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Does precum actually contain sperm? Is it going to get you pregnant? Here's the deal, according to two reproductive experts. Pre-ejaculate aka precum can be an elusive and confusing term. But for women looking to start families or avoid getting pregnantit's important to know the facts. Fact one? While the risks are much lower due to sperm count, it is still very much possible to get pregnant from precum. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDCthe chance of conceiving from precum is actually more like 22 percent if you're using the withdrawal method.
Whether withdrawal is your main birth control method or it's a method you occasionally rely on, here's what you need to know about sperm, precum, and semen when it comes to your chances of getting pregnant. This fluid is mostly made up of mucus, proteins, and enzymes meant to balance its pH, and make a man's urethra less acidic as to give sperm a better chance of surviving in the super acidic vagina. And according to Mitchell CreininM. The precum fluid itself does not contain sperm, but sperm can leak into it as it travels down the urethra, where residuals may be present from ejaculations, and can be released with precum prior to semen.
FYI, semen contains sperm and is the ejaculate that is emitted during orgasm. One study done on sperm counts of precum in 27 men found that 41 percent of the men had sperm in their precum, 37 percent which was motile healthy sperm, while a similar study on sperm count in precum found healthy sperm in about 17 percent of men.
Basically, the withdrawal method is not iron-clad. Pulling out before the brink of orgasm does not protect you.
That means you should be putting a condom on once the penis is erect, before skin-to-skin contact. Unfortunately, there is no way to stop precum, and the amount is determined by many factors. People thought if a man urinates prior to sex, it can wash out the sperm from urethra, but this is unproven.
However, if you choose to use the pull-out method, using another birth control method—like spermicidal lube—can help reduce the risk of pregnancy, but it relies on proper use. Hsieh, "Condoms are still the most reliable way. By Emily Shiffer April 17, Save Pin FB More. Getting Pregnant View Series. Comments 1. Sort by: Newest. Newest Oldest. Load More Comments. Close this dialog window Add a comment.
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