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Unprotected sex, did not ejaculate inside vagina, masturbated earlier in the day. Pregnancy possible?

Hi, i slept with a girl last night and didnt use a condom....i didnt ejaculate inside her but i had masturbated earlier in the day and now im having panic attacks that she might get pregnant as a result of any sperm/cum that may have still been on my penis ....is this highly likely or not of a high possibility? :(
Asked On : Mon, 21 Jan 2013
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HIV AIDS Specialist 's  Response
Hi,
Welcome to HCM.

Precum may likely to have germs and never have sperms as the secretions are coming mainly from urethral glands and Cowper's glands just by arousal and excitement.
As you don't have ejaculation inside the vagina, the chances of impregnate your girl friend is remote. Even with a fraction of of ejaculum inside the vagina, one need adequate sperm concentration to make her impregnate. At least 500- 1000 sperms have to reach the ovum actively to make one to enter into it. To reach 500- 1000 sperms at the site ovum one has to ejaculate considerable portion of ejaculum.

So it is very unlikely for her to become pregnant.
Nothing to worry.

Safe sex is always good and alleviates unnecessary tensions.
Dr S.murugan
Answered: Mon, 21 Jan 2013
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