It Is Possible To Get Pregnant If Sperm Flows On The Lips Of The Vagina?
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First, sexual intercourse carried out by ejaculation near the vagina obviously has the potential to cause pregnancy. How so? Sperm cells are cells that are motile (able to move actively) so that they can enter the vagina if removed near them. In one ejaculation, a healthy man will expel millions of sperm cells, and from these millions of sperm cells, if there is even one sperm cell that manages to enter the vagina and fertilize an egg, then pregnancy can still occur. Sperm cells are also very small in size (microscopic), so it is not easy to appear in plain view.
Second, anatomically, women who are still virgins and not virgins are actually very difficult to distinguish. The meeting you are referring to may mean tight vaginal muscles making it difficult to penetrate into it. However, the tightness of the vaginal muscles does not necessarily mean that the vaginal opening is tight, so that sperm cells cannot penetrate it. In this tight vaginal lips greeting, there is a gap that allows sperm cells to enter, until finally meeting and fertilizing an egg.
Indeed, when compared to sexual intercourse by penetration and ejaculation in the vagina, the actions you take with your partner are relatively less likely to cause pregnancy. However, the possibility of pregnancy also cannot be ruled out 100%. Therefore, if you are not married, it is strongly advised not to have sexual relations at all to prevent unwanted pregnancy. Not only that, premarital sexual relations can also make you infected with sexually transmitted infections and ostracized in the community because it is considered to violate the norm.
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