Cum is not the medical term. Ejaculation or preejaculatory are ones more aplicable. Just before ejaculation occures, a gland known as Bulbourethal or Cowper's Gland secrets it's contents. This fluid neutralizes any traces of waist left in the urinary tract. Factors such as duration of forplay, individual physical makeup, and prior sexual activity have an influence on the possibility of sperm leaking into or remaining in the urinary tract. Only one sperm cell is required to fertelize one egg so it is very possible for pregnancy to occure. Sorry I can't express that in percentage. I would advise that potential parents prepare for that possibility and then enjoy their sex without sitting on neadles and pins about it. Get married, hint hint!
Hello. It is a very controversial issue whether pre-ejaculation can get a woman pregnant or not. If you did not ejaculate before the intercourse it is possible that she did not fall pregnnat. Also she needs to be ovulating otherwise the conditions inside the vaginal canal are HOSTILE, so the sperm CANNOT find their to the cervix and the fallopian tube since they get destroyed before they can possible reach them.
I would not worry, unless a huge amount of sperm could get into her vagina. Relax, and enjoy sex with some form of contraception. However, DO Keep in mind that sex MAY result in pregnancy any time ! All the best!
* Preseminal fluid is precum and does contain sperm. There is a 2% risk of becomming pregnant.
Very slim, dont worry
Pretty high chance. Sperm is in the fluid and will go through thin fabric to reach its goal.
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 any STD from pre-ejaculatory fluid as you can from ejaculatory fluid.
If there was no penetration, you most likely aren't pregnant. Precum even lessens the chances, since it can rarley get you pregnant.
It depends. Precum itself actually has no sperm, but it depends on when the guy last ejaculated. If it was within 72 hours of contact with his precum your possibility is higher.
"Pulling out" does not work - you had unprotected sex, period. There is semen in any fluid which leaks out of the penis, even without ejaculation.
If you are sure nothing got inside No you wont get pregnant. However it sounds as if you are an acident waiting to happen. Get some condoms or something.
There may be sufficient sperm in the semen emanating from the male organ to cause pregnancy in the woman. Your chances increase for pregnancy anytime you have sexual intercourse, whether or not the man ejaculates.
There are 100 % chances of getting pregnant and fair amount of catching the sexually transmitted diseases including H.I.V. infection. Instead of 'man' a 'boy' will less likely to give you disease. As he is mostly as innocent as you are. The 'Pre-cum' fluid may have enough sperms to make you pregnant.Pregnancycan be easily terminated but not H.I.V.(A.I.D.S.) will be verydangerous.
spermicide condom is 98% sure so you still have 2% chance of getting pregnant. The seminal fluid (pre cum) has fewer sperm (but still hundreds of thousands) so chances are slim but not nonexistant!
probably not because the pre-ejaculational fluids are not completele semen so ur safe buddy
You would have to be very unlucky, penetration is usually necessary. But don't take chances. Definitely a chance. What you are calling "pre-cum" is actually the stuff that is needed to make a baby. If this gets on you and finds its way home you will get pregnant.
Yes, it is possible. The chances are slim, but it is possible. "pre-cum" can contain sperm.
Like all forms of artificial birth control, Plan B is evil, and should NEVER be taken.
During menstruation, the body flushes away the means for creating a child -- the egg and the excess uterine tissue. If seminal fluid enters the body at this stage, there is a possibility you may still become pregnant if the egg is still present and is fertilized.
Less then 10% that is if it happens ten times you wil probably get pregnant. use a condom.
Well, the common statistic for pregnancy while using a condom (excluding breaks and tears) is about 2-4%. So probably a little less than that.
seminal fluid can.
That would be just about but not totaly imposible.While getting pregnant from this would be unlikely - if there is sperm in your vagina or uterus when you ovulate, you can get pregnant.
The chance is very rare, considering you were on the last day of your cycle. However, anytime semen comes in contact with your vagina, you run the chance of becoming pregnant. Take a test or see a doctor to be sure.
Think of it this way. If a male has recently ejaculated, the semen comes out. But not all of it. If he were to have sex with a female sometime later, the "pre-cum" would contain the semen that was left behind from the previous ejaculation. The chances of getting pregnant from this is not as high as the whole ejaculation. But why take the risk?
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.