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Dr. Daniel Lebowitz
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Is there a difference between seminal fluid and ejaculation?

Is there a difference between seminal fluid and ejaculation?

Component of semen.: The ejaculate, or semen, is made up of sperm from the testicles & fluids from the seminal vesicles, the prostate, and the bulbourethral glands. The seminal fluid is a viscous fluid rich in fructose, making up the bulk of semen. The prostate adds a thin white fluid containing enzymes, citric acid, and lipids. The bulbourethral glands add a clear fluid. Ejaculation is the act of discharging semen. ...Read more

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I know that there is sperm in seminal fluid, but how much?

I know that there is sperm in seminal fluid, but how much?

400 million: During ejaculation about 400 million sperm are released in the man has a normal sperm count. There are about 5 million sperm in preejaculatory fluid which is why the pullout method is not advised. ...Read more

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Can a girl get pregnant with the pre seminal fluid?

Can a girl get pregnant with the pre seminal fluid?

Yep, it's possible: This is a great little summary: http://plannedparenthood.tumblr.com/post/59218535396/whats-the-average-concentration-of-sperm-in-pre-cum. But don't forget to think about STDs as well. Pre-ejaculate can be the source of HCV, HBV, HIV, Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, etc. Penile skin can be the source of HSV (herpes), syphilis, HPV (warts & cervical cancer)...bottom line: plan & know your partner very well. ...Read more

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Dr. Mary Engrav
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Can you become pregnant can you become pregnant by minute amounts of seminal fluid for only a few seconds of penetration?

Yes, : Yes, any contact with seminal fluid can result in pregnancy, even after only a few seconds of penetration. If the patient has any concern for pregnancy, they should take a test if their period is late at all, and if it is negative but the period still doesn't start then wait two days and retake the test. If it is still negative, but the patient doesn't get their period, then she should see a doctor for a blood pregnancy test. The patient should also be seen if there is any concern about sexually transmitted infection. ...Read more

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Dr. Norman Solberg
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Does sperm in seminal fluid, but few amount, from outside vagina can swim in?

Does sperm in seminal fluid, but few amount, from outside vagina can swim in?

No: Sperm can't get from outside the vagina up to the cervix and to the egg. They need to be placed inside the vagina, preferably high up near the cervix. ...Read more

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If sperm is never released from the testes, it is reabsorbed. Does a similar mechanism apply to the other seminal fluids?

If sperm is never released from the testes, it is reabsorbed. Does a similar mechanism apply to the other seminal fluids?

Sperm yes, semen no: Sperm trapped by blocked spermatic, epididymal tubes or vas deferens (latter after a vasectemy) eventually die & disintegrate. Products of disintegration are then absorbed by macrophage cells. Various components of semen produced by prostate gland, seminal vesicles & cowper's gland escape into the urethra. Theoretically blocked ejaculatory or prostatic duct/s might lead to seminal fluid absorbtion. ...Read more

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