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What is the clear fluid that comes out of a guy's penis before he cums?

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It's called pre-cum or pre-ejaculatory fluid, and it comes from the Cowper's gland inside a guy's reproductive system. It's released when a guy gets an erection. Pre-cum cleans out the inside of the urethra, which is the tube that carries semen and urine out of the penis. The fluid makes the urethra less acidic and gives the sperm a better shot at surviving the trip from the guy's testicles to the girl's fallopian tubes. Pre-cum fluid does not contain sperm. But if a guy ejaculated recently and live sperm are still inside his urethra, the pre-cum can “pick up” the leftover sperm on its way through the urethra and out of the penis. So, say a guy has sex and cums at 9 p.m. He doesn't go to the bathroom after he has sex. At 10 p.m., he gets another erection and pre-cum fluid is released. That fluid can have live sperm in it. Is it enough sperm to get a girl pregnant? It’s possible for a girl to get pregnant because it only takes one sperm, but it’s not probable. To avoid the risk of ...
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