only if it leaks inside, and it doesn't matter if its a virgin or not
* Preseminal fluid is precum and does contain sperm. There is a 2% risk of becomming pregnant.
A virgin can get pregnant just as easily as someone who has has sex before. And yes, there is a chance of getting pregnant from precome.
presuming this is serious... if the preseminal fluid ("pre-cum" which is clear) comes in contact with vaginal secretions, the sperm present in the clear fluid can theoretically swim upstream and fertilize an egg.
Yes, it is very common and provides some of the natural lubrication to help with intercourse. An erection is not necessary for PreSeminal fluid or full ejaculate. Men with ED can still get enough stimulation to achieve ejaculation.
That liquid is called "preseminal fluid." Basically, your pee is slightly acidic. When you become aroused, your body starts to prepare your penis to ejaculate semen. Semen is slightly basic. The sperm in your semen dies if it contacts an acid, so your body produces a basic preseminal fluid to clear out the urethra (the tube in your penis that semen and urine both pass through), in order to allow a maximum number of sperm to survive the passage through the penis and into the woman. Keep in mind, preseminal fluid DOES contain small amounts of sperm, so you CAN get a woman pregnant by having sex without a condom, even if you pull your penis out before you cum. It only takes one sperm to get a girl pregnant.
There can be sperm present in the preseminal fluid, so there is a chance sperm could be in the vagina, and eventually enter the uterus, even if the man does not ejaculate until after he withdraws his penis from the vagina.
Sure when its the pre-ejaculatory fluid, preseminal fluid, or Cowper's fluid the clear, colorless, viscous fluid that emits from the urethra of a man's penis when he is sexually aroused. Does contain traces of semen.
no one knows they are still researching it
The fluid that comes out of the penis before sex is called preseminal fluid. It is clear and colorless and does contain sperm. It is emitted from the penis during sexual arousal.
Pre-ejaculate (also known as pre-ejaculatory fluid, preseminal fluid, or Cowper's fluid, and colloquially as pre-cum) is the clear, colorless, viscous fluid that emits from the urethra of a man's penis when he is sexually aroused
The name of the fluid outside the cell is extracellular fluid.
No you can not get a person pregnant if all one dose is rub the out side. There has to be some penatration,and fluid exchange. It's hard enough to get pregnant having intercorse
It's highly unlikely. Although there are women who have gotten pregnant from pre-cum.
It is possible but extremely unlikley, all the same its best to purchase a pregnancy test to be sure.
Yes, a girl can become pregnant without losing her virginity. If a male comes near the enterence to the vagina the come can be pulled upwards by the lubricant fluid from a woman's vagina. Although the chances of becoming pregnant from this is highly unlikely there is still a possibility.
Before the ejaculation, during the act of sex there is something called pre ejaculation fluid coming out from penis. Actually this is for lubrication purpose and to make the sex more pleasurable. This fluid may contain some sperms and there is a chance of woman getting pregnant even the semen is released outside the vagina.
If the sticky fluid was sperm, then yes, but there is a VERY low chance you will get pregnant. If the sticky fluid was not sperm, no
Extracellular fluid is fluid located outside a cell. The average person has about 19 liters of extracellular fluid in his body.
Well, in reality if you don't use a Condom, there is a Fluid called "Pre-ejaculatory Fluid" which contents the stongest sperms, the male cant feel this, so its very possible I believe that's why they made Condoms!
The organelle that generates movement of fluid outside the cell is the cytoplasm. It usually produces a fluid which is known as cytosol.
Normal fluid outside of the cells is extracellular or interstitial fluid. Abnormal accumulations of extracellular fluid is referred to as edema.
Being a virgin has nothing to do with it. It is almost impossible to get pregnant the day before your period as you will have ovulated 13 days earlier and the egg will be long gone. In any circumstances 99.5% of the time having a period means you are not pregnant. i.e. only about 1 in 200 women have period-like bleeding during pregnancy.
Extracellular fluid is the body fluid outside the cell that is composed of blood plasma, interstitial fluid, lymph and transcellular fluid. It resides outside the cells and transports mmaterials to and from the cells
your vaginal fluid will stay there forever there is no limit. you could be a 40 or 30 year old virgin you will still have your fluids.
I am not pregnant and i am not on birth control pill and have clear fluid coming from my nipple what can cause this symptom?