The Possibility Of Getting Pregnant If You Have Intercourse Without Penetration?
In the afternoon, my friend on the 8th yesterday had intercourse without any penetration, but during ejaculation, he secreted a little sperm in the lips of the vagina (but the sperm that came out there was only very little and the rest was drained). Also, and it is known, the woman is still a virgin because there is no penetration, r n r nThe question r n1. is there a risk of pregnancy? r n2. get the sperm to go further in even though the woman’s party, the vagina is tight because you are still a virgin? r n r n Because from April 27 there was no menstruation until now (14 May) thank you
Hi Adi, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
Pregnancy can only occur when a sperm meets an ovum or egg. Here are some things you need to know about ovum, sperm, and the occurrence of pregnancy:
Ovum is released by an organ called the ovary every 1 month. This process of releasing the ovum is called ovulation. The ovum that has been released from the ovary will only last for 12-24 hours, after which the ovum will change shape and will not be able to be fertilized again. If fertilization does not occur, a woman will experience a process called menstruation. This ovulation usually occurs 2 weeks before the expected day of your next menstruation.
Sperm that has been released can survive in a woman's uterus for 3-4 days. After 3-4 days, the sperm will die and lose their ability to fertilize the ovum. If ovulation occurs while the sperm is still alive then fertilization and pregnancy may occur.
The process of fertilization generally occurs in the female reproductive organ called the fallopian tube. These tubes are the tubes that connect the uterus to the ovaries. If the sperm is removed outside the woman's body, the sperm will not be able to reach this organ so that pregnancy is less likely to occur.
Although in the case of your friend, the sperm is removed outside the vagina, in the world there are several cases where pregnancy can still occur even if the penetration is not done and the sperm is only released outside the vagina. This case is very very rare and the possibility of occurrence is very small. The virginity of a woman alone does not affect the occurrence of pregnancy as in these cases.
If until the estimated time of menstruation in May menstruation has not occurred, it is better to do a pregnancy examination using a test pack.
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