My girlfriend and I were fooling around. I ejaculated and it was on her chest and breasts. She was wearing a necklace and I wiped some of the semen off. I rubbed my fingers together to try an dry the semen and then put my hand on the bed. A few minutes later, I began to finger her. I possibly used the same hand to finger her as I did to wipe off the semen. If I did, what are the chances of her getting pregnant. I do not know if I had got all of the semen off my hand or if the sperm could have lived. I did not think sperm could live too long especially in those conditions. I also thought moist wet semen needed to be directly inserted into the vagina to impregnate someone. Please help me we are really worried something could have happened.View Thread
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