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During sexual activity, the penis produces a lubricating liquid called pre-ejaculate before climax. If you have unprotected sex, pre-cum can cause pregnancy even if your partner doesn't ejaculate inside of you, says Ross.

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Pre-cum and semen both exit the body via a tube in the penis known as the urethra. If any sperm cells from a ejaculation remain in the urethra, they can get picked up by the pre-cum as it passes through the urethra. Pre-cum rarely contains sperm and even when it does, it doesn't contain nearly as much semen as sperm does where semen contains millions of sperm, pre-cum contains only a few thousand. The study notes that some people are more likely to have sperm in their pre-cum than others, because some participants' had sperm in all their pre-cum samples whereas some didn't have sperm in any of their samples.

Researchers have not been able Pre cum stories pinpoint why some people have sperm in their pre-cum and others don't. Pre-cum can definitely cause pregnancy if you have unprotected sex around the time of ovulation even if your partner pulls out before they climax, says Ross. In fact, you can even be at risk if you have had unprotected sex in the week leading up to ovulation, because sperm can survive in your reproductive tract for up to five days.

That's mainly why pulling out, also known as the withdrawal method, isn't a fail-safe method of pregnancy prevention.

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It's also worth noting that contact with genitalia or pre-ejaculate fluid without a barrier like a condom can put you at risk for sexually transmitted infections STIs as well, even if there's no ejaculation involved. Unlike semen, it can be difficult to realize when pre-cum is released. It is also secreted involuntarilyso you or your partner cannot Pre cum stories when or how much is released. Several factors play a role in how much is produced, including age, level of arousal, and duration of sexual activity. Some people may not produce any, or just produce a few drops, whereas others may produce quite a bit, all of which are normal.

Therefore, Ross recommends using a condom during sex, to prevent the possibility of pregnancy. Putting on the condom before penetration, as soon as your partner is aroused, can help reduce the risk of STIs, like chlamydia. While the likelihood you'll get pregnant from pre-cum is lower than semen, it still poses a risk. World globe An icon of the world globe, indicating different international options. Get the Insider App. A leading-edge research firm focused on digital transformation.

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Women's Health. Primary Care. Mental Health. More Button Icon Circle with three vertical dots. Sanjana Gupta. Our stories are reviewed by medical professionals to ensure you get the most accurate and useful information about your health and wellness. For more information, visit our medical review board. Pre-ejaculate, or pre-cum, is a fluid the penis produces during sex to help with lubrication. It can contain some sperm, but has much less than semen, meaning its less likely to cause pregnancy. To avoid pregnancy and STIs, wear a condom before engaging in penetrative sex.

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