Medical experts have come up with facts to underscore the chances of getting pregnant without sex, and with lovers’ clothes on when they can’t keep their hands off each other, Daily Mail reports.
According to sex educators who bust the myths surrounding sexual conception, they insist a woman can get pregnant under the following conditions:
- You can get pregnant with dry humping, dressed and without penetration
While most quickies in the clubs and behind school buildings involve men dry-humping a lady without getting undressed and without actual penetration, doctors say it is possible for a woman to get pregnant when a man ejaculates in his underwear. The reason for this is because sperm can soak through a underwear and get a woman pregnant just be grinding against each other with clothes on, the Daily Star writes.
- Breastfeeding does not prevent a woman from getting pregnant
It is possible for many women to have sex and not become pregnant up to six months after having their babies, but breastfeeding does not prevent all women from getting pregnant. Breastfeeding can be a natural contraceptive for some, but sex during breastfeeding can get many others pregnant even a month after their baby delivery.
- The withdrawal method without any ejaculation can get you pregnant
Do not be deceived into thinking that withdrawing your penis before ejaculation occurs will never get a woman pregnant, because fact is pre-ejaculation fluid contains a small amount of semen which can still fertilize an egg.
“Pregnancy can happen even if the penis is pulled out before ejaculation as the small amount of semen in pre-ejaculation fluid can come into contact with the vagina,” Family Planning NSW explains.
- You can get pregnant during your ovulation, and menstrual period
Most couples believe it is not possible to get pregnant if a woman abstains from sex during her fertile or ovulation period, but this is not true. A woman can get pregnant any time of the month, and even during her menstrual period. So forget the rhythm or calendar method, because you could get period any time of the month regardless of ovulation and menstrual period.
- Contraceptive pills or condoms are not 100% effective
You must have been taught that contraceptive pills or condoms are 100% effective in preventing pregnancies, but this is not true because these things fail sometimes. Condoms leak or tear, and failure to comply with contraceptive rules may cause a pregnancy.
In the face of the above, the doctors note that a woman cannot get pregnant through oral or anal sex unless of course sperm comes near your vagina. It is also not possible to get pregnant 12 months after your menopause starts, meaning that one year into your menopause can rest your fears about getting pregnant.