Our expert says:
Pre-ejaculate (pre cum) is secreted from the Cowper’s glands and by itself does not contain sperm cells. However, there can be sperm cells left in the urethra from the previous ejaculation. Therefore, there is a chance that pregnancy could result. Semen has millions of sperm cells so even a little left in the urethra needs to be acknowledged as pregnancy or STI risk. Expert opinions are provided by the SA Sexual Health Association: www.sexualhealth.co.za
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