Is pre-ejaculate fluid stronger than semen itself?

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2010-10-17 03:55:05
2010-10-17 03:55:05

It's less strong if anything. But the only reason it wouldn't be as strong is because there are less sperm in there. Not because it isn't as "potent." It is just as easy to get pregnant with pre-ejaculate than regular ejaculate.

AnswerPre ejaculate is the clear fluid on top of his penis when he is excited. It may contain sperm, so always use caution. It does not shoot out like semen does, it seeps out. It's similar in a way to your vaginal wetness.
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