Could be preejaculatory fluid...ask a doctor.
The suggestion that seminal fluid might travel through the water is practically impossible, even more so at elevated temperatures (which would rapidly deteriorate any sperm). Preejaculatory fluid will usually only contain minute amounts of sperm. However, anytime an uncovered penis is in proximity to the vagina of a female (especially an uncovered one), there is the potential for sperm to reach the vaginal lining. Underwater sex is no safer than anywhere else. But any significant chance would require direct contact between the male and female genitals, because of the deteriorating affect of heated water.
Generally preejaculatory fluid does NOT contain sperm. The precum serves as a natural lubricant. It also has a natural alkiline reducer. The vaginal canal is a highly acidic enviroment, and sperm can not survive in such an enviroment. So it works to pave the way for the semen, so to speak. However if a man would ejaculate then have intercourse again without urinating, some semen would be left and WOULD come out with the precum.
Quite highAnswer 2If a full ejaculation occured INSIDE the vagina, then there is a definite risk.Ejaculating outside drasticly decreases that chance, altough people will bash your skull in by claiming it is equaly dangerous because of "precum" or preejaculatory fluid. Still, less sperm mean less chances (any protection is better than no protection).Still, I recommend condoms because of STD risk's involved in sex.
in the male reproductive system there is a part called the cowpers gland that secretes a precum (or preejaculatory fluid) that DOES CONTAIN SPERM so there is a good chance you can still become pregnant. men cannot control this like they control their regular ejaculation so there is no way for them to prolong or stop this. another reason why withdraw does not work. sorry ladies, use condoms for any p-v action.
Automatic transmission fluid is the proper fluid.Automatic transmission fluid is the proper fluid.
synovial fluidSynovial fluidSynovial fluid.
Fluid in the womb is called as amniotic fluid. The fetus floats in the fluid and this fluid has protective function.
It uses brake fluid in the brake fluid reservoir. The clutch fluid (brake fluid) is fed by the brake fluid reservoir. The clutch fluid reservoir is just beneath the brake fluid reservoir. So, add fluid to the brake fluid reservoir to fill the clutch fluid, also.
Depends on which fluid you are referring to: * transmission fluid * engine oil fluid * engine coolant fluid * brake fluid * power steering fluid * window washer fluid A little more specificity please!
it depends on the fluid - more specifically, the density of the fluid.
a substance that is both fluid and a non fluid is non
ummm fluid is wet and non fluid is dry
A= actually its fluid pressure and fluid pressure is any kind of fluid(gas,liquid,air,are all fluid. Fluid Pressure is any fluid that is exerted on the surface, to calculate fluid pressure divide the force by the area over which it is applied.
Drain the mixed fluid and pour the brake fluid into the brake fluid deposit.
Fluid in the spaces between cells
A fluid is a liquid. Oil is a fluid.
The barrier that separates the interstitial fluid from the intracellular fluid is the plasma membrane. The interstitial fluid is a major component of the extracellular fluid.
Gingival fluid is fluid containing plasma proteins. When there is gingival inflammation more gingival fluid is produced. Gingival fluid is sometimes also called crevicular fluid.
Interstitial fluid also called extracellular fluid.
A fluid is NOT a solid. A fluid is a type of matter that flows. A fluid is liquid and gases.
As the speed of a fluid increases, the pressure within the fluid decreases.
1 US fluid ounce is 8 fluid drams.
It is Mitsubishi's transmission fluid.It is Mitsubishi's transmission fluid.
All the body fluid which is found outside the cells is called extracellular fluid (ECF) or tissue fluid. In animals its major portion consists of blood plasma and interstitial fluid, with little amount of transcellular fluid (e.g cerebrospinal fluid and joint fluid).