Possible Pregnancy When Petting After Menstruation?
if you have sex but only stick it, and it does not release any liquid is it likely to get pregnant? And I do that after menstruation on the second day. Then after a few days I felt vaginal discharge, was it vaginal discharge as usual before menstruation or because I was going to get pregnant?
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Pregnancy occurs if there are sperm that successfully fertilize an egg. When the penis ejaculates (secretions of semen), sperm will come out of the penis and into the vagina until it reaches the egg that is released (ovulation).
If there is no ejaculation from men, then there is very little chance of pregnancy, unless ejaculation is not realized. For fertilization to occur, there are many factors that must be present, for example the quality and number of sperm must be sufficient, the egg is ready to be fertilized, to the health of the reproductive organs in general.
Meanwhile, vaginal discharge can be caused by many possibilities, from normal vaginal discharge (for example during fertility, a sign of pregnancy, etc.) to abnormal vaginal discharge, for example due to infection in the female organs due to bacteria (for example: bacterial vaginosis, gonorrhea, chlamydia ), fungus (for example: vaginal candidiasis), or other sexually transmitted diseases. Normal vaginal discharge is generally in the form of clear mucus to whitish, odorless, not itchy and painless.
To determine whether you are pregnant / not, and to determine the cause of vaginal discharge you experience, of course, should be examined directly by a doctor. The doctor will do a physical examination and supporting examinations such as urine tests, pregnancy tests, vaginal fluid analysis, to ultrasound. From the examination data and information about the symptoms that occur can determine the cause and appropriate treatment.
If you want to know if you are pregnant or not, you can check independently with a test pack that is sold freely, but you still need to confirm with your doctor. To prevent the severity / worsening of vaginal discharge, it is better to maintain the cleanliness and health of female organs by:
Diligent rinsing female tools with clean water (no need to use soap) from front to back every time after urinating and having sex
Keep the female feminine area clean and dry (eg drying whenever wet, changing panties frequently, wearing underwear that absorbs sweat, etc.)
Avoid sexual relations with people with unknown reproductive health history. Use condoms and avoid changing sex partners.
If there are signs of pregnancy, or symptoms such as increased vaginal discharge, color (yellow / gray / greenish / mixed with blood), pain during sex, odor, itching, abdominal pain, pain during urination, fever, lumps in the genitals, or sexual partners experiencing symptoms of sexually transmitted diseases, then you should immediately consult a doctor.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.