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Is it really possible to get pregnant from pre-ejaculating? And also, why do I bleed from my vagina every time I have sexual intercourse?

Yes. Pre ejaculate has about 20 million sperm in it. In addition many men continue to make more pre ejaculate during sex, which again is why the pull out method is so lousy. Post coital (after sex) bleeding could be several things from you are already pregnant, to infection, to problem with endometrial lining. I would advise seeing your gyn to evaluate it and check a pregnancy test. Read more...
Pre-ejaculate/ bleed. Pre-ejaculate may contain large amounts of viable sperm (less common), smaller amounts of sperm that are dead or alive or no sperm. There is potential for pregnancy with pre-ejaculate. Sperm need to be deposited in vagina or at introitus for pregnancy to occur. Post - Coital bleeding is not normal and warrants medical evaluation. Read more...

Am I pregnant? I had sexual intercourse while on birthcontrol, but I was on an antibiotic and I know I can get pregnant that way. But I told my partner to pull out, but he got some seamen on the outside of my vagina. I also heard of a thing called "pre-ej

Hello. . Hello. I can not provide you with a statistical answer to your question. However, i will provide a little bit of information about pre-ejaculate. Pre-ejaculate, is a clear fluid that is released at the tip of the penis (prior to ejaculation). It contains a small concentration of sperm (less than semen). There is a possibility that pregnancy can occur with pre-ejaculate. Read more...

I'm pregnant, & whenever my husband and I have sexual intercourse my vagina burns a lot after. Why is that?

Possible infection. This is often a symptom of either a yeast infection or bacterial vaginosis. See your provider for them to do an evaluation and get you the correct treatment. Read more...

Me and my boyfriend had sexual intercourse I was on the last day of my period, we did use the withdrawal method but it was too late as he came outside my vagina, is there any chance I could be pregnant, I bleed for 4 days.

Small chance. On the 4th day of your period its less likely that you would get pregnant (but not impossible). The "withdrawal" method is fraught with peril. If you don't want to get pregnant, you should get on a more effective method. If you use this method long-term, you will eventually get pregnant. Best wishes! Read more...
Conception optimum. Women ovulate 14 days before their next menstrual period starts. In a 28 day cycle this would be day 14. Male sperm can survive for up to 5 days. If intercourse happens on day 4 of the cycle, conception is unlikely. Read more...