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IN Lifestyle ON 24 Jul, 2016
There are many ways in which you can get pregnant. Some of them might be known to you, but I bet you don't know all of them. Next time be careful while having sex or else you might end up having an unexpected guest at your house within the next few months.
Here are the ways in which you can get pregnant.
Yes, it's true a woman can get pregnant while having anal sex. According to specialists if he is penetrating rectally, he can deposit a little seminal fluid around the opening to the vagina and let's face it, they are close territories.
In the heat of the moment, while opening the condom, you can accidently puncture it.
It's possible if the man's semen leaked through the opening of his boxers or woman's underwear gets pushed to the side leaving an opening for the sperm to reach the vagina.
It's strange but if you are pregnant and continuously ovulating, the second fertilized egg implants in the lining of the womb which results in the second pregnancy.
Lubes can degrade the latex and create microscopic holes in the condom which increases the chances of getting knocked up.
Even if you don't have sex and you are fooling around you can get pregnant if you end up with seminal fluid around the vulva.
It decreases the chances of getting pregnant up to 99% for the fact. Every contraceptive has a small chance of getting failed associated with it.
If he is finished and still has some on his hand it's possible that it could get you pregnant.
Vasectomies don't show effect immediately, so specialists recommend having a follow-up session. It is possible for the snipped areas to grow back together.
Tubal ligation is not 100% effective. It can have up to 1% failure rate although tubal ligation is still a great way to prevent pregnancy.
Sperm can live inside your body for 5 days. If you are towards the end of bleeding and you ovulate early, you could actually conceive a child.
A pill taken within 24 hours is about 95% effective. It gets less effective the longer you wait.
Condoms don't last forever, and a condom which has been exposed to hot and cold elements should be avoided.
Fertility awareness is great. Suppose you have sex when you weren't ovulating, you can ovulate a few days later and that sperm can still be there, which can increase the chances of conceiving.
Breastfeeding is not 100% effective at preventing pregnancy. The hormones involved in breastfeeding suppress ovulation, but it does not mean that you can't get pregnant.