The answer is part yes, part no. Most men can feel an impending orgasm, but considering ejaculation can take place before or after orgasm itself begins, they aren't the same thing. Young men often lack the control and knowledge to withdraw in time to avoid ejaculating. Withdrawal is not recommend for this reason, and because pre-cum, which is released throughout the arousal process, can contain sperm that causes pregnancy.
EC stands for "emergency contraception". It's an oral medication with hormones similar to birth control pills that works to help prevent a pregnancy after unprotected/risky sexual activity. It is never a safe, reliable substitute to an ongoing effective birth control method.
BC stands for birth control, which is different from emergency contraception in that it's used every time pregnancy is possible, rather than used after the fact, which is much more effective and reliable. Check out the below chart to tell you all about your birth control options!
Welcome to ST. In the future, this area is for true emergencies: rape, pregnancy or STD/STI risks, legal issues, etc.
So! Most people can tell when they are reaching orgasm or getting close to that point, and ejaculation often comes with orgasm (but they are not the same, and can happen without the other). So it stands to reason that yes, a man can feel when he's ejaculating, regardless of where he's doing it.
EC is emergency contraception. It's a pill with high doses of hormones (the same found in hormonal birth control) that can help prevent pregnancy. It can be taken up to 120 hours after a risk, but is more effective the sooner it's taken.
BC is hormonal birth control, like the shot, the pill, the patch, the ring, etc.
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