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- Does urination shortly after sex emiminate all of the sperm? #1216/6
Will urinating after sexual intercourse lower the chances of conceiving? Click here
Did pre-ejaculation contain enough fertile sperm to cause my pregnancy? 627/6 Click here
We used t...
- How likely is a pregnancy if some sperm may have entered my girlfriend's vagina by accident? #836/7
My girlfriend has had these irregular periods before.The gaps have been up to 1 month late. I have never penetrated her, but we satisfy each other differently right now because we want to refrain f...
- How accurate is ultrasound? #1038/7
...man the evening of the 24th, but you seem to be quite certain that he did not ejaculate nor did any pre-ejaculation get into you.
Now ultrasound says you could have conceived on the ...
- What about my watery discharge? #1244/7
I have been sleeping with only one man for a long time and we just had sex for the first time not using a condom. A little bit after sex, I had a liquidy sort-of a white, very watery discharge. What i...
- Why am I having a weak erection? #133/8
I am 16 years old and I started masturbating when I was 14. I masturbated about 4-6 times per day, 7 days a week. There were times when I masturbated in the shower. I continued after I ejaculate...
- What can I do about soft, weak erections? #327/8
I am 21 years old and for the past year I have suffered from soft weak erections. Some times I do not even get an erection and when I go, it is very very soft and dissapears in seconds. Nothing works,...
- What is the scientific knowledge on pre-ejaculate semen actually resulting in a pregnancy if a woman is fertile at the time? #312/9
...om Cowper's gland contain sperm? J Assist Reprod Genet 2003;20:157-159.
Below is the paragraph on pre-ejaculation fluid, written by Deborah Kowal for the 19th edition of Contraceptive Technology:
- Is recanalization possible twice? #1131/9
I was just wondering if it's possible that I am pregnant by a man that had told me he has has 2 vasectomies. I'm not sure if he's telling me the truth or if doctors even do more than one on the same m...
- My husband had a vasectomy 6 years ago, I continued birth control pills, and we use condoms and withdrawal. Could I possibly be pregnant? #114/9
I have been married to my husband for 10 years and we have two beautiful kids. After our second one six years ago my doctor told me that it would not be a good idea for me to have any more children, s...
- Is it possible for a condom to fall off completely and become stuck in the vagina? #267
Is it possible for a condom to fall off and get stuck up in the vagina? And if a condom comes off, what should I do? It certainly is. Male condoms can slip part way down the shaft of the penis o...
- Is it possible to become pregnant if the man's penis touches the outside of a woman's panties, even if there was no pre-ejaculate fluid? #786
My girlfriend and I were fooling around one night in my room when we realized that my penis was touching the outside of her panties. I did not ejaculate and there was no preparatory fluid (pre-ejacu...
- Is withdrawal an acceptable backup contraceptive when there is uncertainty about the effectiveness of couple's primary means of birth control? #1241/6
Can I use the withrawal method as a form of "backup" for the "seven days" following the use of Cipro while on the pill?
Withdrawal IS an acceptable backup contraceptive, but Cipro is...
- I have just started Depo-Provera. Am I protected if a man ejaculates inside me? Will the injection increase my depression? #428/8
I have just started Depo-Provera. Can a man ejaculate inside of you? also, I already suffer from depression and paranoia, will it just increase my depression and paranoia dramatically?
- My first Depo injection was 5 days after my period started. I had unprotected sex the day my period ended and took Plan B immediately. Am I protected? #410/9
...ecuase we didn't have a condom, and I didn't want him to ejaculate. There is still a possibility of pre-ejaculation right? I had been on Depo-Provera for 3 days (my first dose), and I recieved it 5 ...
- How safe am I if I use Depo-Provera and my boyfriend ejaculated into my vagina? #210/10
I started Depo-Provera injections on Decemver 14th,2009. Even though people say it's safer than regular pills, I still didn't let my boyfriend ejaculate inside of me, because I just had a painful abor...
- Will amoxicillin lower the effectiveness of my Implanon implant? #212/11
I have the Implanon implant. I recently had my wisdom teeth taken out, so I was put on amoxicillin. I have only taken the medication less than 5 times. I haven’t been taking it like I was ...
- I get a horrible odor when my husband ejaculates inside my vagina. Could my non-hormonal IUD be the cause? #721/6
When my husband ejaculates inside my vagina, I get a horrible odor that stays with me for about 2 to 3 days. I shower 2 to 4 times a day to try and eliminate the odor but it persists. I am not sure wh...
- Will my Mirena offer complete protection if my partner ejaculates inside me? #1223/8
I had the Mirena put inside me in March '08. I havent been sexually active until recently. If the man ejaculates inside of me a few times, do I up the chances of him impregnating me? I hear a lot of w...
- Mirena removal, unprotected sex: is pregnancy possible? #1207/9
I had the Mirena removed while I was on my period after only having it placed for a month. My husband and I had unprotected sex a couple days later and he didn't pull out in time. Am I still covered f...
- Considering my history, would you recommend the Mirena IUD or the ParaGard IUD and why? #110/10
First, thanks so much for the terrific work that you do educating women on contraception. Having searched for information on the web, your website does so much more than others to enlighten me--and ot...
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