The 19-year-old boy after admission to puberty has many questions about sex and the physical changes of both men and women.
Thealth sex experts have helped Jayesh (his name changed), a 19-year-old man raised many questions about "this," the female body … wanted to answer questions. of all teens when they reach puberty.
1. As ejaculation of sperm, women also ejaculate sperm?
Women do not ejaculate, they only produce liquid under orgasm.
2. If both of them "go out" at the same time, can these two fluids be canceled and have no chance of getting pregnant?
If both are "exported" at the same time, the risk of pregnancy still exists. Always remember that any kind of unprotected sex leads to pregnancy. So, to make sure the safest, use condoms.
3. Do men have a cyclic ejaculation?
There is no such thing as cyclic ejaculation. We think you are talking about a cyclical ejaculation like a woman's menstrual period. Ejaculation only reaches orgasm.
4. Pre-connection can cause pregnancy?
Probability Precum (mucus released from the penis before ejaculation) is not high, but when released, it still contains spermatozoids, so fertility is still present.
5. Suppose we use a condom, we do not need to take medication, do we?
If you use a correct condom and do not tear, you do not need to take birth control pills.
6. What is the difference between emergency contraceptives and daily birth control pills?
An emergency contraceptive pill can be taken 24-72 hours after unprotected sex and depending on the effectiveness of the drug. There are also medications that are taken regularly for a certain period of time to avoid pregnancy. However, you should be aware that this medicine can prevent pregnancy but can not prevent the spread of HIV / AIDS or other sexually transmitted diseases.
7. Why do people say they should not have sex during menstruation?
Some people think the period of menstruation is dirty, so they will not have sex during that time. However, if the relationship during this time, the chances of getting pregnant are almost zero. For women this is uncomfortable, even painful time, so they usually do not want to have sex. In addition, condoms should be used as the probability of STD infection is still high.
8. Is there a difference between normal circumcision and penis in sex?
There is no significant difference between normal circumcision and penis during sex. However, some studies have shown that men with the foreskin have a greater sense of stimulation, the foreskin contains very sensitive nerve endings.
9. Can you get HIV from oral and anal sex?
Opportunities for transmission through oral sex are less likely than vaginal sex. However, the possibility of unprotected anal transmission of HIV is much higher. Therefore, it is important to use a condom even if you do not have regular vaginal contact.
According to Dan Viet