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can you get pregnant if sperm falls outside the vegina?

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Dr. George Klauber
Specializes in Pediatric Urology
No: You can't.

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Can pregnancy is possible if wiping the vegina with sperm on it..but taking krimson 35 from last 2 month?

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Is it possible to get pregnant if wiping the vegina with towel have sperm on it ... but taking krimson 35 regurally from last 2 month?

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Dr. Robert Kwok
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In real life...: Women and girls do not get pregnant from casually wiping themselves with a spermed towel. Likewise, sperm can't swim through towels nor through clothing. No worries (or else just do a home pregnancy test 3 weeks later, if one keeps worrying about it).

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