ohitscassidy answered Saturday August 23 2008, 9:23 pm: it can only be likely if the guy has masturbated earlier that day, and if he has urinated after then its less likely also.. precum is just the bodys way of getting rid of anything in the shaft before ejaculation witch is mostly urine and if the guy has masturbated recently, then sperm .. chances are low but its still possible [ ohitscassidy's advice column | Ask ohitscassidy A Question ]
orphans answered Friday August 22 2008, 1:43 am: Its likely. Not as likely of course as full on when he busts, but you can certainly still get pregnant. And you dont really know its there, because its only a little amount but it happens at any point. Like a guy can precum since right after his hardon up to his ejac. [ orphans's advice column | Ask orphans A Question ]
Comrade answered Thursday August 21 2008, 4:33 pm: It's less likely, but still possible. Statistics vary on the subject, but I would say it's about 30%ish as likely as normal, although I've heard figures up to 70%. [ Comrade's advice column | Ask Comrade A Question ]
familyfirst answered Thursday August 21 2008, 4:22 pm: Precum or preejaculation is a natural cleansing process. Urine and sperm travel down the same path to leave the man's body. Urine is lethal to sperm. Therefore, preejaculation is a sperm filled liquid that rinses the urine out preparing for the main ejaculation that follows.
Given that preejaculation does contain sperm, you can get pregnant from it. Getting pregnant is kind of tricky... I have noticed that when a girl does NOT WANT to get pregnant, it seems to happen quite easily. When a girl WANTS to have a baby... it often takes several years and doctor's interventions to help. Just use precaution regardless. The "pull out" method and other methods are not very reliable. [ familyfirst's advice column | Ask familyfirst A Question ]
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