i just wonder that i was wearing pants ,underwear and napkin but my Bf ejaculated on my breast. so we cleaned up using tissue and alcohol. but im wondering which we couldnt clean up might go down to virgina and get pregnant? pls help me..
There is no way you can get pregnant from this as long as no sperm came in contact with your vagina. Sperm can't live outside the body very long, so even if you missed cleaning some up on your chest, there is no way it could live.
Me and my bf had sex but because he did not have a comdom he said he would take it out of me when he comes and so when he was about to cum he cumed on my belly would i be pregnant pleasee help i am scared lols
nataile93, judging from your alias you're about 16 or 17. There's a possibility you could be pregnant from pre-cum. This is when some fluid comes out of the penis before actual ejaculation. This "pre-cum" is actually more potent than regular cum. This is why the pull-out method is the worst to use. I would recommend taking Plan B, which is an emergency contraceptive. But it needs to be taken within 72 hours after the intercourse to be effective. Be safe! Too many of my friends have gotten pregnant, and i'm only 18 myself.
My boyfriend and I do not engage in actual sex, but as a way of him to release, he will rub his penis against the outside of my vagina. A FEW times the tip poked through just a little. He never ejaculated when this happened, but there might have been some pre-sperm. Would I have any chance of getting pregnant? It BARELY went in. Thanks
My girlfriend and I have always used protective sex. But before we always have sex we do this thing where she get on top of me and grind on my penis to stimulate of clitoritis. But I have never inserted my penis in her without a condom. Until recently I have been doing this thing where I would insert it in her without a condom and do a couple of strokes then pull out but I am never fully in her. The other day we had sex with protection, and she grind on me as usual. Her period is due. But I am afriad it has a delay on it, or she could be pregnant or something. Can someone help me please?
me and my partner has only been intimate about 4 times the second time he pulled out but sperm had got on my butt i didnt realize until i stood p and whipped myself. I had a very very very light period and im feeling nausea in the morning and somtimes in the evening but very lightly. Is it possible that i am pregnant? or could it just be stress(becuase i am streesing over school and work)?
alexandria201 - Chances are there as the pull out method is NOT safe and having an amount of semen near your bottom migh have made its way into/on vulva/vagina ! Take a test ,follow the instructions strictly !
WOW I can tell there are no scientist here. "Pre-Cum" contains ZERO sperm and when it does 99.9% of the time they are in small clumps of a few 1000 and are generally immobile. Now 1000 may sound like a lot but lets be realistic here. Men who ejaculate less than 5 million sperm are considered to be infertile now that's sounds like even more right? Wrong! The average ejaculation contains 100 million sperm The cervical mucus of the vagina on average kills/immobilizes 90 million sperm! Only 10 million make it through on average and only 100k actually reach the fallopian tubes. Sperm are very sensitive and things like cold/heat, diet and nutrition effect their count as well as mobility. The pull out method is only flawed because the male often aims for a last second pull out and that can lead to going over that second. I know a couple who have used the pull out method for 17 years! Then finally boom he pulled out to late and they got a baby! Men usually have a hard time fessing up to their late pull outs. I have had a few scares where I thought I pulled out too late, generally once you feel your penis contracting its too late... Onto Plan B. Also something I should have said above is that pre-cum only contains sperm after a previous ejaculation as some can remain in the urethra. If the male takes time to urinate after each ejaculation all sperm will be eliminated instantly. I am a pull out master. Other fun facts are that sperm can actually live outside the body for a few hours is clumped together and can live inside the vagina for up to 1 week! If temperature conditions are correct of course. While the average ejaculations contain 100 million sperm it is not uncommon for it to be several hundred million anywhere between 50-700 million. If a male ejaculate less than 20 million he is considered sub-fertile.
bilbo, I think you are assuming quite a few things based on this study:
PIP: A study in Boston, Massachusetts, and another study in New York City examined samples of pre ejaculate fluid from HIV seropositive and HIV seronegative men to determine whether HIV was or was not present in pre ejaculate fluid. The researchers found macrophages and CD4 lymphocytes in most samples, indicating that HIV was present. The more significant finding, however, was that most pre ejaculate samples did not contain any sperm and those that did had only small clumps of a very small amount of sperm which seemed to be immobile. A larger study is needed to verify these results. If these results are confirmed, they may dispel the myth that pre ejaculate fluid contains sperm. An ongoing WHO/USAID study shows that the pregnancy rate caused by men with 3 million sperm/ml/ejaculation is very low; fertility clinics consider men with a sperm count of no more than 5 million/ml to be infertile, particularly if is there is low motility. The average ejaculation has about 100 million sperm/ml, but about 10 million sperm pass through the cervical mucus, about 1 million make it to the top of the uterine tract, and just about 100,000 sperm reach the fallopian tubes. Thus, only a couple of sperm, assuming motility, would reach the fallopian tubes in the case of the pre ejaculate samples with some sperm, which tended to be immobile (sperm levels only in the 1000s). Thus, the probability of pregnancy is very low if pre-ejaculate fluid enters the vagina. Pre-ejaculate fluid of 6 of the 9 HIV seropositive donors in Boston and 6 of the 14 HIV seropositive donors in New York contained HIV, regardless of symptom status or antiretroviral therapy status. Thus, the risk of HIV transmission may be higher than unplanned pregnancy, so people should use condoms before the penis enters the vagina, mouth, or anus.
Some of what you said is true but that is only the case if preejaculate is the only issue, not ejaculate/ semen also AND the man has not had sex recently or has urinated since then AND pregnancy is the only concern AND that anyone who uses the pull out method is conscientious enough to take all of these things into consideration. You also failed to note the finding that HIV is present in preejaculate and can be transmitted to a partner. Yes, some people can use the pull out method longterm successfully but I believe that the vast majority of people cannot. So I don't think you should be downplaying the risks of relying on the pullout method. Some of the previous posters are obviously unschooled on sexual matters and I would hate for them to think urinating before sex would make it impossible to impregnant a wopman. As you said, the last minute pull out often leads to accidents. And the pull out method does nothing to protect users from STDs and STIs. Additionally, all the people I know of who use the pull out method are teenagers and teenage males rarely have enough control to be able to manage the pull out successfully. They are also more likely to have the energy for a second round of sex before the need or thought to urinate occurs, which means some sperm will be present in their preejaculate. Even you, the "pull out master", and your friend have had scares. So what makes you think that others won't have the same problems???
We donot engage in actual sex, My gf ws having her underwear up and i ejaculated my sperms over it.
She had skipped her periods for 1 month, and she is getting healthy, but she says, she does not feel fatigued or vomits...
Is there any chances of her being pregnant?