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how soon after a man pre cums does he cum

Question Posted Monday July 2 2007, 7:08 pm

how long after a guy pre cums does he actually ejaculate? because i had unprotected sex with my boyfriend and i know he didnt ejaculate in me because he pulled out and jacked himself off for like 20 seconds before he actually came so im just kinda worried about pre cum.

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leLovely answered Tuesday July 3 2007, 12:41 am:
Pulling out doesn't do anything whatsoever. You can get pregnant from precum just as easily as regular ejaculation. Pulling out is not an effective way of contraception. You have a chance of being pregnant, just as high as if he finished in you. Use protection!


Haha, shit sorry. I didn't even realize it. Oops. :[

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khadiya answered Monday July 2 2007, 10:32 pm:
Umm precum gets you pregnant too.
Trust me I know. My boyfriend pulled out and guess what I have a two year old now.

And it just depends on the guy. A guy can precum way before its time for them to ejaculate. Precum is what flushes out the leftover urine and sperm that is at the inside tip of the penis.

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xXxPuNki-PiXiExXx answered Monday July 2 2007, 10:11 pm:
There's not actually a particular time after he pre-cums when he ejaculates it's pretty much whenever he's reached the maximum pleasure and stimulation he can take that he climaxes. Pre cum doesn't DO anything, so don't worry. But i am worried about your age. I mean your 15 and havign unprotected sex. One, there could be the possibility that one of you could have inherited an STD or disease and you've just left yourself vulnerable to catching it. And two, you are still young. I don't mean to sound like a parent but it's safer to wait till your atleast over 16 to start having sex, but it's your choice. Be careful. Love xXxPuNki-PiXiExXx

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partychick101 answered Monday July 2 2007, 10:09 pm:
I'm not completely sure. It probably varies between different guys. But Im sorry to say you can still get pregnant from pre cum. So you might wanna get a morning after pill or something. Good luck.

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