I would like at least one source for each of the five scenarios you specifically mentioned above. While it has less than regular ejaculate, pre-cum may have sperm in it—meaning it could put you at risk for pregnancy. Next time, put on a condom before intercourse begins. Okay, so she wasn't a virgin, but it's sort of relevant, I think. The body also has natural variations in hormone concentrations, giving sperm quality natural fluctuations as well.
It supplies nutrients and energy those cells need to be able to do anything at all, and it also neutralizes things that create problems for sperm like traces of urine and the vaginal environment. Some people's hymens may never break. This topic is now closed to further replies. You are at greatest risk if the clothing is thin and you rub together for a long time after he ejaculates. Pregnancy begins when the ball of cells attaches to the lining of your uterus.
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The environment in the uterus and fallopian tubes are advantageous. And I searched and could find no hot tub info in any of your sources. If you have started your menstrual cycle, then yes, pregnancy is possible. While sperm are built to travel in harsh conditions, 3 key factors must be in place to make the journey a success. I can show you a hundred more stories if you'd like. Also I am worried about pre-ejaculate. The decline in sperm count among men in South America, Asia, and Africa is less than men in Western countries, though the amount of decline in these regions is uncertain.
Can I get pregnant if he ejaculated on the outside of my vagina then put his penis in me and had sex with me? You can't get pregnant by swallowing semen at all, so you're all good. But your period could be off from formal for other reasons such as stress, anxiety, or a change in wait. Thank you for your help! But it does more than that. It only takes ONE sperm!