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Does pre-cum contain ANY sperm

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Does pre-cum contain ANY sperm?

Definitely!

3479.07%

Definitely not!

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Does pre-cum contain ANY sperm

I’m trying to get the facts straight here. Most doctors recommend always using a condom. That way impregnating a woman is nearly impossible. Just like abstinence eliminates the possibility of pregnancy. But that’s a load of shit. A retard could figure that out. I want to know once and for all if pre-cum contains sperm. I like sex without a condom, and I don’t want to be afraid of the repercussions if there aren’t any. Click here if you aren’t already educated on the subject, and let me know what you think. Thanks guys!


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Of course it does.

Well I know doctors, sexperts and so on tend to err on the side of caution, but I for one find it unlikely that precum contains any sperm if there has been no previous sexual contact for a while. I mean if you’ve cum about an hour ago and then start again then the precum most definitely will contain sperm, but for a “new” encounter, as it were, I would be willing to bet that there is no sperm in it. Although, perhaps if you go at it for long enough, and are still precumming, then maybe some sperm would have moved along the tubes :-k

Having said that, the reason people tend to stray on the side of caution is because they don’t want people to listen to their advice and then get pregnant from it, just like I don’t want you to get someone pregnant from what I’ve said, so I’ll say that stranger things have happened than precum containing sperm and leave it for you tomake the decisions based upon the pictures and information on the page you linked to. :p

My vote? Pre-cum does not defnitely contain sperm, but also does not definitely not contain sperm, unless there is no sperm near the cowpers glands on in the urethra that could get mixed with it. But as I say, err onthe side of caution.


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I challenge anyone to present a hint of evidence that pre-cum contains sperm. For you guys who are saying it definitely doesn’t, back that up. Thanks.


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Originally Posted by larry29
Of course it does.

Care to elaborate?


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Just ask Alice:

Dear Alice,

Recently my friends and I were having an argument about whether or not a woman could get pregnant from a man’s pre-cum… so can she or not???

Thanx 4 the help, Confused…

Dear Confused…,

Yes, a woman can, though the chances are low. Sperm could be in pre-cum, but only after a recent ejaculation, after which some sperm may be left hanging around in the urethra. “Recent” means masturbating earlier and then having sex with a woman, or during the same sexual episode of the recent ejaculation. Urinating in between ejaculations flushes the urethra of stray sperm and makes the way clear for the sperm-less pre-ejaculate fluid. If sperm remains after a prior ejaculation, then it’s possible that they can enter the vagina and make their way to meet an egg.

Alice

I’ve always heard/been told that precum CAN contain sperm, but from my understanding is intended as lubricant so it isn’t supposed to and since it isn’t actually semen, doesn’t contain the necessary ingredients required for sperm cells to survive, making pregnancy even less likely.

I think Rifor pretty much hits the nail on the head here and you should play it safe if you are worried. Although having said that I had sex without a condom many times with my ex, pulling out before I ejaculate (which is a bloody hard thing for me to do!) and never got her pregnant. I was probably just lucky…(and stupid…)

Keep it safe dude.


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Likely it does not in the _very_ early stages of sexual excitement; and very likely it does as things progress along amd mature sperm begin to move up from the epididymus and mix with the fluid from the Cowper’s glands.

Since you cannot tell when that specifically begins to happen, you’d be wise to put the condom on early whether or not you like to use them. Some of the failures of the “withdrawl method” of birth control are surely attributable to sperm being present in pre-cum.

A pregnancy is a whole lot more complicated to deal with than putting a condom on.


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avocet8

Originally Posted by gprent101
Just ask Alice..

According to Alice PE is not real.


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I understand that it’s smart to play it safe. But that isn’t the question. If you guys don’t know, that’s certainly an acceptable answer. But I’m especially looking to hear from people who feel certain one way or another and can back their claims up.


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Originally Posted by Rifor
Well I know doctors, sexperts and so on tend to err on the side of caution, but I for one find it unlikely that precum contains any sperm if there has been no previous sexual contact for a while. I mean if you’ve cum about an hour ago and then start again then the precum most definitely will contain sperm, but for a “new” encounter, as it were, I would be willing to bet that there is no sperm in it.

Good point.


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Originally Posted by thatthickunit
According to Alice PE is not real.

That dumb broad. But she came up with the right answer for precum.

Originally Posted by avocet8

Since you cannot tell when that specifically begins to happen, you’d be wise to put the condom on early whether or not you like to use them. Some of the failures of the “withdrawl method” of birth control are surely attributable to sperm being present in pre-cum.

Why do you think that the “pull out method” is the only allowable Catholic method of birthcontrol? Because it doesnt work.


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Originally Posted by 789
Why do you think that the “pull out method” is the only allowable Catholic method of birthcontrol? Because it doesnt work.

Funny.


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Originally Posted by ScottAid
I’ve always heard/been told that precum CAN contain sperm, but from my understanding is intended as lubricant so it isn’t supposed to and since it isn’t actually semen, doesn’t contain the necessary ingredients required for sperm cells to survive, making pregnancy even less likely.

Good point.


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