The Possibility Of Pregnancy If Intercourse On The First Day Of Menstruation?
Hello! I’m a woman I’m 28 years old, r nDoctor, I want to ask, is it possible to get pregnant, if having sex during menstruation on the first day?
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Intimate relationships can be done at any time as long as in a healthy and responsible manner. However, much literature pays special attention to the intimate relationships that are carried out during menstruation. This has been reported to have a variety of negative impacts, so it is recommended not to be excessive.
When viewed from the potential for pregnancy, intimate relationships performed during menstruation, including on the first day of menstruation, actually have a very small pregnancy potential, which is close to 0%. This is because the condition of reproductive organs that are not ideal for sperm cells to be able to survive and fertilize sperm cells. Not only that, the potential for ovulation (rupture of an egg that has matured to be released into the uterus) and implantation (implantation of fertilization into the uterine wall) is very small at this time.
However, although the potential for pregnancy is very small, some negative effects can arise due to excessive intercourse during menstruation, including:
Pain during sexual intercourse, occurs due to the production of vaginal fluid which is relatively minimal during menstruation Irritation of the reproductive organs, so susceptible to injury to the reproductive organs The risk of transmission of infection is higher, including sexually transmitted infections (if you have sex with an unclear partner sexual history) Therefore, if it is not urgent, you should not have excessive intercourse during menstruation yes .. You and your partner can have intercourse at other times after menstruation is over. And if you and your partner intend to postpone pregnancy, you can use contraception that is proven effective in preventing pregnancy.
That's all our explanation. For more details, please consult directly with your doctor or obstetrician.
I hope this helps.