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I'm very inexperienced in having and knowing about intercourse and everything that goes along with it. i wasn't fortunate enough to go through sexual education because my mother thought she was protecting me. As much as i love her I wish she would've let me take the class or at least teach me about it herself. Well their has been a question that i've been thinking about a while.....right before a male cums and they have a certain wetness before, is that part of the semen itself and can you get pregnant because of it? i've heard of people using the pull out method but if a male's already wet when he goes in would it still be useful? i know using some other form of contraception is better but i was kinda curious.
That's a very good question. That "wetness" is pre-ejaculatory fluid and it does contain semen. And yes, you can get pregnant from that fluid and that it one reason why "pulling out" or coitus interruptus is NOT an effective method of birth control. If you want to learn more think about buying a book or getting one from the library - there are lots of good ones.
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|September 19, 2006|