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... Pre-ejaculate can, and often does, contain sperm; therefore, it carries with it a certain risk of pregnancy. Odds are slim that you are pregnant, but there still is a possibility. It also depends on where at in your cycle you were at the time of intercourse. My suggestion would be not to worry about it, because that will disrupt your cycle even if you are not pregnant. ... (2 replies)
... ejaculatory fluid you generally can not feel it being released. What I suspect you released was the beginning of your ejaculation. ... (14 replies)
... it, because freaky things can happen... But really, I still think the odds are way low. Sorry this really isn't much help. Only way to tell is to have her take a pregnancy test. ... (5 replies)

... I have never heard of this, it sounds like an urban myth if you ask me. But for the sake of argument, even if it cut your sperm count in half, that still leaves millions of the guys to get the job done. I would not count on that rumor for a second. As for your situation (now I get it), getting pregnant from pre-ejaculatory fluid alone (no semen from previous ejaculation) is... (14 replies)
... Unless there was semen on your penis or you released a bit of pre-ejaculatory fluid...there isn't really any chance of her being pregnant. But always be prepared for next condom, no insert penis :nono: (6 replies)
Mar 5, 2005
... ejaculatory fluid as it is correctly called is a clear, slippery fluid some men release when they are sexually aroused either through masturbation or during foreplay leading up to intercourse. ... (2 replies)
... I too agree that there is no way she could be feeling symptoms of pregnancy this early. ... (5 replies)
... ejaculatory fluid or the release of semen are two very different processes and CANNOT happen at the same time... ... (4 replies)
... ejaculatory fluid from their penis before sticking it in. ... (13 replies)
... ejaculatory fluid during a period of excitement. ... (10 replies)
... This method, called the withdrawal method, AKA pulling out, AKA coitus interruptus, is a totally ineffective method of pregnancy prevention. ... (10 replies)
Pulling out
Jul 12, 2003
... ejaculatory fluid can contain sperm which can lead to pregnancy. Also, it is difficult for many men to know just when ejaculation will occur. ... (3 replies)
Where do i start?
Apr 21, 2003
... then those are the possible pregnancy days. Women occasionally ovulate more than once a month so this method of "deciding" whether she could be pregnant or not isn't always reliable. ... (14 replies)
Why loose?
Jul 8, 2003
... ejaculatory fluid. That fluid can contain sperm. If you were to get sperm on your fingers and then enter your girlfriend's vagina it is possible to for your girlfriend to become pregnant. ... (6 replies)
... ThreePegs - What everyone has said above is very very true and you really dont want to rush into anything hun. Sex is a major step and it can be painful, not just physically but emotionally to. (Your understand what I mean if you ever have a pregnancy scare and I hope you dont) Yes you can still become pregnant while you are on the pill but the chances of this happening are... (6 replies)
Help, please? :-)
Nov 18, 2013
... ejaculatory fluid. And you say you have heard that pregnancy can occur from this. ... (7 replies)
... i also found this as well Ali says - You can still get pregnant during your period but if he didn't ejaculate inside you it just depends if he had any sperm left in is penis from the last time he ejaculated. If this was the case it could have been carried to the opening of his penis by pre-ejaculatory fluid (pre-cum). Sperm would not have been present if he had urinated... (4 replies)
... out" method is NOT the best way to prevent pregnancy at all. Guys may say they have control to get out before things are done but in some cases we simply don't have that ability. ... (4 replies)
Can I be pregnant?
Dec 11, 2011
... Hi there, Sorry if this reply might be a little late, as it's been a month since you posted. I hope things are okay for you There are many reasons why a period might be late, or delayed, none of which are immediate health concerns. The fact that you are stressed out about this might well be a reason why you're not seeing anything. I don't mean to judge or to... (1 replies)
... ejaculatory fluid as sperm in it. So better safe than sorry... ... (2 replies)

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