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What are the chances of getting pregnant if a little pre- ejaculation fluid enters the opening of the vagina ?

Hello. I would like to know if a little pre- ejaculation fluid enters the opening of the vagina will I get pregnant? Iam still a virgin but my husband and I are not ready for kids yet. He did not insert his penis but inserted his finger a little inside with a little of the pre-ejaculation fluid. Awaiting an early response. Thank you!
Asked On : Mon, 12 Mar 2012
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Hi,
Welcome to Healthcare Magic.
Chances of you being pregnant are very low but not 0%.
The presence of sperm in the pre-ejaculation fluid is debated, but possible.
Please remember although semen contains million of sperms, only a single sperm is actually required for a pregnancy to occur.
So, If you are not ready for a pregnancy use a reliable birth control method to take stress out of your life.
Take care.
Answered: Tue, 1 May 2012
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