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If a guy does not ejaculate inside you does that mean you are free from any chance of getting pregnant?

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Question - (28 September 2010) 8 Answers - (Newest, 28 September 2010)
A female Singapore age 30-35, anonymous writes:

Can I ask, if a guy penetrates in a girl but did not ejaculate inside the vagina. Does that means that the girl will be free from chances of getting herself pregnant?

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A female reader, Elydiese United Kingdom +, writes (28 September 2010):

No it does not

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A female reader, Tisha-1 United States + , writes (28 September 2010):

Tisha-1 agony auntWhat you are describing is called the 'withdrawal method' or the 'pull-out method.' This method of preventing pregnancy has these statistics associated with it:

"Of every 100 women whose partners use withdrawal, 4 will become pregnant each year if they always do it correctly.

"Of every 100 women whose partners use withdrawal, 27 will become pregnant each year if they don't always do it correctly."

So there is definitely a good chance of pregnancy.

This information is from:

More information about the pull-out method:

"Even if a man pulls out in time, pregnancy can still happen. Some experts believe that pre-ejaculate, or pre-cum, can pick up enough sperm left in the urethra from a previous ejaculation to cause pregnancy. If a man urinates between ejaculations before having sex again, it will help clear the urethra of sperm and may increase the effectiveness of withdrawal.

"Pregnancy is also possible if semen or pre-ejaculate is spilled on the vulva.

"Keep in mind that the withdrawal method does not protect you from sexually transmitted diseases. Use a latex condom or female condom to reduce the risk of infection."

So to answer your question, you are NOT free of any chanceo of getting pregnant. You may become pregnant.

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A female reader, Tenacious United States +, writes (28 September 2010):

Tenacious agony auntNo. Only if he is impotent.

•Pre-cum is pre-ejaculatory semen. It is the fluid that ejaculates from a man before the "Big Bang." Although it is a small amount, you should always use protection because you can still get pregnant and contract STD's from it.

•BE CAREFUL LADIES! Pre-cum may contain sperm from a previous ejaculation, so there is a chance of GETTING PREGNANT! Men don't always know it's going to happen, as they don't always feel it.

•Pre-ejaculate does not usually contain sperm unless there has been an ejaculation, even a day-old ejaculation. Urinating removes some of the sperm but not all. Part of the job of pre-ejaculate is to "wash" out the penis to ensure a safe journey for the sperm when it DOES come. Pre-ejaculate has no sperm in it itself, only sperm that has been washed away on its way out.

•Pre-ejaculate is made completely separate from semen and sperm. It does NOT contain sperm, however upon its exit of the penis it may contain sperm IF there has been sperm in the urethra from a previous ejaculation. When a man orgasms about 98% of the sperm exits his body, so that means 2% of it stays in the penis. and usually washed out upon a urination. But if there has not been a urination then the pre-ejaculate will wash out the sperm, hence the possibility of pre-ejaculate containing sperm.

•Pre-ejaculate may contain sperm. This is separate from ejaculation of course, but it is possible that it contains sperm, none the less. Just like urine will contain trace sperm also, especially early in the morning.

•One of the bigger issues with pre-ejaculate is that it can transmit HIV.

•You can definitely get pregnant from using the withdrawal method. I felt this was important to state since in one of the previous statements read that it doesn't contain sperm. Urinating for the females doesn't remove any sperm. Consult a doctor please for sex education in the meantime always use condoms, pregnancy is not the worst case scenario, HIV/AIDS is.

•Pre-cum is the fluid that can come out of a male's penis before they have reached their climax and finished. That is why wearing a condom is a lot more important that just pulling out before you are finished because if she is not on the pill, little bits of semen have a chance, but a very small one, of making their way to an egg.

*This information was gathered from

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A male reader, Kenj United Kingdom +, writes (28 September 2010):

Kenj agony auntNo, the odds may be reduced but sperm can be present in pre-cum too, this can come out at any point during arousal.

It is still possible to become pregnant from that.

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A male reader, CaringGuy United Kingdom +, writes (28 September 2010):

No, it doesn't. A man has pre-cum that comes out during sex. It has sperm in it, so you can become pregnant.

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A male reader, dirtball United States +, writes (28 September 2010):

dirtball agony auntNo, absolutely not. There is something called precum which the penis releases to help lubricate and clean the urethra. It contains sperm. It can get you pregnant.

If you are trying to avoid getting pregnant your best bet is to seek contraception for yourself, such as the birth control pill, and make him wear a condom.

Even with birth control, it is possible (however slight) to get pregnant. The only way to avoid pregnancy 100% is abstinance.

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A reader, anonymous, writes (28 September 2010):

Ejaculation is not necessary for pregnancy to happen. A girl can absolutely get pregnant from pre-cum or the pre ejaculation fluid, even if there is only precum on the outside of her vagina. Precum can come out of the penis at any time during sex or just while the man has an erection.

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A reader, anonymous, writes (28 September 2010):

Im sorry but if you dont have knowledge of that you shouldnt be having sex in the first place. Im not even gonna answer it.

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