Pre-ejaculate, sometimes called precum, is a clear fluid that is released when a man becomes sexually aroused, but before he ejaculates. Pre-ejaculate fluid neutralizes any acidity left by urine in the urethra, protecting sperm that flows through. Men produce differing amounts of precum, from a few drops to about a teaspoon. Generally, the amount is nothing to worry about.
Can precum make you pregnant?
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What is pre-ejaculate or precum?
Before men climax, they release a fluid known as pre-ejaculation, or pre-cum. Pre-cum comes out right before semen, which has live sperm that can lead to pregnancy. Read on to learn how and why. Pre-cum is a lubricant produced by a gland in the penis.
Ejaculation is the process of the man's body releasing liquid from the penis. It is the seminal fluid semen carrying sperm the cells that can fertilize the woman's egg. If the man has had vasectomy, his semen contains no sperm and the man is effectively infertile. Pre-ejaculate is a small amount of semen that is released at the early stage of arousal, thought to be meant for some lubrication.