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Forum Name: Male Sexual Disorders
Question: Sexual doubt
|vinodhkumarmca - Thu Aug 19, 2004 3:34 am||
I am aged 27, I have a doubt to be clarified.
After having sex with my wife and when I remove my penis, my male seimen is coming out from my partners vagina. Due to this I am afraid whether there wont be any chance of pregnency. Is there any problem happening like this? and how can I avoid this? Please clarify this.
|Dr. Yasser Mokhtar - Thu Aug 19, 2004 8:51 am||
Normally, some semen gets out of the vagina after intercourse when the female sits and/or stands up. There is no problem with conception in this case provided that there are not other barriers for pregnancy.
But if all the semen comes out instantly after intercourse, this is a condition known as effluvium seminis and it is treated by putting a pillow under the female's back during intercourse and not let her sit or stand up for a while to give the semen a chance to fall back into the vagina.
If this does not work and still all the semen rushes out immeiately after intercourse, then your wife has to see a gynecologist for further management.
Thank you very much for using our website https://doctorslounge.com and i hope that this information helped.
Yasser Mokhtar, M.D.
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