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Wash hands after passing urine, fingered partner. Pregnancy chance?

Hi , would like to ask if there is a risk of pregnancy for my girlfriend on this situation, I went to the toilet to have pee after that i washed my face only with water then wipe my face and hands by tissue paper, after 10-15 minutes i went again to the toilet then wash my face again only with water then wiped it again with tissue, then we stayed on her room then i fingered her. is there a chance to get her pregnant. i know its a bit odd but just want to ease my mind on this. thank you very much
Asked On : Wed, 10 Oct 2012
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Hello and welcome to HCM
Pregnancy can only happen if there is vaginal intercourse with successful transfer of sperms from male partner to female partner.
For successful pregnancy, the male and female reproductive tract should be functioning normally.
Female release of ovum from ovaries and sufficient quantity of semen from testes are prerequisites.

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Dr Shailja P Wahal
Answered: Wed, 10 Oct 2012
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