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Pregnant from sperm in bath ?

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i n my bf were in the bath tub naked his penis touche me ovr my anus but nt in the interior at all..the water was soapy infact..also he had used his finger in my vagina..he had ejaculated dn a bit in water but as soon as he ejaculated he moved out..i had no knowledge dat dis cud even lead to pregnancy?can it please reply.i was there in d tub for sum 5 mins more..can it cause pregnancy?

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replied January 29th, 2010
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Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum!

If your boyfriend ejaculated in the bathtub or if his penis touched your anal area then also you cannot get pregnant. For pregnancy to happen the sperms should be ejaculated into the vagina.

Soapy water will kill all the sperms. You cannot get pregnant even if your boyfriend fingered you. Hope this helps. Take care!

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