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2016-06-03 02:19:01
2016-06-03 02:19:01

yes, if any sperm comes into contact with the vagina, you can get pregnant


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if there is any sperm left on your hand then yes you can potentially get her pregnant.

Possibly since it's a matter of semen left on penis when inserting.

You can only get pregnant if the sperm from his penis reaches the inside of your vagina. Sperm left on his penis can't make you pregnant unless he enters your vagina.

1/4 get pregnant using the pull out method because there is always pre-ejaculate. So yes, you can be. Washing the penis still means there can be semen left in the urethra or new is coming as pre-ejaculate. This is not a safe method.

The semen can leak out when you try to get it out so yes you can.

There is no "opposite" for semen. Semen is a fluid that the body creates to carry the sperm through the penis & ejaculate it out of the end of the penis. Semen is a noun, & nouns don't really have Opposites, pronouns & Verbs, yes; Adjectives, maybe , nouns not so much. A cat is not really the opposite of dog, Up is the opposite of down, left is the oposite of Right.

If you have recently ejaculated there is going to be a small amount of semen left inside your urethra and with enough squeezing (start at the base with your hand gripped tightly and slowly move up to the head) you should be able to get a small amount of the leftovers out. Try tensing your penis if you can, its the same feeling as if you stop yourself during urination.

If there is sperm or semen left in the penis or the vagina after sex it can wash out later with your urine. This is no problem at all and perfectly natural.

Has nothing to do with the drip out, and everything to do with where you're at in your menstrual cycle. There will be enough left inside to get you pregnant, if you had sex close to your fertile days.

No. A woman/girl can not get pregnant from any amount of precum. The area of the mans body that produces precum has nothing to do with the testicles that release actually sperm. The only way you could get pregnant from precum is if you have sex more then one time and he does not urinate between those times. Urinating will sterilize and clean out the inside of the penis and any sperm left in the penis will be eliminated. It's all scientific and it works.

There is always a risk when the penis is inside. Unless you want to risk pregnancy never ever be inside without a condom. Pre-ejaculate can also contain sperm and inside the urethra there can also be sperms left after the ejaculation.

Yes all it takes to get you pregnant is one sperm, that gets into your vagina and sperm are fast swimmers.

Yes. The pre-ejaculate may have some sperm cells left from a previous ejaculation.

Yes. The foreskin removed by circumcision does not completely cap off the head of the penis if left there. Just as an uncircumsized male can urinate, he can also ejaculate.

Doesn't matter. Most men have a curved penis more or less and the vagina is soft and adapts.

Think of it this way. If a male has recently ejaculated, the semen comes out. But not all of it. If he were to have sex with a female sometime later, the "pre-cum" would contain the semen that was left behind from the previous ejaculation. The chances of getting pregnant from this is not as high as the whole ejaculation. But why take the risk?

It is certainly possible. It is not quite as likely, but there is a possibility that there may still be semen left on the mans penis from the last two sexual encounters. Also, just because it will take longer for the man to ejaculate after he has had sex a couple of times in quick succession, it doesn't mean he won't ejaculate at all.

Not really. The penis goes into the vagina, and not into the urinary tract, which is where your pee comes from. The urinary tract is a very narrow channel, and it ends right at the entrance to the vagina. The penis usually is pushed much further into the vagina, and that's where the semen gets deposited. Some semen will drip out due to gravity and muscle action, but there's still more than enough left to get you pregnant if the timing is right. Urinating after sex is still a good idea though, because urinating will help flush out any bacteria that might have found their way into your urinary tract after the body contact and general rubbing that sex usually brings about.

yes he got a girl pregnant and left the show

the acidity in urine/ ammonia would probably not kill the sperm though it may move the semen out of the urethra, sperm remains live for up to and around 48 hours after it leaves the body so if there is precum or semen residue left in the urethra it can still get a woman pregnant even if there is no ejaculation

No, usually if it bends when erected, it may be something to see your GP about, but if not then your penis is normal. If your girlfriend loves you, then she shouldn't care.

same as the left, making sperm and semen

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