The Possibility Of Getting Pregnant If Intercourse With A Woman Who Has Menopause?
Hello, I am a husband and wife who is 53 years old, and my wife has not had her menstruation for more than two years. And and every sexual relationship my wife asks me to use a condom and I comply. What I ask if every sexual intercourse I do not use condom then sperm enter, can the wife still get pregnant? Please explain. Thank you …
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Women usually experience menopause at the age range of 40 to 50 years. Menopause is characterized by no more menstrual blood coming out for years. Menopause occurs when the ovaries (ovaries) stop producing normal amounts of reproductive hormones. Therefore, it can be said that women are no longer fertile and it is no longer possible to get pregnant.
If it is true that your wife has menopause, even if you have unprotected sexual intercourse (including condoms or other contraceptives), the potential for pregnancy will be very small, even almost 0%.
However, you also need to know that menopausal women will decrease their ability to produce vaginal lubricants. Therefore, sexual intercourse can be an activity that makes him feel painful and uncomfortable. Using condoms in several conditions can help minimize this pain and discomfort. However, if using this condom makes you feel uncomfortable, you can communicate well with your wife in order to find the best solution. If he is worried that he will feel pain or discomfort during sexual intercourse, besides using condoms, this can also be dealt with by using additional sexual lubricants, of course, after consulting a doctor first. Because, not all additional sexual lubricants are safe to use.
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