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Help me please, i am stressing :/

Hello, well i have two questions:

1) Can pre cum really get you pregnant? A uni proffessor told us in class that sperm can not survive in the urethral path because it can die just in touch with urine because it is acid.

2) If so, are precum sperm fertile and strong enough to get trough cotton underwear?

I am asking this because my boyfriend and i were dry humping in underwear and I can not tell exactly if his precum got transfered to my underwear because i was wet.

Thank you for your help
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replied April 2nd, 2014
Thank you for asking!
Fluids before ejaculation have hardly any sperms.They are mostly lubricating seminal fluids. And it takes one complete batch of million of sperms to knock an egg down only when they are left at the door or cervix from where it takes a marathon time of average 8 hours to impregnate the egg and only one healthiest one can do,
in your case it is not possible at all. one reason is it was not an ejaculate but rather a simple seminal fluid, other reason is it was never induced at the vaginal border of cervix Vagina has a harsh ph conditions.No sperm survives there too.
So no worries and no stressing out and avoidance of future experiences and precautionary measures needs to be taken to stay on the safer road.
Take care
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