How Long Is The Possibility Of Getting Pregnant After Intercourse?
, I have a few questions. Call it an accident in the game. Will after the accident be pregnant immediately? If not, how many days or hours or minutes does it take to get pregnant? Because the doctor doesn’t know the exact conditions. So just mention the fastest time someone can get pregnant after the accident that the doctor has ever handled or maybe the doctor has heard. Because in this article it says “the longer the pregnancy time is passed the greater the risk “, will it be possible to immediately after the accident be handled will reduce the chances of getting pregnant and the risks? Thank you,
Thank you for the question.
After sperm cells enter the vagina, it can last for 1 to 3 times 24 hours in the vagina. Furthermore, with the ability to move actively (motile), then he can enter the uterus (uterus) and reach the fallopian tubes (fallopian tubes) to go to the ovaries (ovaries). In this ovary the egg experiences maturation and can exit to the uterus when it is ready to be fertilized (ovulation). When sperm and egg cells meet (fertilization, fertilization), a fetus (embryo) will form. According to various sources, the time needed from the egg cell from the ovary to the fertilized sperm cell can vary between 1 to 24 hours. Furthermore, this fetus will later walk back to the uterus to implant there (implantation) and then develop to a large and ready to be born. From conception to implantation, it often takes 6 to 12 days.
You can observe from our explanation above, that indeed the time needed from the beginning of sexual intercourse to the end of pregnancy can vary. The potential for pregnancy is of course also influenced by a woman's menstrual cycle during sexual intercourse, whether she is in the fertile period or not. Other factors, such as male fertility, female fertility, intensity of sexual relations, and so on can also affect the potential for this pregnancy. During a testpack, pregnancy may only be detected after a delay in menstruation. However, even though the testpack does not show positive results, it does not necessarily mean that pregnancy does not occur. Testpack time that is too early can also affect the results of this examination.
Therefore, wise adults, if they are not ready to get pregnant, should make reasonable efforts to prevent them from the beginning before having sex. The trick, can be by not having sex at all, or also by using contraception. If sexual intercourse without safety has continued, pregnancy prevention efforts are no longer appropriate, except in emergency situations. It is recommended to check directly to the doctor or obstetrician to explain what is the best management according to the case you mentioned yes ..
I hope this helps.