Chances Of Getting Pregnant From Precum

The chance of getting pregnant from precum is always a question of great anticipation. Many women get bewildered on this question and end up with no strong answer. At the time of having sexual pleasure, women often start getting worried about the chances of getting pregnant from precum if not using birth control methods.


Before searching for an appropriate answer for this question, it is important to know that what you mean by precum and what exactly it is. Well, precum is also called pre-ejaculate and it is a fluid that is being secreted by bulbourethral gland in the male body. The scientific term of this precum is pre-semial fluid and it is basically produced to clear or lubricate the path of ejaculation. This fluid is produced by the body at the time of sexual intercourse or when the male is very aroused and his body is getting ready to release the sperms. This fluid has alkaline nature which helps in neutralizing the remaining acidic urine in the urethra. By this process, the path of sperms gets clear and they can travel smoothly. It works as lubrication for the sperms. But the main question is that is there are any chances of getting pregnant from precum?


Chances Are Low But Protection Is Always Necessary

The answer is pretty simple that there are very mild or low chances of getting pregnant from precum. The reason behind this is that precum itself contains no sperms in it but sometimes sperms left after the first ejaculation can travel with the next precum. Yet there are very low chances but to fully avoid the chances of getting pregnant from precum, males are required to urinate properly after having an orgasm and before entering into the vagina of women. Otherwise, there are high chances of getting pregnant from precum even when the male ejaculate outside the women’s vagina. Many studies have proved that if there are sperms left in the penis, they may get travel to vagina during sexual intercourse with the precum. And this may result in fertilization of the egg and result in pregnancy. In normal circumstances, sperms can remain active for 3 to 4 days on the tip of the penis. So, it is important to urinate immediately after the orgasm.


Simultaneously, women can also avoid any chances by urinating immediately after the sexual intercourse and clean the vagina thoroughly with running water. By doing this, if any sperm gets entered into the vagina and if you are not using any birth control and don’t want to conceive right now then you have to urinate after the sexual intercourse. It will minimize the chances of getting pregnant from precum.


Other Methods

In other methods of controlling pregnancy, some common and trustable methods could be the withdrawal system during the sexual intercourse. In this method, there is a high need of a man’s ability to control. He has to pull out his penis when there is a feeling of ejaculation in his body. Though this method cannot be considered as a full proof method because mostly men are very unlikely to control themselves at the time of ejaculation and end up ejaculating in the vagina of women to get full satisfaction.


Another effective method is to adopt a rhythm method. In this method, couples have to avoid sexual intercourse at the time when the women are most fertile in their menstruation cycle. This could be more effective method to those who experience a regular menstruation cycle with themselves. But the best method to avoid pregnancy with almost full confidence is the use of condoms and birth control pills. They avoid almost all the chances of getting pregnant from precum.


In the nutshell, precum have no sperms in it but some already left sperms on penis can result in pregnancy. So, to avoid full chances of getting pregnant from precum, you need to clean the penis before entering into women’s vagina and this could be ensured by urinating before and after doing sexual intercourse. Women getting urination after the intercourse can also minimize the chances of getting pregnant from precum. But again, if you are not sure then use condoms or contraception pills to fully avoid pregnancy.