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eating sperm will cause pregnancy?

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Dr. Robert Kwok
Pediatrics 33 years experience
Just the opposite: Eating sperm will not cause pregnancy, because she who eats all the sperm will leave no sperm behind to fertilize her egg. Sperm will get digested as food once it enters the stomach. That being said, a woman may become pregnant from the other activities related to the obtaining of sperm for eating, such as putting any sperm-coated fingers, penises, or objects into her vagina.

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Is it better to get pregnant with a friend or anonymous donor sperm?

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Discuss with partner: If you are in a relationship. There are benefits and risks either way. Will the friend want to, or will you want him to be involved with the future child's care and/or wellbeing. Is or will the friend be in a relationship which might have some bearing on the situation, i.e. Being upset?. Advantage of friend is u know his medical background, personality traits +s &-s. Then u & ?Partner must decide.
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How much sperm is needed to get pregnant?

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See below: Technically, you only need 1 sperm to penetrate an egg. So, the short answer is 1. However, in each ejaculate, there are probably millions trying to be the first to fertilize a released egg.
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I have a neighbor who humped her jacket & now she's thinking she's pregnant cause if no sign of period. Thinking somebody could've put sperm on it.?

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Sounds like a...: Sounds like a conspiracy theory. Did anyone out there know beforehand that the jacket-humping was going to happen? If not, then consider the theory debunked.
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Can sperm travel through two pairs of underwear and get me pregnant?

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Not likely: While nothing is impossible, not only would the sperm have to get through 2 pairs of underwear, it would then have to get inside your vagina, through the cervix and through the fallopian tubes to meet with your egg. So - while not impossible i suppose, incredibly unlikely. Start using reliable birth control and good luck!
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Can you get pregnant from hot tub jets? I sat on top of the jets in a 104 f hot tub and orgas... Could you get pregnant from that? From loose sperm?!

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No: No. This is not possible.

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