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Precum, also known as pre-ejaculatory fluid or Cowper's fluid is the clear lubricating fluid coming from a man's penis during arousal.

All men have pre-cum, some more, others less. There is NO WAY TO INCREASE THE AMOUNT OF PRECUM and if both partners are dry and there is no natural lubrication, they should then use some water-based lubrication.

Precum appears at the arousal and slightly before ejaculation. Some men can feel it coming while others can’t.
There is a big scare surrounding PRE-CUM AND PREGNANCY. Nothing can be said with certainty on this matter, so it is essential the couple uses some kind of protection during intercourse to protect themselves from unwanted pregnancy.

It is said that precum doesn’t usually contain sperm unless there has been previous ejaculation, even a day-old ejaculation, so pre-ejaculate does not contain sperm in it itself. Urination is supposed to clear all the sperm from urethral tube but not all. This means that PREGNANCY COULD OCCUR FROM PRECUM but only when the sperm had been picked up on precum’s way out.

To determine whether HIV was contained in precum, researchers examined samples of pre ejaculate fluid from HIV seropositive and HIV seronegative men. They found macrophages and CD4 lymphocytes in most of the samples tested, indicating that HIV was present and that the risk of HIV transmission may be higher than unplanned pregnancy.
These findings indicate the necessity of using condoms during every intercourse.

You can use the following links to read or discuss precum:

What is precum

Does a male know when the precum is about to come out?

Is there any way to get more precum?


Precum…could it get you pregnant?

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ya its such a hard thing to figure out if there is sperm in pre cum or not everyone says differently!


if i had sex and i felt like i was going to cum, then waiting 5 minutes and did it again without actually cuming, would there be sperm in that precum?


It's not entirely true that there's "NO WAY TO INCREASE THE AMOUNT OF PRECUM". Most men, even the ones who don't produce much precum normally can produce a lot if sufficiently turned on. The problem is that, in my experience, men who don't precum much tend to need a lot of stimulation to produce more than normal and this can take a long time which invariably leads to the guy getting frustrated by being teased too much or he becomes so overly excited that when actual sex happens, he comes way too quickly. Circumcised men can also appear to produce more because there is no foreskin, so the precum appears to drip out more. Uncircumcised men have foreskins which tend to smear the precum over the head of the penis when moved over it.

But you can make almost any man produce quite a bit of precum if you're really set on it and you have/he has the patience.