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Is there a risk for pregnancy if there was no contact between penis and vagina?

In order for someone to get pregnant, semen or pre-ejaculate needs to come into direct contact with the vagina. But even if someone does not ejaculate in the vagina, there is still a risk of pregnancy. If someone ejaculates on the outside of the body but still near the vagina, sperm can travel in to the vagina, putting them at risk of pregnancy.

Pre-ejaculate is something that everyone with a penis does when arousal happens. Pre ejaculate is  a clear, sticky fluid released by the penis between the beginning of arousal and ejaculation.  Some people release a small amount of pre-ejaculate; others may release quite a bit.

Although pre-ejaculate does not contain sperm when it is produced, it can pick up leftover sperm in the urethra. This means that pre-ejaculate can contain sperm when it leaves the body, creating a risk for pregnancy.  Pre-ejaculate can also transmit STIs.

The best way to reduce the risk of pregnancy is to use a form of birth control consistently and correctly. It is also important to wear a condom during all sexual contact to help reduce the risk of both pregnancy and STIs.

If you want to make an appointment with us, give us a call at 303-442-5160

Is there any chance of getting pregnant if the boy only puts his penis on the vagina and nothing goes inside?

In order for someone to get pregnant, semen needs to come into direct contact with the vagina. But even if someone does not ejaculate in the vagina, there is still a risk of pregnancy. If someone ejaculates on the outside of the body but still near the vagina, sperm can travel in to the vagina, putting them at risk of pregnancy.

If someone is having unprotected sex, but they don’t ejaculate in or near their  partner, pregnancy can still be possible as well because of something called pre-cum. Pre-cum is something that everyone with a penis does when arousal happens. Pre-cum—officially called pre-ejaculate—is a clear, sticky fluid released by the penis between the beginning of arousal and ejaculation.  Some people release a small amount of pre-ejaculate; others may release quite a bit.

Although pre-ejaculate does not contain sperm when it is produced, it can pick up leftover sperm in the urethra. This means that pre-ejaculate can contain sperm when it leaves the body, creating a risk for pregnancy.  Pre-ejaculate can also transmit STIs.

The best way to reduce the risk of pregnancy is to use forms of birth control consistently and correctly. Most forms of birth control can be up to 99% effective when used correctly. Remember, birth control does not reduce the risk of STIs, only condoms and dental dams can.

 Teen Clinic offers all different types of birth control. Call us at 303-442-5160 if you have more questions or want to make an appointment!

Does ejaculating a little on the entrance of the vagina cause a risk for pregnancy?

In order for someone to get pregnant, semen needs to come into direct contact with the vagina. But even if someone does not ejaculate in the vagina, there is still a risk of pregnancy. If someone ejaculates on the outside of the body but still near the vagina, sperm can travel in to the vagina, putting them at risk of pregnancy.

If someone is having unprotected sex, but they don’t ejaculate in or near their  partner, pregnancy can still be possible as well because of something called pre-cum. Pre-cum is something that everyone with a penis does when arousal happens. Pre-cum—officially called pre-ejaculate—is a clear, sticky fluid released by the penis between the beginning of arousal and ejaculation.  Doctors believe that pre-ejaculate helps make the urethra and the vagina less acidic, allowing sperm to survive longer.  Some people release a small amount of pre-ejaculate; others may release quite a bit.

Although pre-ejaculate does not contain sperm when it is produced, it can pick up leftover sperm in the urethra. This means that pre-ejaculate can contain sperm when it leaves the body, creating a risk for pregnancy.  Pre-ejaculate can also transmit STIs.

The best way to reduce the risk of pregnancy is to use forms of birth control consistently and correctly. Most forms of birth control can be up to 99% effective when used correctly. Remember, birth control does not reduce the risk of STIs, only condoms and dental dams can.

 Teen Clinic offers all different types of birth control. Call us at 303-442-5160 if you have more questions or want to make an appointment!

My boyfriend rubbed his penis on my vagina, but he didn’t ejaculate near my vagina….

……Is there a chance I could get pregnant? we did that after 1-2 days after my period.

Pregnancy can happen anytime sperm comes into contact with the vagina. It is also important to say pregnancy depends on ovulation- the process in which an egg is released. Ovulation can happen at any time during someone’s period, making pregnancy possible during, before,and after the period.

If someone is having unprotected sex but ejaculation did not occur in the vagina, pregnancy can still be possible because of something called pre-cum. Pre-cum—officially called pre-ejaculate—is a clear, sticky fluid released by the penis between the beginning of arousal and ejaculation.  Some people release a small amount of pre-ejaculate; others may release quite a bit, and most people may not know when pre- ejaculate is happening

Although pre-ejaculate does not contain sperm when it is produced, it can pick up leftover sperm in the urethra. This means that pre-ejaculate can contain sperm when it leaves the body, creating a risk for pregnancy.  Pre-ejaculate can also transmit STIs.

Emergency Contraception can help reduce the risk of pregnancy. Emergency Contraception works by delaying ovulation – the process when the ovaries release an egg – if ovulation has not already occurred. Emergency contraception can be taken up to five days after the most recent sexual contact and is more effective the sooner it is taken.

The only way to know if you are pregnant is to take a test at least 14 days after the most recent sexual contact. You can trust the result then.

It would also be a good idea to consider starting a form of birth control. most methods can be up to 99% effective when used correctly. Condoms can also help reduce the risk of STIs and pregnancy by 98%.

If you want to make an appointment at Teen Clinic give us a call at 303-442-5160

My boyfriend and I had sex but it was 100% unprotected because I am not on any birth control and he didn’t wear a condom……..

……. but the thing is I don’t think he like cummed or anything because I didn’t feel it.. Is there any chance I could be pregnant?

It is really important to know that pregnancy can happen whenever sperm comes into contact with the vagina. If someone is having unprotected sex, but they don’t ejaculate in or near their  partner, pregnancy can still be possible as well because of something called pre-cum (or pre-ejaculate).

Pre-cum is something that everyone with a penis does when arousal happens. Pre-cum—officially called pre-ejaculate—is a clear, sticky fluid released by the penis between the beginning of arousal and ejaculation. A person doesn’t usually know when pre-ejaculate is happening.

Although pre-ejaculate does not contain sperm when it is produced, it can pick up leftover sperm in the urethra. This means that pre-ejaculate can contain sperm when it leaves the body, creating a risk for pregnancy. Pre-ejaculate can also transmit STIs.

It would also be a good idea to think about starting a form of birth control. Most forms of birth control can be up to 99% effective in reducing the risk of pregnancy when used correctly. Condoms can also reduce the risk of STIs and pregnancy up to 98% when used correctly.

Also, the only way someone can know if they are pregnant is to take a pregnancy test at least 14 days after their most recent sexual contact. They can trust the result then.

If you want to make an appointment at Teen Clinic, or have more questions feel free to give us a call! 303-442-5160

Even if there is no ejaculation, can pregnancy occur?

In order for someone to get pregnant, semen needs to come into direct contact with the vagina. But even if someone does not ejaculate in the vagina, there is still a risk of pregnancy. If someone ejaculates on the outside of the body but still near the vagina, sperm can travel in to the vagina, putting them at risk of pregnancy.

If someone is having unprotected sex, but they don’t ejaculate in or near their  partner, pregnancy can still be possible as well because of something called pre-cum. Pre-cum is something that everyone with a penis does when arousal happens. Pre-cum—officially called pre-ejaculate—is a clear, sticky fluid released by the penis between the beginning of arousal and ejaculation.  Doctors believe that pre-ejaculate helps make the urethra and the vagina less acidic, allowing sperm to survive longer.  Some people release a small amount of pre-ejaculate; others may release quite a bit.

Although pre-ejaculate does not contain sperm when it is produced, it can pick up leftover sperm in the urethra. This means that pre-ejaculate can contain sperm when it leaves the body, creating a risk for pregnancy.  Pre-ejaculate can also transmit STIs.

The best way to reduce the risk of pregnancy is to use forms of birth control consistently and correctly. Most forms of birth control can be up to 99% effective when used correctly. Remember, birth control does not reduce the risk of STIs, only condoms and dental dams can.

 Teen Clinic offers all different types of birth control. Call us at 303-442-5160 if you have more questions or want to make an appointment!

Me and my boyfriend have sex once in a while and we never use condoms but he pulls out. What are the risk of pregnancy?

It is really important to know that pregnancy can happen whenever sperm comes into contact with the vagina. If someone is having unprotected sex, but they don’t ejaculate in or near their  partner, pregnancy can still be possible as well because of something called pre-ejaculate. Pre-ejaculate is something that everyone with a penis does when arousal happens. Pre-ejaculate is a clear, sticky fluid released by the penis between the beginning of arousal and ejaculation. A person doesn’t usually know when pre-ejaculate is happening.

Although pre-ejaculate does not contain sperm when it is produced, it can pick up leftover sperm in the urethra. This means that pre-ejaculate can contain sperm when it leaves the body, creating a risk for pregnancy.  Pre-ejaculate can also transmit STIs.

It would be a good idea for her to think about starting a form of birth control. Most forms of birth control can be up to 99% effective in reducing the risk of pregnancy when used correctly.  Condoms can also reduce the risk of STIs and pregnancy up to 98% when used correctly.

If you want to make an appointment at Teen Clinic, or have more questions feel free to give us a call! 303-442-5160

I had sex 2 days ago but I didn’t ejaculate, but her period time has passed. Could she be pregnant?

 

It is really important to know that pregnancy can happen whenever sperm comes into contact with the vagina. If someone is having unprotected sex, but they don’t ejaculate in or near their  partner, pregnancy can still be possible as well because of something called pre-cum (or pre-ejaculate). Pre-cum is something that everyone with a penis does when arousal happens. Pre-cum—officially called pre-ejaculate—is a clear, sticky fluid released by the penis between the beginning of arousal and ejaculation. A person doesn’t usually know when pre-ejaculate is happening.

Although pre-ejaculate does not contain sperm when it is produced, it can pick up leftover sperm in the urethra. This means that pre-ejaculate can contain sperm when it leaves the body, creating a risk for pregnancy.  Pre-ejaculate can also transmit STIs.

It would also be a good idea for her to think about starting a form of birth control. Most forms of birth control can be up to 99% effective in reducing the risk of pregnancy when used correctly.  Condoms can also reduce the risk of STIs and pregnancy up to 98% when used correctly.

Also, the only way someone can know if they are pregnant is to take a test at least 14 days after their most recent sexual contact. They can trust the result then.

If you want to make an appointment at Teen Clinic, or have more questions feel free to give us a call! 303-442-5160

I just had sex for the first time and we didn’t use a condom. He said he didn’t pre-cum but I think he did. So is there a chance I can get pregnant??

It is really important to know that pregnancy can happen whenever sperm comes into contact with the vagina. If someone is having unprotected sex, but they don’t ejaculate in or near their  partner, pregnancy can still be possible as well because of something called pre-cum (or pre-ejaculate). Pre-cum is something that everyone with a penis does when arousal happens. Pre-cum—officially called pre-ejaculate—is a clear, sticky fluid released by the penis between the beginning of arousal and ejaculation. A person doesn’t usually know when pre-ejaculate is happening.

Although pre-ejaculate does not contain sperm when it is produced, it can pick up leftover sperm in the urethra. This means that pre-ejaculate can contain sperm when it leaves the body, creating a risk for pregnancy.  Pre-ejaculate can also transmit STIs.

It would also be a good idea to think about starting a form of birth control. Most forms of birth control can be up to 99% effective in reducing the risk of pregnancy when used correctly.  Condoms can also reduce the risk of STIs and pregnancy up to 98% when used correctly.

If you want to make an appointment at Teen Clinic, or have more questions feel free to give us a call! 303-442-5160

Can I get pregnant if I’m on the pill? ……

………I have been for a year and he pulls out? I don’t know if he pre came?

Pre-ejaculate is a clear, sticky fluid released by the penis between the beginning of arousal and ejaculation. Although pre-ejaculate does not contain sperm when it is produced, it can pick up leftover sperm in the urethra. This means that pre-ejaculate can contain sperm when it leaves the body, creating a risk for pregnancy.  Most people don’t know when pre-ejaculate is happening.

If someone has been on the pill for at least a week, and takes the pill every day at the same time, and never misses a day they are 99% protected from pregnancy, even if ejaculation or pre- ejaculation occurs in the vagina.

Remember, hormonal birth control like the pill do not protect against STIs, and pre- ejaculate can transmit STIs.  Condoms are a good way to protect against STIs.