This is a question of 9 out of 10 women who had sex without a condom or who did not even have penetration , but had contact with sperm, or else, who do not plan to become pregnant and ended up having sex even without the famous ejaculation. But what is seminal fluid? How can he help make the pregnancy happen? Come on…
The penis is the main organ for male reproduction, because it is through it that the semen is expelled through the sexual act or manual stimulation (masturbation). The production of sperm takes place in the scrotum, which is where the testicles are located, and the semen is made up of sperm and other fluids. The semen produced is lodged in the scrotum until it is stimulated to leave, ejaculation occurring . However, to facilitate sexual intercourse, due to the man’s excitation, a lubricating liquid is produced by the body. This liquid is constituted practically 100% of proteins derived from the semen ; however, without the sperm contained in the ejaculation itself.
This liquid is a constant concern of women and men who have had sexual intercourse without condoms or contraceptives and do not want pregnancy, as there is a lot of talk about the practice of intercourse during intercourse.
This way of avoiding an unwanted pregnancy can cause many recurring concerns of the relationship without any condom, only relying on ejaculation that does not happen inside the cervical canal (vagina). Theoretically, seminal fluid alone would not get pregnant, not even just touching the penis to the vagina with this type of lubrication. That way, there would be a very high risk of pregnancy. However, there are two points to consider and clarify:
1 – The seminal fluid becomes pregnant through a mini ejaculation: Man is not always able to control himself or feel this mini ejaculation happen. These episodes are isolated, but they happen to any man due to the excitement and heat of the moment. He can release very small jets of ejaculation with sperm with the pressure of the prostate at the time of sexual intercourse without his realizing it. This liquid can actually cause pregnancy! Neither the man nor the partner would notice this mini ejaculation, since it would be imperceptible if we consider the amount of mucus that is present during sexual intercourse.
2 – There may be sperm in the penile canal moments before intercourse: as the man produces this lubrication and it comes out of the penis, it can occasionally carry the sperm remaining from the previous ejaculation to the tip of the penis and, during penetration, take up to the interior of the woman. If the previous ejaculation is short, the risk increases considerably.
Semen Fluid Not Pregnant, But It Can Cause Problems!
It is important to remember that the hand with seminal fluid would not cause pregnancy, but if it is filled with freshly ejaculated semen it is possible, even if remotely, to cause a pregnancy. We must also consider that, for pregnancy to happen, the woman must be in her fertile period. Without ongoing ovulation, it is impossible for pregnancy to happen, even with internal ejaculation. Therefore, it is important that the woman knows her cycle and her body, and to be more sure of her fertile period and ovulation in order to better plan her sexual relations, ovulation tests are an option. You can find Famivita ovulation tests here in our online store.
If you do not really want the pregnancy, then it is necessary to prevent yourself in safe ways such as condoms and contraceptives. Although the seminal fluid alone does not become pregnant, there is the possibility of diseases, such as the famous STDs . These are diseases that can be passed from one person to another in sexual contact through body fluids. As penile lubrication is a bodily secretion, even without ejaculation it can lead or bring diseases just by contact.
Be very careful: it is always worth remembering that the best consequence in an unprotected relationship is pregnancy. Condom always because who sees face, does not see heart and neither the diseases that have, ok ?!
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My name is Dr. Alexis Hart I am 38 years old, I am the mother of 3 beautiful children! Different ages, different phases 16 years, 12 years and 7 years. In love with motherhood since always, I found it difficult to make my dreams come true, and also some more after I was already a mother.
Since I imagined myself as a mother, in my thoughts everything seemed to be much easier and simpler than it really was, I expected to get pregnant as soon as I wished, but it wasn’t that simple. The first pregnancy was smooth, but my daughter’s birth was very troubled. Joana was born in 2002 with a weight of 2930kg and 45cm, from a very peaceful cesarean delivery but she had already been born with congenital pneumonia due to a broken bag not treated with antibiotics even before delivery.