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A 20-year-old male asked:

can i get pregnant if i don't have sex and i don't engage in sexual activities but were to touch fresh semen (like in toilet or another object)?

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Dr. Colin Kerr
Family Medicine 44 years experience
Pregnancy by touch: If you were to touch semen with your fingers and then stick your fingers into your vagina, it would be possible to get pregnant if this coincided with the time for ovulation. If you get semen on any part of your body and do not stick it directly into your vagina, there is no possibility of getting pregnant.

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Could I be pregnant if I had spotting the first day then light bleeding the next two days ?

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Yes: Have you had sex in ethe last month? If so do a pregnancy test and find out good luck.

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