The Possibility Of Pregnancy If The Last Intercourse Was 5 Months Ago And You Still Have Your Period Every Month?
Congratulations mlm, want to ask? R n Can the remaining sperm be left in a woman’s vagina and one day fertilization will occur even though it has been 5 months and has had menstruation every month. Thank you, please answer.
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After ejaculating from the male genitalia, sperm cells have a short time to survive. As is known, sperm cells need nutrients from the semen that is released from the male reproductive organs during ejaculation. Outside the male reproductive organs, this fluid will generally run out and dry up within 1 to 3 days. Therefore, it is impossible for a pregnancy to occur due to the presence of sperm cells that last for months.
If after the last time the woman has had a normal menstrual period every month, it can be said that pregnancy has not occurred. Because, it is impossible for a woman who is pregnant to experience menstruation. Menstruation occurs when the inner lining of the uterine wall sheds and leaves as blood. In pregnant women, this lining of the uterine wall is actually preserved and proliferates greatly as a place for the growth of the fetus, so that it will not shed and come out as menstrual blood.
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