The Possibility Of Getting Pregnant After Intercourse With Vaginal Penetration?
Good evening, I want to ask you I was late menstruating for 4 days, in May I had my period on the 30th, then on the 10th I had intercourse with my husband but used a condom, on the 20th I also had the first intercourse using a condom my husband had an orgasm and I came out inside but used a condom after that took a shower, the second when I had sex I didn’t use a condom and I had an orgasm when my husband’s genitals were inside, but my husband didn’t orgasm, then in the middle of my husband using a condom, he orgasmed during his sexual position is inside, from the story above, what could cause pregnancy please help because I was 4 days late
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The normal menstrual cycle is 21-35 days, with an average of 28 days. Generally women have the same cycle every month. If menstruation occurs outside the range of this cycle, hormonal disturbances may occur which can be caused by the following conditions:
Stress: this condition can trigger a hormonal imbalance, which can lead to late menstruation. If the stressor is gone, menstruation is likely to return to regularity as the hormonal conditions in the body improve
Physical fatigue: just like stress, physical fatigue can also lead to hormonal imbalance. Excessive dieting
Pregnancy: in pregnancy menstruation will not occur
Diseases of the uterus, such as PCOS, ovarian cysts, or myoma
The effects of hormonal birth control, or the use of drugs that interact with hormones that play a role in the menstrual cycle, which can mess up the hormonal balance
Perimenopause: is a condition before menopause that occurs at the age of 40-50s. Usually accompanied by a body feeling hot, mood changes, pain during sexual intercourse, etc.
Pregnancy occurs when the sperm secreted by a man through sexual intercourse meets an egg in a woman and is fertilized. The condom is a device that was created to prevent this encounter, by forming a barrier between the penis and the vagina so that it prevents sperm from entering the woman's vagina. However, in some conditions, condoms can also allow sperm to enter the vagina, for example in a torn condom or a condom that is too loose so that the semen is spilled out. In the case of a tear, sometimes a small tear cannot be seen by the eye so that this has the potential to release sperm to the outside and subsequently have the potential to result in an unconscious pregnancy.
To ensure pregnancy, the simplest way you can do is use a Tespack. However, whatever the results are on the Tespack examination, you should still consult a gynecologist to confirm pregnancy or other causes of menstrual disorders. The doctor will further explore your complaint and will conduct an examination of your reproductive organs. If necessary, the doctor will perform supporting examinations in the form of blood tests, ultrasound, female hormone levels, and b-HCG hormone levels. After that, the doctor will provide treatment for your complaint according to the underlying condition.
Things you can do to treat menstrual disorders are:
Good stress management by relaxing and doing hobbies that you enjoy doing
Regular exercise 3-5 times a week. Exercise can help reduce stress by producing endorphine hormones and can support good blood circulation
Eat regular nutritious foods and adequate calories according to your body's needs.
Avoid diets that are too strict as this can lead to hormonal imbalances
Get enough fluids by consuming about 2 liters of water per day
Get enough rest, sleep 7-8 hours per day
That's all the explanation from me, hopefully it helps and is useful :)
dr. Princess Claudya