okay so heres the deal. I'm 16 and i was masturbating in the bathroom. i was standing over the toilet doing it. then i came, however, for what ever bizarre reason the cum shoot out my penis instead of just drooling out like it usually does. anyway some of my little sisters toys were there and im afraid some drops of cum got on them. if they come in contact with her vagina well shes playing in the shower could she get pregnant? shes 11 and has breast. dont know if she has period. came at like 12 its 1:21 now. is the sperm still alive? when does it die? i cleaned up all the sperm i could see but im afraid theres still some there. help please..
Welcome to the forum. I am really glad to help you out. The possibility of the sperms entering her vagina from the soft toys and causing pregnancy is negligible. The sperms are very fragile and get damaged very fast once exposed to the outside environment. Hence, you need not worry.
A woman gets pregnant only when the sperms are lodged in the vagina during the sexual intercourse. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.
My girlfriend and I got intimate, she took my penis and inserted it in her vagina, she's a virgin and it was painful so my penis barely went in, just the tip went in, not even the whole tip. It stayed in there for about 5 min, when I took it out, I noticed that one side of my penis was wet. I squeezed my penis and clear fluid came out. She was also wet so we aren't sure whose it may be and if she could possibly be pregnant. She gets severe cramps lately. This is the third week now and she's due for her period on the 9th of this month, she has a very big appetite lately. What could this be? Please help, I'm really scared.
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