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Answered 2014-11-24 02:34:54

Yes, sperm can enter the uterus without fertilizing the egg.

Just because a woman is fertile doesn't mean she will fall pregnant, there are a LOT of things that can go wrong to prevent pregnancy such as poor sperm quality or there not being enough sperm reaching the egg to fertilize it.

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