Possible Pregnancy After Releasing Sperm In The Vagina?
If the clear fluid excreted by a man and only in the vaginal canal does not reach the uterus and only a little, can it cause pregnancy?
Pregnancy will occur if there is a meeting between sperm and egg cells. When the sperm cells are in the vaginal canal, they move to the uterus and fallopian tubes to meet the egg. Millions of sperm cells are contained in semen during ejaculation and there are very few sperm cells in the pre-ejaculatory fluid that the penis releases when erect.
Sperm cells can last up to 5-7 days in a woman's uterus, while eggs are released at ovulation and only last for 24 hours. Thus, if within 1-7 days after intercourse a woman ovulates, the chances of pregnancy will be greater. If a woman does not ovulate, there are no eggs that can be fertilized by the sperm cells.
Much or at least sperm fluid in the vagina still has the potential to cause pregnancy because it only takes 1 sperm among millions of sperm to be able to fertilize. The chances of getting pregnant are greater if penetration and ejaculation are done in the vagina.
If you and your partner don't want to get pregnant, you should consider using contraceptives such as condoms to prevent pregnancy. Birth control pills, injection contraceptives, implant birth control, and IUD can be considered if intercourse is carried out regularly and you want to delay pregnancy for a long time.
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dr. Devika Y