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    I'm wondering if anyone can help. I have been off birth control for 3 months now, my partner and I plan for a child in 5 months or so due to personal commitments. The other day, we did not have intercourse although he did ejaculate on my stomach and some sperm dripped onto my vagina. I wiped it off quickly. Im wondering is there a chance this may cause pregnancy? I have read that It is possible if sperm enters vagina somehow. I'm wondering how high, if any, risk there would be. I was ovulating that day, possibly the next. Thank you.

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    it is HIGHLY unlikely, there is the most miniscule outside chance but almost none. When you say it 'dropped onto your vagina' you mean vulva right?

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    I would say the same as above, you would have to be just seriously unlucky to fall pregnant.

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    Highly highly unlikely. May I ask ur age?

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    Or the age of the sperm? Young sperm has a mind of its own

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    Very low.

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    Thank you for your responses. I felt it was a silly question and didn't know where to ask. We are both 31. And also yes, it dropped outside my vulva area.

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    I would say there is pretty much zero chance of falling pregnant. I'm curious though as to why people would question your age? What does that have to do with anything?

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    As a girl whose eggs went at 35 age has everything to do with how fertile you are and your chances of getting pregnant


 

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