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What are the chances of getting pregnant of precum ?

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry
4 doctors agree

In brief: Significant

recent studies have showed low levels of sperm (and sometimes no sperm) in pre-ejaculate.
One study showed that there are some individuals with a high sperm count in pre-ejaculate.

In brief: Significant

recent studies have showed low levels of sperm (and sometimes no sperm) in pre-ejaculate.
One study showed that there are some individuals with a high sperm count in pre-ejaculate.
Dr. Heidi Fowler
Dr. Heidi Fowler
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2 doctors agree

In brief: Low, very low unless

You happen to be the one in a gazillion who gets pregnant and then, you're going to think the guy who came up with the statistic is the worst probabilist on the planet.
Be a lot easier on your psyche if you just make him use a condom. No such thing as a guy who promises to pull out IN TIME! Not one exists in the universe!

In brief: Low, very low unless

You happen to be the one in a gazillion who gets pregnant and then, you're going to think the guy who came up with the statistic is the worst probabilist on the planet.
Be a lot easier on your psyche if you just make him use a condom. No such thing as a guy who promises to pull out IN TIME! Not one exists in the universe!
Dr. Dariush Saghafi
Dr. Dariush Saghafi
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1 doctor agrees

In brief: Rare, but possible.

Results of research on whether precum contains sperm is somewhat sparse and mixed.
General consensus is: 1) in most, but not all, men, precum contains no sperm; 2) precum most likely to contain sperm if there has been a recent previous ejaculation and no urination to "flush out" residual sperm/semen in the urethra; and 3) when sperm present, it is in low concentration making pregnancy unlikely.

In brief: Rare, but possible.

Results of research on whether precum contains sperm is somewhat sparse and mixed.
General consensus is: 1) in most, but not all, men, precum contains no sperm; 2) precum most likely to contain sperm if there has been a recent previous ejaculation and no urination to "flush out" residual sperm/semen in the urethra; and 3) when sperm present, it is in low concentration making pregnancy unlikely.
Dr. Gregory Lewis
Dr. Gregory Lewis
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