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18/12/17 - contact with pre-ejaculation

18/12/17 - Male, 18 :

I pre-ejaculated and touched the penis from my finger but clean the fluid from my finger with clothes, also rubbed so much time my finger from cloth,and enter the finger in girl vagina.

Ali says -

You donít actually ask me a question but I would assume you are worried that you have put yourself at risk of pregnancy or a sexually transmitted infection.† To prevent pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (known as STIs) you must always use effective contraception.

Pre-cum or pre-ejaculatory fluid to call it by it's correct name is a clear fluid that appears on the tip of the penis when a man has an erection and is sufficiently sexually excited.† It is a common misconception that this fluid is semen that has leaked out before the main ejaculation. This is incorrect because this fluid is produced by something called the Cowper gland and it's purpose is to flush out the penis before ejaculation.

So can you get pregnant from pre-ejaculatory fluid (pre-cum)?† Well...... as this fluid does not contain sperm it can't by itself cause a pregnancy.† However as the purpose of this fluid is to flush out the penis it will bring any sperm left in the penis from the last ejaculation to the tip of the penis. If this happens that small amount of sperm could cause a pregnancy.

If the man has urinated since his last ejaculation the urine would have flushed out and killed any left-over sperm in the penis which means in this case a pregnancy wouldn't happen.

The Safest thing is to assume that an erect penis is always capable of causing a pregnancy even before an ejaculation so cover it with a condom before it comes in contact with the vagina.

Sexually Transmitted Infections can be transmitted by Sexual Intercourse and other forms of sexual activity. Some STIs can also be passed on simply by touching the infected area on another person then touching yourself.

I would advise you to seek emergency contraception advice and support to manage the risk you have taken as there is a chance you could be pregnant or have caught an STI.† Seeking support from a sexual health professional will help you to explore the best form of contraception for you and your partner.† With the right help you will be confident to can keep yourself safe in the future.† Remember if you feel mature enough to have a sexual relationship it is important you are able to make informed decisions and manage any associated risks.

If you go to the iCash website it will advise you of your nearest sexual health clinic.† You should do this ASAP as the morning after pill (medication that can prevent an unwanted pregnancy after unprotected sex) needs to be taken within 72 hours.† Alternatively you can go to your GP for the morning after pill and advice about the risk of STIís and future contraception.† As you are based in Cambridgeshire you could also seek sexual health advice and support from Young People's charity Centre 33. † You can view the Centre 33 website here to see if they have a drop in near you.

Best wishes


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