Is there Sperm in Precum?
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replied June 2nd, 2011
Hello,

Precum is a clear lubricating fluid that is released from a man's penis when he is aroused and this is basically released from the Cowper's glands.

Pre-ejaculate does not usually contain sperm unless there has been a previous ejaculation even 24 hours prior. Basically preum itself does not contain sperms but it may pick up the sperms which have been retained in the penis after a previous ejaculation. Although urination removes most of the sperms left behind after ejaculation but it does not remove all such sperms. Some may remain viable for upto 5 days under ideal circumstances in the body and then may get mixed up with precum.

Hope it answers your query. Wishing you good health. Take care and regards.
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replied November 2nd, 2011
if i urinate a lot does the sperm stays?
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