Pre-cum contains small amounts of leftover sperm from a previous ejaculation, whether from a wet dream or from sex/masturbation.
Once the sperm is exposed outside of the body, it is unlikely that it can even live any much longer. Even so, you should be careful and not have any direct contact with the wet precum.
Pre-cum contains semen. Unless your hand touched your vagina, it is impossible for you to be pregnant.
it can be very likely to get pregnant...if any guys sperm touches the vagina area then she can become pregnant
No, very slim chance.
yes because the sperm can travel up your vagina i think.
Yes. Pre-ejaculate fluid is likely to contain sperm, as this came into contact with the vagina there is a possibility of the girl getting pregnant.
If seminal fluid entered the vagina, there is a possibility you may become pregnant. If it is "near" the vagina, it may be near enough to enter it.
Yes, many women get pregnant from pre-ejaculation.
seminal fluid can.
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.
Yup. @edit If this is the true story then no. Most pre-ejaculation fluid has no sperm in it. And even them sperm dies at a very fast rate in the open air.
Pre-ejaculate does contain sperm, and a woman can become pregnant at any time during her menstrual cycle.
He could become infected. There is a chance since it is a body fluid.
If there is none of either one then you can't get pregnantPrecum (cowpers fluid) is produced without sperm . there is a slim chance that it may have become contaminated with sperm from a previous ejaculation. The chance of it making you pregnant is very slim but definitely there.
You can get pregnant on any day. Take your period out of the equation. Outside of abstinence, there are no safe days to have sex without the possibility of becoming pregnant. Contrary to popular belief - although rare - it is possible to become pregnant even while on your period. If you do not wish to become pregnant, always use protection
No you won't get pregnant from this. As soon as Sperm comes into contact with air, it dies. There is no chance of pregnancy.
No. You can only get pregnant when it goes inside your vagina. It needs to swim inside. Answer Well, not necessarily. I mean, the chances may be slim, but if there is "pre-cum" around the vagina, it could contain microscopic sperm. And those sperm are mighty persistant. Anything could happen.
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
No, men cannot become pregnant unless they were a woman to begin with, had a sex change operation, but still kept their female organs, like that guy in the Phillippines. If a man was born as a hermaphrodite, with both male and female organs, he possibly could become pregnant. However, no man can become pregnant by swallowing vaginal fluid or sperm. Men don't have uteruses or ovaries to produce eggs.
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?
MOST LIKELY NO. IF THEIR WAS NO PENETRATION THEN YOUR CHANCES OF BEING PREGNANT ARE VERY SLIM. JUST TO BE SAFE YOU SHOULD STILL MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TO MAKE SURE.
No. Only sperm can make you pregnant.
While I am not a doctor, I do know pre cum is full of sperm and the risk is real. Most teenagers say I pulled out!. Well the precum was in!
It is very possible to become pregnant after your partner has had a vasectomy. It can take up to 12 months for all of the sperm to be out of the testicles and seminal fluid. Have your partner go for testing on his ejaculate to check for the presence of sperm.
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.
* Preseminal fluid is precum and does contain sperm. There is a 2% risk of becomming pregnant.