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What causes genitals to change color in pregnancy?

What causes genitals to change color in pregnancy?

Increased blood flow: Increased blood flow and changes in hormones can cause the genitals to change color in pregnancy. ...Read more

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Dr. Milroy Samuel
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Pregnancy (Definition)

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


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It was not intercourse, can just touching each other with genitals cause pregnancy. It was on 1st april, i don, t have any pregnancy symptoms.

It was not intercourse, can just touching each other with genitals cause pregnancy. It was on 1st april, i don, t have any pregnancy symptoms.

It is possible.: Pregnancy can be caused by touching genitals if the male partner ejaculates. It is less likely than with intercourse but contraception should be used with all sexual activity involving genital contact. ...Read more

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Doctor, can rubbing genitals against each other cause pregnancy? I'm very sorry if this is a waste of your time..

Doctor, can rubbing genitals against each other cause pregnancy? I'm very sorry if this is a waste of your time..

Here are some...: No Q for health concern is time-wasting; glad you inquired. Your reported scenario should pose an zero odd to conceive in considering the high fastidious requirements of sperms' survival. Nonetheless, nowadays, all sexually active females should do HPT in a wk after missing the "normally" expected period and repeat it in another wk if the first test is (-) & still in doubt. ...Read more

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Could genital herpes cause problems during pregnancy?

Could genital herpes cause problems during pregnancy?

Yes : Genital herpes can be problematic for pregnant women because of the possibility of vertical transmission during vaginal delivery. This is why women with vaginal herpes outbreaks require c-sections, and suppressive therapy around the time of delivery is used to prevent outbreaks. Neonatal herpes can lead to infection to the baby's skin, eyes, mouth, or central nervous system. ...Read more

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How can genital herpes cause problems during pregnancy?

How can genital herpes cause problems during pregnancy?

Primary outbreak: A first time infection with herpes during pregnancy is very serious since the virus can go from your blood stream through the placenta and cause an infection of the baby which can then cause long-term damage. Secondary or recurrent infections with HSV do not infect the baby unless you are actively shedding virus at the time of a vaginal delivery. Medications can minimize that risk. ...Read more

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Can just skin-skin contact in the genital area(wet with semen), cause pregnancy? There were no penetration though...

Can just skin-skin contact in the genital area(wet with semen), cause pregnancy? There were no penetration though...

Very risky: Semen containing sperm can enter vagina if semen reaches inner labia. Semen can get sucked into vagina if she spreads her thighs when there is semen on or in the "crack" between the labia. This was more than just "skin-skin" contact. Condoms cost far less than babbies! ...Read more

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Can having genital herpes cause periods during pregnancy?

Can having genital herpes cause periods during pregnancy?

No: Genital herpes and periods are not linked. If you have a flare up of herpes and ur skin breaks down tht can cause bleeding at the site of the lesion. However, herpes in itself dont cause periods. Best wishes Dr M ...Read more

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If sperm was ejaculated on her back and wiped off with tissue then she took a shower. Could the water drain off to genital area and cause pregnancy?

If sperm was ejaculated on her back and wiped off with tissue then she took a shower. Could the water drain off to genital area and cause pregnancy?

Very unlikely: The issue would be if you didn't use a condom during actual intercourse. Most men produce small amounts of precum during sex. Each drop contains about 20 million sperm. This is why so many couples get pregnant with withdrawal. The semen on her back however, very unlikely to cause pregnancy based on how you wiped it off. Dry air kills sperm ...Read more