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Answered 2011-07-27 01:04:25

Only if it gets into your vagina and fertilizes an egg.

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Depends where the semen is, if it is inside, yes.

No it will not cause pregnancy.

Leaking semen does cause pregnancy because it is semen. Pre-cum or pre-ejaculate that leaks out before a male's orgasm can still cause pregnancy.

If you have fresh semen on your finger and inserts it inside her vagina, yes then she can get pregnant.

Swallowing ejaculate won't cause pregnancy.

Yes a drop of ejaculate can cause pregnancy.

No. The only way to make a woman pregnant is to get a man's semen inside her vagina.

If ejaculate goes into the vagina during the fertile period it doesn't matter if semen dribbles out, there is a high chance of pregnancy. It only takes one sperm cell to cause pregnancy, there are millions of them in small amounts of semen

Nope, only LIVE semen can get a girl pregnant. Dry semen isn't LIVE semen.

No it can not. Women can not produce semen which is needed for pregnancy.

Nothing at all other than a mess inside you. Semen will not harm your fetus or uterus.

The hymen does not cover the entrance completely so if semen comes on it or inside you can get pregnant.

It is the sperms swimming within the semen that fertilise the egg, and a pregnancy may begin. Therefore, semen alone would not cause a pregnancy - one example of this is when a male has the snip, which is a vasectomy.The semen itself does not cause pregnancy. It is merely a transporter fluid that the sperm ride in. It is the sperm themselves that fertilize the woman.

No, the semen has to come inside of her vagina.

Semen causes pregnancy...

Pre-ejaculate is the semen that leaks from the penis prior to ejaculation. Contrary to urban myth, it can cause pregnancy. After all, semen is semen.

Semen on the outside of the condom can cause pregnancy or shared STDs. Semen should only be released into the condom and then remove it carefully to avoid spilling into the vagina.

A drop of semen containing sperm can if it get to the right places

Semen generally contains sperm cells, and it is the sperm cells in the semen that cause pregnancy. However, if the man has had a successful vasectomy or had his testes removed, his semen will not contain sperm cells.

If there is no semen there is no pregnancy

Very low. Some semen might get inside, but that is not very likely.

There is no connection to the uterus through your mouth so no.

Pregnancy can only occur when semen enters the vagina and fertilizes the egg. Unless semen from ejaculation reaches the inside of the vagina, the chance of pregnancy is very slim. Even if your partner lost his erection inside the vagina, there is a chance that seminal fluid could have entered the vaginal canal. Pregnancy is a possibility in this circumstance.

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