Pre Cum

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anon - February 11

a girl and i were having s_x with a condom on and i took my p___s out and took the condom off for her to finish me off by hand and with her mouth, but she then got on me again and me p___s briefly enterd her v____a, can this still get her pregnant? bear in mind that i had not ejaculated yet, and she had licked most of the precome off. thanks please reply to [email protected] thank you

 

anonymous - February 11

a girl and i were having s_x with a condom on and i took my p___s out and took the condom off for her to finish me off by hand and with her mouth, but she then got on me again and me p___s briefly enterd her v____a, can this still get her pregnant? bear in mind that i had not ejaculated yet, and she had licked most of the precome off. thanks please reply to [email protected] thank you

 

Lisa...very stressed out - February 12

ok, me and my boyfriend have been dating a year and a half and always use protection. On the 27th of January we had s_x for about a minute unprotected. Then we put a condom on. I have been having menstrual cramps but no period yet and im about 2 days late. Is it too early to take a test? I plan on going tomorrow to get tested. He had m_________ed the day before but since then had urinated a LOT. Not only that...he smokes pot often and drinks mountain dew and energy drink like crazy. But i have this feeling im pregnant...can someone help me and put my mind at ease.

 

alex - February 14

my girlfriend and i both lost our virgiinity to eachother yesterday, and i'm worried we may have gotten her pregnant. what happened was, to get her used to it , she was ontop of me without a condom. she didn't move or anything like that, but i felt a weird feeling like i felt i was going to come, but i didn't. we tried later and I finished about 20 minutes later WEARING a condom..so what does everyone think we should dobecause we're 100% sure I didn't come the first time i was in her fully for the long amount of time without a condom

 

julie - February 15

Yes you can get pregnant from prec_m..especially if the man has already ejaculated and is having s_x for the second time in a row. It's possible, but unlikely to get pregnant by prec_m if the man urinated after ejaculation or hasn't ejaculated yet.

 

gina - February 17

umm...i just had s_x with my boyfriend and the condom broke. is it possible that im pregnant? he pulled out and had to jerk off for about a minute to even get the c_m flowing....i really dont need this right now and i really need some rea__surement.

 

SCHMEL - February 23

pre_c_m come from?

 

breana - February 23

where do pre_c_m come from

 

Raisa - May 14

me and my boyfriend had unprotacted s_x on the 26th,29th and the 30th of last month and i got off my period on the 25th and i know thers a 14day cycle where your eggs dont produce in 14days...is there a chance of me being pregnet??..and we also rubbed on each other with no cloths and no condom and we wet our selfs and rubbed on each other if he pre c_med a lil could it got in me???im verry worried about being pregnat im not ready for a baby:(

 

rachel_renee_20 - May 14

YES pre-c_m can get you prego thats why the "pulling out" method doesn't work. In-fact if this is your method of birth control your likely to get prego within a year. Ask a gyno.

 

flower.momma - May 17

Yes pre-ejaculate conatins a small amount of sperm, but since there is no ejaculation involved, the sperm usually can not get high enough up in your v____a to have a fighting chance. Especially if it is on one of your hands. However, if there is genital to gential contact, there is a minute possibility that you may become pregnant.

 

eric2 - June 8

Ok I have read alot of stuff on here.. but heres my story.. Me and my girl friend were having s_x in a hot tub.. we were changing positions and i reached down to check the condom and my p___s was sticking out the side so it had a hole in it.(prly bc of being in the water) but I was no where close to ejaculating and i had not c_mmed before that day or anytime before then. I dont kno how long the hole was in the condom but no longer than 2 minutes id say. but we stoppe right after i noticed the hole.. would some1 please answer back saying hey eric bc im freakin myself out. Some1 who knows what there talking about too just not an opinion. Thanks

 

char - June 12

my boyfriend and i had unprotected s_x 7 days ago and he came in me but right after i peed it out but then 5 days ago we had s_x again and he came in me but peed it out again but i'm not on birth control and i just stared me period could i be pregnat

 

lordy - June 15

Oh my goodness some of you need help. First of all, to the person who said that prec_m has more sperm in it than what comes out in ejaculation...You are way off. You should not be giving medical advice without medical knowledge. To the last person who posted before me, sweetheart, you can't "pee out sperm." If you haven't noticed, your pee does not come out of your v____a, it comes out of your urethra. Your v____a is the hole in which your boyfriend inserts his p___s. Your urethra is a seperate hole that runs to your bladder. If you started your period, you most likely are not pregnant. However, if you keep up what you are doing you will be soon. If you don't know your own anatomy, you should not be having s_x yet. Now, for those wanting to know if prec_m can get you pregnant. There are about 10,000 sperm in pre-ejaculatory fluid (prec_m). That may seem like a lot, but it's not. There are about 400,000,000 - 500,000,000 sperm in regular ejaculatory fluid. And with unprotected s_x, a woman has about a 25% chance of getting pregnant with regular with those 400,000,000 -500,000,000 sperm. This means that on average, it takes 4 months to conceive. (Yes, it's less for some, but it's more for others). So if you have a 25% chance of getting pregnant when 400,000,000 - 500,000,000 sperm are ejaculated into you, your chance of getting pregnant with 10,000 sperm entering your v____a via "prec_m" is 0.0005 to 0.000625%. For those of you not good with decimals, that's waaaaaaaaaaaaaaay less that one percent. Now, I am not advocating the withdrawel method (pulling out) of birth-control. The reason is that most guys can't be trusted to pull out on time. If you think you are pregnant from prec_m, either you are most likely not pregnant, or it wasn't prec_m. One girl did say that there is more sperm in the prec_m if the guy has ejaculated recently than if he hasn't, and that is correct. Especially if he hasn't peed since. This is due to the fact that some of the sperm are still in his urethra from that last ejaculation, and the prec_m pushes it out. Really, this is the only way sperm can be present in prec_m, because prec_m actually isn't "c_m," it's called "Cowper's fluid," and it is secreted by the Cowper's glands which are near the prostate gland. Sperm are produced in the testes, and s____n is produced in the seminal vessicles and the prostate. Cowper's fluid and s____n/sperm don't mix, and Cowper's fluid is not s____n.

 

kenny_c_girl - June 16

well yes and no it can make your pregnant. From what i have heard recent studies show their is no actual sperm in pre-c_m. But if your boyfrien of whom ever went pee before you guys had s_x and he pre-c_med their is no sperm so really you cant be pregnant. But if he had c_med and didnt go pee and you guys had s_x again and he prec_med their is a chance that their could be a little bit of sperm in that pre-c_m.

 

JessicaC - June 17

I recommend that people look up some good sources, such as planned parenthood for the effectiveness of the withdrawl method. This should set the record straight. (from www,plannedparenthood.org) How Well Withdrawal Works Of every 100 women whose partners use withdrawal, 27 will become pregnant during the first year of TYPICAL use. Of every 100 women whose partners use withdrawal, four will become pregnant during the first year of PERFECT use. Pre-ejaculate can contain enough sperm to cause pregnancy. Pregnancy is also possible if s____n or pre-ejaculate is spilled on the vulva. Withdrawal offers no protection against s_xually transmitted infections. Latex or female condoms can reduce the risk of infection. Advantage of Withdrawal Withdrawal can be used to prevent pregnancy when no other method is available. Who Can Use Withdrawal Couples who have established great self-control, experience, and trust may use withdrawal if necessary. The men who use withdrawal must be able to know when they are reaching ejaculatory inevitability — the point in s_xual excitement when ejaculation can no longer be stopped or postponed. How Withdrawal is Used The man withdraws his p___s from the v____a before or when he feels he has reached the point when ejaculation can no longer be stopped or postponed. He ejaculates outside the v____a, being careful that s____n does not spill onto his partner's vulva. Possible Disadvantages of Withdrawal requires great self-control, experience, and trust not for men who ejaculate prematurely not for men who don't know when to pull out not recommended for s_xually inexperienced men not recommended for teens

 

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