Pre-ejaculatory fluids do not contain any sperm. They are clear fluids that come from small glands inside of a man’s body. These pre-ejaculatory fluids are released into a man’s urethra when he becomes aroused and they help to lubricate the urethra.
Men cannot reliably squeeze all of their semen out of their penis. Sometimes it trickles out a few moments later. Also, there may be sperm that are further down and then, when he is inside you and gets aroused again, his pre-ejaculatory fluids may sweep up the sperm and carry it outside his body and into your vagina.
Many men feel pressure in regard to their sexual performance with a partner. As a result, one of the more common questions that we get about sex has to do with learning to last longer during sex. With experience and practice, men often find that they can increase their control over the timing of their ejaculation.
Pre-ejaculate is fluid that comes from a man’s Cowper’s glands, which are small glands inside a man’s body, by his penis. This fluid helps to lubricate a man’s urethra. In the full post, learn more about pre-ejaculate and possible pregnancy risk.
My husband and I use condoms for protection and recently we had a scare when a condom broke. I ended up not being pregnant. At first he said he was disappointed that I wasn’t pregnant, then said he was relieved since money is tight. I then did something that I can’t even explain to myself.
Lately I have noticed a dramatic reduction in the amount of semen I have. The semen is often clear and watery. When I start to get close to ejaculation, this testicle often will not cinch up in the scrotum or if it does it will make a slight “cracking” sound, like cartilage.
My question is about oral sex. One thing which is bothering me and my girlfriend is that both men’s and women’s genitals have to be cleaned first, so what are the ways and means available to clean them? And is semen harmful? Are a woman’s fluids harmful? Thanks.