That varies from person to person and theres many guys that does not pre-cum ( I believe) at all. And also how much and the amount varies.
Varies with the person, about as soon as he gets an erection or even as he is getting one. It is there to lubricate during sex so it has to start before the sex does. Not everyone produces it and in different amounts. It will vary with one person depending on how stimulated they are each particular time.
If you have preejaculate, yes you can still have semen, but that may not always the case
HPV in males last as long as it does in females. It may be as long as 2 years or more.
For some males, it can take seconds. For others, it may take a minute or two.
the long jump
how long does it take for a males sperm to built back up in his testical sack? 2months
Yes. Preejaculate and ejaculate differ a little bit.
Yes. There is also preejaculate and other fluids.
Preejaculate is normal and should not be curbed. It is like watering of mouth.
Females are sexually mature in one year while males take two years.
the males sperm and yes as long as you have had your period
two years till the males will have their full display feathers
Yes, HIV can be transmitted by vaginal lubrication/vaginal fluids as well as preejaculate.
1 to 1 and a half years for males. 3 to 4 years for females.
No, dwarf males can be to aggressive at times. Safer to not take that chance.
for males about 1m
Once they're done with puberty, about 4-7 years. Only males grow them, normally.
males are about 77" long and females are about 67" long.
No, female athletes take fewer fiber then males. Femalestake only a few hundred when males take a few thousand.
Males will grow to be at least 30cm long.
Because voting was strictly for wealthy, white, property-owning males.
Both males and females can take doxycycline for chlamydia. Talk to your health care provider to find out if it's safe for you to take given your medical history.
Whale males don't stay close. They take off after mating.