If the guy ejaculates during intercourse, before wearing a condom & you are not on your period, then you can conceive.
Due to the inherent motility of sperm, any ejaculate that lands in the vagina can cause pregnancy. There may still be some sperm cells released during intercourse.
yes Not during sex; only the results afterward.
No. If it hurts during intercourse you need to use more lubricant. If you don´t know if you´re pregnant, you need to take a home pregnancy test.
If he ejaculates during orgasm he is physically mature enough to get a girl pregnant.
Yes. Especially if the guy ejaculates. Or if it's unprotected sex. There is also a slight chance of getting pregnant from pre-ejaculate.
Not to be too crude - but you can sometimes feel it. Chances are if he's done and hasn't pulled out - he ejaculated into you.
Yes, precum may come out during intercourse. Precum acts as a natural lubricant during intercourse. Though you don't have to be engaging in intercourse to eject precum. If a guy becomes aroused he may emit precum.
When a guy does not use a condom during sexual intercourse.
No!! It only takes one sperm to fertilise an egg thus creating a life. During intercourse sperm is released from the guy, and so it is possible to get pregnant from any part of unprotected intercourse, and not just from the end when the guy ejaculates. This is why silly techniques such as 'the withdrawal method' or 'pulling out before he comes' are NOT in any shape or form, ever a means of contraception! Infact, there are actual recorded cases of girls getting pregnant just from foreplay! One such case which my doctor told me about was a girl who had foreplay with a guy, only foreplay and no intercourse whatsoever, and became pregnant as the guy had some of his semen on his fingers from the foreplay, and when he pleasured the girl with his hands, a sperm from the semen on his fingers managed to find its way to the egg and fertilise it!! And so in no way does a guy have to fully ejaculate to impregnate a woman, which is why safe sex and condoms are a total necessity and infact the ONLY way to prevent conception during intercourse.......
it depends on the indivisual man.
The amount of time you last during intercourse has nothing to do with your gender. While its more common for men to last a shorter time, woman can be the same way. It usually takes more time for women during vaginal intercourse because it is harder to locate our ultimate "pleasure spot." So if your guy lasts awhile. Be thankful!
Yes, there is a chance you can become pregnant. No form of protection is 100% effective in preventing pregnancy.
This mostly happens when its a guys first time having sex and he gets to excited when he goes in
It comes out when you go to the bathroom.
During intercourse, it's when the guy "thrusts" his penis inside you, usually when you climax.
Let her know that a little bleeding is normal because the hymen has been torn during intercourse.
It basically means that he does not know how to have sexual intercourse and he doesnt feel right when he is in the act of doing it. He is confused and not sure how to approach in sexual activity nor to act during this activity (he dont know how to have sex )
The same thing that happens with a regular guy. Nothing much. If you fantasize about she-males, face up to the fact, get a guy and do what you want to do.
If the guy orgasms he ejaculates so that is not hard to see but for the girl the behavior varies so unless you know each other really well, ask.