The Possibility Of Conceiving Of Intercourse After Menstruation?
You see, yesterday on the 9th of August 2019 I had sex with my wife and at that time it was the last day after menstruation, then on August 13, 2019 my wife and I had sex again, we expect to postpone her pregnancy, but when having sex intimate, I almost accidentally peeled my sperm out a little in my wife’s vagina and then I pulled out and proceeded to get the sperm out, what I wanted to ask was whether I could make a pregnancy? Is there a way for sperm to enter a little that can not the occurrence of pregnancy?
Hello, thank you for the question to HealthReplies.com.
Pregnancy can occur when the sperm meets the egg and attaches to the uterine wall.
No matter how much or how little sperm enters, if the quality and movement of the sperm is good, it will be able to cause its encounter with the egg and does not rule out causing pregnancy.
The way to get sperm in a pregnancy rather than happen is that your wife needs to take emergency contraceptive pills that can be obtained by consulting directly to a gynecologist.
Prevention can be done:
1. Use a condom when having intercourse
2. Carry out a pack test to find out if there has been an increase in the hormone beta hcg which is normally increased in pregnancy
3. Using other contraceptives according to the purpose and period of delaying pregnancy, such as spirals, implants, or birth control pills.
So hopefully useful :)