The Possibility Of Pregnancy When Penetration Occurs Only At The Tip Of The Vagina?
In the morning, I want to ask on 29km when I do petting with my husband. There was no lubricant in my vagina but my husband put his penis in and only his head. The penis released a little bit of lubricant but when I entered it a little in my vagina it hurt and bled. Can it cause pregnancy? I forgot to use safety and we have not planned to have children. My question. 1) Can it cause pregnancy? 2) Last month I menstruated on the 14th. When I had sex did it go into my fertile period?
Thank you for the question.
In married couples, petting is usually done as a warm up before sexual intercourse. Petting can cause pregnancy or not, actually depends on the condition. Pregnancy can occur when sperm cells from a male meet a female egg cell. If during petting, men remove sperm cells and enter the woman's vagina, this can increase the risk of pregnancy. However, if the only lubricant that comes out without sperm cells, rarely causes pregnancy. To ensure that the pregnancy can be done alone at home using a test pack or having it checked by a gynecologist, the doctor will conduct a question and answer session, physical examination, and maybe some supporting examinations such as urine and ultrasound examination.
The fertile period is when ovulation occurs or the release of an egg from the ovary. The fertile period is usually around the time of ovulation. Ovulation occurs 12-14 days before the first day of the next menstruation. So the fertile period can be estimated around 10-17 days from the first day of last menstruation. This applies to regular menstrual cycles of 28 days. However, this is different for each individual. Depending on the menstrual cycle and length of menstruation. To calculate the right fertile period, the menstrual cycle should be calculated for 6-12 months. If your menstrual cycle is regular 28 days and the menstrual length is around 6-8 days, and the first day of last menstruation is on the 14th, then the 29th can be estimated as your fertile period.
Thus, hopefully useful.