The Possibility Of Pregnancy If Alcohol Consumption After Intercourse?
. Want to ask? Suppose I have sex on the 2nd, then 3,4,7 drink liquor, then on the 11th drink again, what is the percentage for pregnancy?
Hello Gisella, Thank you for the question.
It's not easy to answer your question because pregnancy is not as easy as you think. A woman can get pregnant if having unprotected intercourse during the fertile period, which is the time around ovulation. Ovulation is the release of a mature female egg from the ovary into the fallopian tube. If there is intercourse at this time, sperm can fertilize an egg and pregnancy can occur. However, if intercourse is not carried out during the fertile period, then pregnancy is not possible. If fertilization does occur, consuming alcoholic beverages may not necessarily result in an abortion (if this is the point of your question). Pregnancy can still continue with the risk of the fetus in the womb being affected by the consumption of alcoholic beverages that you do.
For your problem, if you are worried about pregnancy, you should consult directly with a gynecologist to find out clearly whether fertilization might occur or not because more information is needed from you. The doctor can also do an ultrasound examination to find out the condition of your uterus. Also consult with your doctor about what you can do next.
In the future, if you don't want a pregnancy, the best step is not to have intercourse outside the marital relationship. In addition, you are also encouraged to use contraceptives such as condoms or other hormonal contraceptives. If intercourse has occurred, you can use emergency contraception to prevent pregnancy. Emergency contraception needs to be used as soon as possible after intercourse to remain effective in preventing pregnancy. For emergency contraception use, you should consult with your doctor first.
I hope this helps.