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Pregnancy without having sexual intercourse, possibility ?

Hello, I have been advised that there is little chance of pregnancy if I never had sex but I would like a second opinion. I d be really grateful and it would it would help my worries. Thank you.
Asked On : Thu, 15 Mar 2012
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Sex can mean a variety of activities which can include penetration, i.e. sexual intercourse. In order for pregnancy to occur, semen must be introduced into the woman and fertilization must occur. If there is any chance that semen has entered you, there is a chance of pregnancy. If there was ANY penetration of you by a man, there is a chance of pregnancy. If you have had any activity where a man has ejaculated on you or near you, there is a chance of pregnancy. Only if you have not had any sexual activity with a man, can you be assured of not being pregnant.
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