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Pregnant Man Sperm
Slow sperm?: What does the fertility dr. Say? Assuming your "man" was tested and diagnosed with slow sperm, it depends on exactly how slow and if they will be able to 'swim to and' fertilize your egg. You may need ivf, etc. Ask the dr. That diagnosed your man with slow sperm your options that best give you a chance of getting pregnant. Best wishes. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
If you take a shower and sit directly on the floor right after a man showers+leaves send/sperm on floor, can you get pregnant?
Theoretically, yes.: Any time sperm/semen gets in the vicinity of your genitals, pregnancy can occur! If you are not wanting to take a chance, take Plan B if you are within the proper window of time. But better yet, see your doctor or visit Planned Parenthood to get on some reliable birth control so you won't have to worry. Good luck. LGromkoMD ...Read more
What do they do if it is found that the mans sperm is the reason that I am haveing problems geting pregnant?
Depend...: The factors in men is directly accountable in some 30% and indirectly, 20% for infertility as compared to directly, 50% and indirectly, 20% in women. So, evaluating infertility has to involve both man and woman. Tests start out with semen analysis with or without blood tests for hormones after history. For detail, go to see, talk, and work closely with your preferred expert.. Best... ...Read more
Does a very athletic man have much more chance of getting a woman pregnant (beacuse of better sperm)? or is it just a "Minimum Advantage"?
If a man pulls out too slow is it possible he got sperm inside?And if he wipes it off and puts it back in is there a possibility you can get pregnant?
I'm pregnant and I haven't had sex or had a sperm doner I haven't even been with a man and I don't know how I got pregnant?
A legal argument?: If your pregnancy is documented by testing of blood and ultrasound, one has to investigate how to become pregnant with detailed personal and social history; such process will be surely like a legal detective proceeding so to unveil the myth behind the fact of being pregnant. So, at this time, it is hard to point a finger to say how you got pregnant, but unfolding the truth through investigation. ...Read more
If a man drinks 6 or more beers a day will this make his sperm count low and if so will he be able to get a women pregnant in one night ?
What's the chance of getting pregnant on day 14 of your cycle without the man releasing sperm but the sex is unprotected ? Need to know asap
Some articles claim that "pre-cum" doesn't contain sperm itself .So why so many get pregnant using pull-out method, even when men pull out on time?
Here are some...: It is good to understand every event in life is a progressive continual process of full spectrum but still reflecting individual variation, which in turn reflects personal genetic and lifestyle difference. To explore more such life reality, take time to peruse articles in the category of Basics of Life Reality & Self-Care in http://formefirst.com/Basics-SelfImprovement.html. Best wish... ...Read more
What happens if you use two men's sperm on the same day?Is their any ill effects of having different men's sperm together(i don't mean pregnancy risk)
When man is discharge, sperms comes out which causes pregnancy.But what happens when female is discharging?What does it contain?Does it cause pregnancy
It helps: The discharge released from a woman during sex helps lubricate the vagina making intercourse more pleasurable. After your sperm enters the vagina, the discharge actually reduces the number of sperm that eventually can fertilize an egg. The weaker sperm are eliminated, assuring the higher quality dna sperm are more likely to fertilize the egg. ...Read more
See below: No absolute number, but the more the better. ...Read more