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while rubbing genitals if just a drop or very little precum was rubbed ON TO her vagina but nowhere near inside her, could abdominal pain and cramps and vaginal inflamation be then related to pregnancy? Or these are just effects of fingering ive asked her now after 12 hours, she took paracetamol and slept, after waking up, she says theres no pain at all, her breasts feel normal too, and the cramps are now gone, is there a need to worry still?please reply soon my heart is sinking
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replied March 19th, 2012
Welcome to e health forum.

Normally during sex, when ejaculation occurs inside the vagina, about 3 ml of semen (with upto 60 million sperms per ml) is deposited inside the vagina, and most of it is ejected into the uterus, through the cervix. But only thousands of capacitated sperms enter the fallopian tube and only 300-500 reach the ovum, and only one of those sperms can fertilize the ovum.

Hence when small amount of semen or precum comes into contact on the clitoris or outside the vaginal introitus - the chance of pregnancy is very rare. This is due to the fact that sperms have to travel a long distance from the external genitalia to the fallopian tubes where conception occurs.

Hence there is no need to be concerned about pregnancy in your case.

But you need to keep in mind to follow safe sex and always use condoms or emergency contraception in order to to avoid pregnancy.

I hope this helps.
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