasts are sweeling up n hurt a little and inside of my nipple are some dried stuff HELP PLEASE!!!

    Posted by kharleey on 25 July 2011  |  10 people found this useful

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  • If the boy cums on the side by ur vagina can you get pregnant from it ?? Or if he touched it then fingered you. As im a bit worried

    Posted by [No first name supplied] on 22 July 2011  |  9 people found this useful

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