Will Fertilization Occur?
I want to ask to have sex without inserting the penis into the vagina but releasing the liquid there too .. Will fertilization occur?
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First of all, you should explain what you mean by "get the liquid out there too", where do you mean? Is it in the mouth of the vagina or away from the mouth of the vagina?
Basically fertilization will only occur if there is a meeting between sperm with the ovum or egg. Ovum women are only released once a month at ovulation and will only last for 12-24 hours and after that will not be able to be fertilized again. If sexual intercourse is carried out in the range of the fertile period (3 days before to 1 day after ovulation), then sperm entering the woman's womb still have the potential to fertilize the ovum when ovulation occurs.
To facilitate this fertilization, sexual intercourse must be done with penetration and sperm must be inserted into the vagina. However, you also need to know that preejaculate fluid (fluid that comes out spontaneously when the penis gets sexually stimulated) can also contain live sperm, therefore if the penis is penetrated into the vagina even without ejaculation in the vagina, pregnancy is still possible ( even though the possibility is very small). If ejaculation or sperm removal is done right in the mouth of the vagina, there is still a risk that sperm can swim into the vagina and uterus and still be at risk of fertilizing the ovum if sexual intercourse is carried out in the range of the fertile period. If no penetration is made into the vagina and sperm removal is also done away from the mouth of the vagina, fertilization will not occur and you will not get pregnant.
If you and your partner do not want to have a pregnancy, you should not engage in sexual relations or use safeguards such as condoms during sexual intercourse. You need to know that unsafe sexual intercourse can not only cause unexpected pregnancy but can also cause sexually transmitted diseases. Sexually transmitted infections can occur with any form of sexual intercourse (oral or anal sex, or just by petting or rubbing the genitals). Therefore, avoid having unhealthy sexual relations or be sure to always use a condom during sexual intercourse.
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