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Precm - Should I be worried about pregnancy?

By May 25, 2016 - 8:43am
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Hello, it's me again. I'm so sorry for taking away your time. But I had a doubt.
Could possible precm on fingers when he touched my genitals cause pregnancy? I'm not sure if it was wet with precm, because my boyfriend says by the time he pushed my clothes up and pulled it down, the little wetness must've gone and stuff, like it must have been dry? But idk, I'm little scared.
But if his precious ejaculation was about a week ago, there won't be sperms in the precm?

I'm sorry again, but I'm just tensed. Thank you so much, you all are great help!

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Hello Sarasu,

The pre-ejaculate fluid itself does not contain sperm.

It is produced by something called the Cowper gland and it's purpose is to flush out the penis before ejaculation.

However as the purpose of this fluid is to flush out the penis it will bring any sperm left in the penis from the last ejaculation to the tip of the penis. If this happens that small amount of sperm could cause a pregnancy.

If the man has urinated since his last ejaculation the urine would have flushed out and killed any left over sperm in the penis which means in this case a pregnancy wouldn't happen.

So, if his last ejaculation was one week again, no sperm in preejaculate fluid. If any semen remained on his fingers, but dried, no living sperm.

Do this resolve your doubts?

May 25, 2016 - 9:15am
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