No the vaginal pain is caused by the dryness of the vagina., and it will hurt during intercourse.
painful sexual intercourse, vaginal pain, frequent need to urinate, burning or itching in the vaginal area, persistent unusual vaginal discharge
No, pregnancy only occurs with vaginal intercourse.
It is when a womens egg is fertilized by a mans sperm following vaginal intercourse.
Vaginal intercourse or fingering with sperm on fingers.
1-stay a virgin2-don't have vaginal intercourse
* stress * birth control * vaginal infections * vaginal dryness * doctor performed procedures * first time intercourse
* feeling of fullness, pressure, or pain in the abdominal area * irregular, delayed or extremely painful periods * painful intercourse * abdominal swelling * urinary problems * infertility * spotting * vaginal pain * unusual vaginal discharge that is creamy or egg-white in nature * breast tenderness * rarely, fever and nausea * sometimes there are no symptoms
Pregnancy on the IUD is unusual. Bleeding with the IUD is not a special sign of pregnancy. If you think you might be pregnant, take a pregnancy test.
It is possible.
No, pregnancy can only occur with vaginal intercourse. There is no food/drink that can make you pregnant without it.
Maybe mabye not it depense on you have been doing.
Yes you can get anal genital herpes by vaginal intercourse.
It is perfectly normal for semen to overflow from the vaginal passage after intercourse. The overflowed semen liquifies within 3 to 5 minutes and is of no use. Couples need not worry about this, as there will be more than enough semen in the Vaginal passage to induce pregnancy.
If it's a high risk pregnancy the doctor will tell you. Otherwise sex is encouraged while pregnant.
If the man ejaculates during vaginal intercourse, whether or not he's erect, there's a chance of pregnancy.
Vaginal secretion for smooth intercourse
I would say only if you cut a hole in it and the male have sex with the pineapple instead of vaginal intercourse with the female. Then there'd be no chance of pregnancy.
that is puberty
The vaginal irritation can be a infection and not related to any pregnancy but if you are late and have had unprotected intercourse, there is a risk.
What you have described could be more succinctly called female infertility. It means that a woman is not able to have babies.
Urination does NOT wash sperm away because women urinate and have intercourse from different places. Please be responsible and always use a condonm before ANY vaginal intercourse that is not intended to cause pregnancy.
Yes, increase in vaginal moisture is normal in pregnancy.