Can Precum get you Pregnant? The pull-out Method:
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The pull-out or withdrawal method:
The withdrawal method of contraception, also known as the “pull-out” method or coitus interruptus, is a form of birth control where one partner removes their penis from the other partner’s vagina and away from their partner’s genitals before they ejaculate, which usually happens at or around the time of orgasm. In most healthy individuals, ejaculatory fluid (also known as “cum”) contains enough sperm to potentially get someone pregnant. By withdrawing, sperm should theoretically never reach their partner’s egg and pregnancy is not possible. No sperm, no problem.
Is the pull out method effective?
The withdrawal method is generally not considered an effective form of birth control. Out of every 100 people using only withdrawal as birth control, an estimated 22 to 27 of them will get pregnant within one year. Even with theoretical “perfect-use”, an estimated 4 out 100 people would get pregnant within one year, but this “perfect-use” rate is rarely seen. Given that the withdrawal method should theoretically work (no sperm, no problem, right?), why do we see such high rates of failure using this method?
One reason is that the method is difficult for some to use. It can be easy to forget to withdraw in the moment, or someone may not realize they are about to ejaculate and withdraws too late. Withdrawing correctly, every time, requires a high degree of control and self-awareness from the withdraw-er, and of trust from the withdraw-ee: the control of this method’s use is fully in the hands of one person, and there is no way to tell if it’s been practiced correctly after the fact.
A second, commonly-claimed, reason is that sperm may be present in pre-ejaculatory fluid (or “pre-cum”). Pre-ejaculate is released before ejaculate as lubrication for sex and to help balance the acidity in urethra, since the male urethra is used for both urination and for transmitting sperm. Whether pre-ejaculate contains sperm and whether that sperm could actually get someone pregnant are under-researched questions, and the results among studies don’t always agree. The short answer is yes, pre-ejaculate can release sperm, but this might not be the case for every person.
Is there sperm in pre-ejaculate (“pre-cum”)?
As of winter 2017, there were only five studies looking at the sperm content of pre-ejaculatory fluid. In two of these studies, none of the participants had sperm in their pre-ejaculate. In the other three studies, between 16 and 41 percent of participants had sperm in their pre-ejaculate. In these studies, the amount of sperm was low and not all of the sperm may have been able to fertilize an egg, but there would still be a risk of pregnancy.
There are a few reasons as to why the studies don’t agree. In one study, the researchers found that people who produced sperm in pre-ejaculate always had sperm in their pre-ejaculate, while people who didn’t produce sperm in their pre-ejaculate never did. Given that the sample sizes for all studies were small (all had less than 30 participants), it’s possible that, by random chance, some studies didn’t include participants that had sperm in their pre-ejaculate. Also, research methods and the laboratory tools used by the study differed, such that it’s possible sperm was destroyed in some cases, and therefore unable to be examined.
It’s a commonly reported idea that sperm in pre-ejaculate is “left-over” sperm from previous ejaculations and that if a person urinates prior to sex, they won’t have sperm in their pre-ejaculate. This doesn’t seem to be true.
In the study where 41% of participants had sperm in their pre-ejaculate, the researchers stated that all participants had urinated prior to giving their pre-ejaculate sample. This means that the sperm that was present in their pre-ejaculate was “new” sperm or, less likely, that urinating doesn’t entirely clear the urethra of sperm from previous ejaculate.
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