If you have preejaculate, yes you can still have semen, but that may not always the case
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.
Yes, HIV can be transmitted by vaginal lubrication/vaginal fluids as well as preejaculate.
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.
most likely, no, you probably didn't ovulate until 2 weeks after your period. Plus he would atleast need to preejaculate anyway.
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.
YES. The preejaculate fluid may contain enough sperms to cause pregnancy. And PLEASE keep the packs of condoms with you for your guy to be used, who may give you many more sexually transmitted diseases apart from HIV.
While unlikely, this is possible. You might not get all the sperm cells off, and you might release more. Even if you don't ejaculate again, you might still release some fluids (preejaculate).
Yes, the length of time the penis was inserted has no bearing on pregnancy. The only thing that matters is if ejaculate or preejaculate enters the vagina of a woman of childbearing age. Sperm cells don't have a "5 second rule" or anything like that.
No, it is not possible for a 14 year old to get pregnant if you ejaculate in her mouth. Pregnancy must be through vaginal sex. Do keep in mind that any sex act with minors, including oral sex, is illegal.
It only takes one sperm to fertilize one egg (even though it often requires tens of millions to create the environment suitable for that one to swim to the egg) That one sperm (or hundreds along with it) could have crept out in the preejaculate serum and thus a male orgasm is not required.
Yes she can. It's not very common for women to become pregnant while on their period but it is possible. The withdrawal method is not very reliable if you are not trying to get pregnant. A woman can still get pregnant from a mans preejaculate which would be at the tip of the mans penis before he ejaculates. So yes you can get pregnant that way too
Not if you are not afraid of pregnancy. The only reason someone would want to pull out early would be if they were counting on that as birth control, though that is not a very effective strategy. Preejaculate can often get a woman pregnant, even if the guy doesn't reach orgasm during sex. Now, if you are wearing a condom and/or she is on the pill, then it is no more dangerous to leave it in as it would be to pull out early.
please do not play around with sex,trust me even the littlest bit can get you pregnant.my mom knows this cause she used to be a nurse.ive also had accidents and now i have a baby boy on the way.but if you should ever become pregnant i wanna encourage you to keep it cause no baby is a mistake.that will be one person who will love you no matter what,so please keep it,im keeping mine and cant wait til the day i can hold him in my arms.hes gonna be mommas little boy!im only 18 but hes so worth it.
First off sperm cells are stored in the epididemis, where they mature. Once it's time to ejaculate, sperm cells go from this storage sack in the back end of the testes and begin to travel through the vas deferens. First gland that the cells come across is the seminal vesicle. This gland provides the little soldiers with the carbohydrates, proteins, and other energy sources they'll need when traveling through the vagina. The second gland they'll encounter is the prostate gland. This one equips the cells with an acid combating secretion that'll ensure that all the sperm cells aren't killed off when they reach they're target. Once the cells have passed through the prostate, they switch over to the urethra, which is a direct duct to the outside of the penis. But before these puppies make it out they get a little help from the bulbourethral gland whose secretion (known as preejaculate) provides the urethra with the proper lubrication. Now all things have been taken care of, time for the boys to go out and play...