- by Dr A Chakravarthy
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- Jul 12 2017
Precum: What You Need to Know
Exploring this article based on precum facts will help you understand what exactly it is and why it’s there.
Is precum release normal?
Yes, release of precum is a perfectly normal thing and there is no reason for it. This is a natural occurrence to help lubricate during sexual intercourse. It is mainly secreted during the moments of sexual arousal and foreplay. The color of actual orgasm release (semen) is milky-white whereas the color of precum is crystal clear fluid. When pre-cum is released, enjoy it with your partner by tasting it before you move ahead for the intercourse session.
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‘Pre’ means before
The prefix ‘pre’ means to come before and it maintains the meaning when talking about precum facts. It is a fluid released prior to his actual full blown orgasm secretion. It can be measured by a drop and up to a few millimeters. This is the early start to his orgasm.
Pre-cum release site
Very few people know that this fluid develops in the Cowper’s gland of your body whereas the major fluid content of semen is from another gland called Prostate. Two glands of these types (Cowper's) are present at the base of penis in men’s body, each having a size of a pea. It actually clears the way for the actual semen to make way during an orgasm.
Pre-cum creates babies
Numbers of women are worried about that whether it can leads to pregnancy whereas the truth is that researchers have found out that pre-cum contains very minimal amount of sperms and therefore carries very less risk of development of pregnancy in women. However, it is important to use contraceptives during sexual act to prevent in that small risk of pregnancy and sexual transmitted diseases.
Release of precum is an indication of proper sexual stimulation and it is normal and healthy"
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