If you have preejaculate, yes you can still have semen, but that may not always the case
There tends to be much less viable sperm in preejaculate than in actual ejaculate at the end of sex. However, it often contains enough sperm cells to cause pregnancy. Do keep in mind that any fluid from the penis during sex can spread disease. So to help prevent diseases and pregnancy, condoms are always recommended.
Preejaculate is normal and should not be curbed. It is like watering of mouth.
Yes. Preejaculate and ejaculate differ a little bit.
Yes. There is also preejaculate and other fluids.
Neither the man or the woman can feel it. It's just a drop.
Yes, you can get infected with chlamydia even if he doesn't ejaculate inside you. Chlamydia can be spread by semen, vaginal discharge, or preejaculate fluid in or near the vaginal, urethra, or anus, as well as the throat and eyes.
No it is not. Natural gas is not man-made, and fluid gas is man-made.
YES. The preejaculate fluid may contain enough sperms to cause pregnancy. And PLEASE keep the packs of condoms with you for your guy to be used, who may give you many more sexually transmitted diseases apart from HIV.
Yes, HIV can be transmitted by vaginal lubrication/vaginal fluids as well as preejaculate.
That fluid does feel hot, but not more than 27 degrees C. The fluid is hot becuase of the body temperature only.
4.8 fluid ounces is 142mL
When a man releases pre-ejaculatory fluid, you will see a clear slippery fluid on the head of the penis. If the man is uncircumcised, the pre-ejaculatory fluid can be seen by sliding back the foreskin to expose the head of the penis.
Yes, you can feel menstrual flow leaving your body. It's just the same as with discharge, you can feel the fluid leaving your body - menstrual flow is often heavier and warmer than discharge.
Because before a man ejaculates, he secretes pre-ejaculation fluid which he cannot feel. That fluid contains sperm. Also because not every womens cycle is always regular.
If you feel like replacing a transmission soon, sure. Otherwise, no.
1mL is 0.0338 fluid ounces. (US)
There are 63.9 fluid ounces in 2 quarts.
When a man ejaculates, sperm are released in the seminal fluid.
136 US fluid ounces.
1/4 gallon is 32 fluid ounces.
Not usually. If the penis is anatomically in normal shape the fluid will come out without noticing. However there are possible malformations that will change the way it comes out so that he can feel it.