Can you get pregnant if you eat sperm
A mouth doesn't directly lead to the reproductive system so it's impossible to get pregnant from eating sperm. STDs are possible. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/can-you-get-pregnant-if-you-eat-sperm ]
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- Can you get pregnant if you eat his sperm?
- No you can´t get pregnant, because your stomach has no connection to your uterus lol.
- Can you get pregnant if a female eat sperm?
- NO, the sperm needs to get inside of the vagina to get pregnant not down the throat.
- When girls eat boy's sperm will they get pregnant??
- No. It has no way of getting to the Uterus through the mouth.
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