I Haiyatul, I want to ask, When finished contact, But the sperm came out again from my Mrs. V .. Can that make me pregnant …? The problem is that after every relationship, it’s always like that
During intercourse, when a man ejaculates semen will enter the woman's uterus. In the seminal fluid there are 15 million ml set of sperm cells and lubricating fluid produced by the male reproductive glands. At the time of intercourse, seminal fluid may not entirely enter the uterus but can still cause zygot fertilization which then develops into a fetus causing pregnancy. Only 1 sperm and 1 healthy egg are needed in fertilization. Lack of sperm cells entering the uterus may cause difficulty in pregnancy, but it must be accompanied by other factors such as the shape and motion of abnormal sperm cells, disorders of reproductive hormones, abnormalities in the reproductive organs, ever or currently using contraception especially hormonal, infectious diseases in reproductive organs that cause damage to the channel / reproductive organs, side effects of drugs, and an unhealthy lifestyle.
If you are planning a pregnancy, have had sexual intercourse without contraception for 1 year but do not go pregnant you should consult directly with a Obstetrics and Gynecologist. The doctor will ask for data about complaints and the reproductive system of you and your husband, and a history of previous illnesses (especially sexually transmitted diseases). The doctor will do a physical examination and refer to supporting examinations such as sperm analysis tests, blood tests, ultrasound, and other tests related to fertility. The doctor will provide medical treatment according to your condition and your partner.
When planning a pregnancy, be consistent in implementing a healthy lifestyle, not smoking, not drinking alcoholic beverages and drugs without consulting first with your doctor.
If you want to postpone pregnancy, choose the method of contraception according to your condition.
Read here about Semen and Sperm Cells.
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