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want to confirm what can cause pregnancy.

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Supposing there was no genial contact,precum contact and semen contact if a man kisses and sucks breasts,belly button,vagina of naked woman can she get pregnant?
can male saliva from mans mouth entering woman's vagina during oral sex on woman(cunnilingus) cause pregnancy?
Is there any chance that semen coming out of a mans mouth
during cunnilingus and cause pregnancy?I know the questions i am posting may be not logical but just want to confirm.

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replied May 11th, 2013
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Semen has only one route to get ejaculated, hence it entering mouth/oral cavity of a man is not possible, until the man deliberately takes it orally. If there has been no direct contact of vagina of a girl with semen or pre-cum (and if the girl is not around her ovulation time), chances of pregnancy can be ruled out. For further evaluation, clarification and assistance, visit your treating doctor/healthcare provider.
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