Touching The Vagina With Finger Sperm.?
I want to ask, this morning I took out my sperm a little on my finger and shortly afterwards I put my finger into my friend’s vagina, can it get pregnant? she just finished menstruation … if it can cause pregnancy is it effective using an emergency pill ?
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Pregnancy is a meeting of sperm and egg cells that develop into a fetus and remove growth and development in the womb until the age of 40 weeks of pregnancy. In the process of fertilization, only one sperm cell is needed against the egg, so that with a healthy partner and healthy egg and sperm cells, the possibility of pregnancy will increase.
To support the possibility of greater fertilization process, the following sperm conditions will help the fertilization process, namely:
1. The amount of ejaculation is around 3 cc-5cc
2. normal sperm shape
3. normal sperm movements
In connection with your question, because what you put in the vagina is a portion of sperm, then the possibility of pregnancy is still possible, especially after your partner is clean from menstruation. Therefore, you and your partner should avoid sexual relations outside of marriage to avoid the risk of pregnancy.
Although the possibility of pregnancy still exists, the possibility of pregnancy is also smaller than if you ejaculated sperm in the vagina with an ideal sperm volume and your partner entered during ovulation. So you and your partner can evaluate the possibility of pregnancy until the next menstrual cycle.
In connection with the use of emergency contraception, this Kb is indicated for couples who experience a phase of forgetting the use of the family planning program, forgetting to take birth control pills, a condom device that has leaked, or an outdated birth control. Because this drug has special indications, and emergency birth control pills are not a contraceptive device that is routinely consumed, the use of emergency birth control pills must be according to the indications and rules, this is also to prevent the risk of side effects of female hormonal balance disorders and prevent comorbid complaints in the form of stomach cramps and menstrual complaints.
While the effectiveness of the use of emergency birth control pills, will be useful especially if used before the first 72 hours after intercourse. Effectiveness can range from 95%, so that 5% can experience failure or the possibility of pregnancy.
And for more details, you can consult directly with your obstetrician regarding the possibility of pregnancy and this emergency birth control pill.
Thus the info we can convey.