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Does a pre-ejaculate contains sperm? and if so can it get a virgin girl pregnant only from rubbing their parts?

By June 15, 2016 - 6:47am
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i know it takes one sperm for fertilization of the egg , but in reality it takes more than 20 million per ml to get the job barely done right because the sperms die and some get lost , but there are myths about pregnancy from rubbing parts and only from pre-cm especially for virgins girls ... could that be scientifically true ...

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Hello ismaben,

Welcome to the EmpowHER community. I am glad you reached out to us for information .

Pre-ejaculate is the liquid that leaks out of the penis during sexual arousal but before ejaculation. Pre-ejaculate is not semen and does not contain sperm. But, it can pick up sperm remaining in his urethra from a previous ejaculation. Generally, sperm can live up to 7 days in the reproductive tract. Sperm is highly sensitive to temperature and moisture, and will eventually die outside the body. However, on average, each ejaculation contains about 300 million sperm.

Unprotected vaginal intercourse is the most likely way to get pregnant. You can get pregnant if you engage in body rubbing with your clothes off. Sperm can come in contact with the vulva or vagina. Any type of sex play where semen comes in contact with the vulva can possibly lead to pregnancy. Although the chances are low, sperm can travel through the moisture on the vulva and into the vagina.

To learn more, please take a look at this slideshow.

Am I Pregnant? Myths and Facts About Sex

I hope this information helps you better understand how a girl can get pregnant.


June 15, 2016 - 8:50am
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