Why Can You Get Pregnant Even If You Don’t Ejaculate Inside?
Evening sir doctor r nWhat is the process of getting pregnant r nSy having sex? I never got out of the way I can still get pregnant r nThank you all the doctor’s answer mmuaska r n u0026amp; the doctor is easy in his way … am I sure
Hello Rendi Deri
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Pregnancy occurs when an egg that has been released from the ovary is fertilized by sperm in the fallopian tubes. The potential for pregnancy is very high when fertilization approaches the fertile period. It should be noted that the egg / ovum is produced only when a woman's fertile period comes, after being released, the egg can only last for 12-24 hours in the fallopian tube to wait for the sperm to come. Another case with sperm, which after being released can last for approximately 3-5 days in the uterus.
Normally, for pregnancy to occur, sperm is ejaculated in the vaginal opening into the uterus during penile penetration. Sperm have a body structure consisting of a head and tail that is capable of moving forward. When sperm is ejaculated, millions of sperm are poured into the vaginal opening. However, not all of the seminal fluid that is ejaculated into the uterus. Of the millions of sperm contained in the seminal fluid, maybe only half make it into the uterus, and the number can be reduced by half again to be able to penetrate into the fallopian tubes to find an egg to be fertilized. An egg that has been fertilized by sperm will turn into a future embryo, then slowly travels to the wall of the woman's uterus to develop into a fetus.
Regarding your question, normally sperm must be ejaculated in the vaginal canal to meet the ovum cells and a later pregnancy will occur. However, several sources also mention, ejaculation outside / around the vaginal opening can still be at risk of causing pregnancy, even though this has a smaller chance. The possible reason why this happens is the ability of the sperm which has a tail function to move forward through the cervix and meet the ovum cells in the uterus. That is the information that I can convey, hope it helps