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Precum – Simple, Safe Birth-Control Freedom?


For women who have already completed their families, will the withdrawal method mean an end to worries about unwanted pregnancies? What about precum – that clear liquid at the tip of the penis brought about by sexual arousal? It doesn’t contain sperm itself but there’s a good chance that you can get pregnant from pre-cum.
What is this so-called Pre-cum?
Call it pre-cum, pre-ejaculatory or Cowper's fluid – it’s a clear fluid which comes from the urethra of the penis during sexual arousal. The cowpers gland produces pre-cum, and while the gland doesn’t produce any sperm itself, the pre-ejaculate it produces can pick up sperm left over inside the urethra. If this is discharged from the tip of the penis, the active sperm can be passed to the woman and a pregnancy can occur. We know that precum is also a lubricant which helps with penetration and which is also released to neutralize the acidic properties of the urethra. This is what helps the sperm survive inside the woman’s body. The answer to the question can precum get you pregnant is therefore a resounding yes it can -if the woman is in her fertile time. Sperm can enter the vagina even if the man pulls out before ejaculation. Because it flows through the same opening that cum does, leftover sperm can be found in the urethra and it travels with the semen, fertilizing the egg and causing pregnancy. If the man urinates after his last ejaculation the urine flushes out left-over sperm in the penis and this is when a pregnancy won’t happen.
Can Pregnancy Happen without Penetration?
This is a common question asked by youngsters indulging in sex for the first time. It is unlikely, yes, but if ejaculation happens near the vagina, then sperm and the ejaculate can in fact enter the vagina, so that pregnancy can occur. If semen comes into contact with the vaginal canal, fertilization and conception can occur even in the absence of total penetration. Do research and you’ll see that there are a number of published reports showing that pre-ejaculatory fluid can contain enough sperm to get a woman pregnant. The withdrawal method or coitus interruptus is therefore not to be trusted and can certainly lead to pregnancy.
Some amazing facts about sperm -
●each ejaculation has about 250 million sperm cells
●there are about 5 million active sperm inside the body
●it takes just 1 sperm to fertilize an egg and cause pregnancy
Use a Condom – for Safety’s Sake
Anyone indulging in sex without a condom needs to be aware that sex without a condom can lead to the possibility of picking up a sexually transmitted disease. Using a condom protects you from pregnancy and it protects you against STIs. The withdrawal method isn’t recommended for instance if you’re having unprotected sex with other partners. This is worth noting as studies show that HIV is actually present in most precum samples. An unwanted pregnancy can cause untold unhappiness. Remember you can become pregnant even during menstruation. There are so many answers that need to be answered surrounding precum, and Check Pregnancy answers all your precum and pregnancy queries fully. If you are sexually active and you don’t want to become pregnant, use a condom and enjoy the feeling of relief brought about by freedom from anxiety about an unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted disease.

References:
1. Borreli. L. MedicalDaily. Pregnancy And Sex: Can You Get Pregnant From 'Precum'?. Available at http://www.medicaldaily.com/pulse/pregnancy-and-sex-can-you-get-pregnant-precum-364266

2. Killick, S & Others. NCBI. Sperm content of pre-ejaculatory fluid. Available at https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3564677/

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