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Only five body fluids can contain enough HIV to infect someone: blood, semen including pre-cumrectal fluid, vaginal fluid, and breast milk. HIV can only get passed when one of these fluids from a person with HIV gets into the bloodstream of another person—through broken skin, the opening of the penis or the wet linings of the body, such as the vagina, rectum, or foreskin. You can have sex with little or no risk of passing on or getting HIV.
All of us here at SexInfo believe in the importance of spreading knowledge about the ways a female can become pregnant so that men and women can either prevent an unwanted pregnancy or prepare to start a family. We will explore the ways in which a female can become pregnant and the likelihood of pregnancy associated with certain sexual behaviors. This article is written from the female perspective.
Pregnancy scares: most people have one at some point. Yes, yes, and yes! Ovulation, when an egg is released from the ovary, usually occurs about 14 days after the start of your last period. Many women have unpredictable ovulation or may have spotting at the time of ovulation, which could be confused with a period.
Vaginal lubrication is a naturally produced fluid that lubricates a woman's vagina. Vaginal lubrication is always present, but production increases significantly near ovulation and during sexual arousal in anticipation of sexual intercourse. Vaginal dryness is the condition in which this lubrication is insufficient, and sometimes artificial lubricants are used to augment it.
Pre cum, or pre ejaculate if we're being fancy, is one of those things you know exists if you have sex with people with penises. But, chances are you probably don't know what it actually is. No shade meant - I write about sex stuff every day and up until approx two minutes ago didn't have a damn clue what precum actually is.
Sometimes the things you'd never bring up in polite company are the most interesting. Case in point: semen. It's one of those sex -related subjects that's shrouded in so much mystery, it becomes even more intriguing.
Michelle Gardela via Stocksy. Most of Broadly's amateur sex-doctorin ' is spent reassuring people with vaginas that they are normal for having stuff gush out of them. Finally— finally!