9lamb2 answered Thursday June 16 2005, 6:18 am: You cannot get pregnant from giving a blowjob or from swallowing sperm. However, if any of the sperm got near your vagina afterwards (on your hand, or on his hand, etc), there is a small chance of pregnancy. However, this is pretty unlikely.
TrojNgrl6907 answered Tuesday May 31 2005, 12:12 am: I so agree with IceySparks...I'm goin to be honest with you..that is the stupidest question I've ever heard! Why ask a question that everyone knows the answer to? Why ask a question that makes people want to smack you?
Are you eight or sumthing? I have 2 things left to say to you
1. Go to the doctor
2. Take some sex ed courses [ TrojNgrl6907's advice column | Ask TrojNgrl6907 A Question ]
Karen answered Sunday May 15 2005, 1:20 pm: No, you cannot get pregnant from giving a guy a blow job and swallowing sperm/cum but you can get an STD or two. Inorder to get pregnant, sperm needs to enter your vagina and it's impossible to get pregnant from swallowing sperm. [ Karen's advice column | Ask Karen A Question ]
mrs_radcliffe answered Sunday May 15 2005, 11:34 am: Nope you can only get pregnant if a guys sperm goes anywhere near your vagina like if you give him a blow job and he gets sperm on his hands then he can pass it if hes near your vagina.
x0xMrSm answered Sunday May 15 2005, 2:46 am: nope, only vaginal penetration can get you pregnant.
don't worry...but bjs can give you some STDs...im not sure what ones, but you can get them from doing that... [ x0xMrSm's advice column | Ask x0xMrSm A Question ]
charmed-cherry21 answered Sunday May 15 2005, 2:30 am: No. You can only get pregnant from having sex.
SiLenTxfAiRy answered Sunday May 15 2005, 2:28 am: no definitally not. when you get the cum in your mouth and shallow it, it goes right threw your body like anything else you may swallow, such as water or food. it goes through all the same places your food does and it eventually gets flushed out of your system like everything else you consume.
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