Can you get pregnant from inserting sperm in your vagina by hand?


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2011-03-07 18:38:25
2011-03-07 18:38:25

Sure, it's possible...but not especially likely since the sperm are likely to be dried/damaged.

Secondly, you should ask yourself why you are doing this, as you don't want to start a life long relationship based on dishonesty.

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Yes it is possible, that if a woman has sperm on her hand and rubs it against her vagina accidentally/purposefully, she does have a small chance of getting pregnant.

You definitely need sperm to get pregnant. Just masturbating will NOT get you pregnant.

No. You can get pregnant when sperm is introduced into the vagina and although this is usually from penetration it can also occur in other ways. Sperm are motile (able to move) and sperm from someones hand or sperm that has been ejaculated close to the vagina could enter by itself

yes, if a guy cums on your hand, and then you finger yourself, the sperm can travel up your vagina and you can get pregnant

pregnancy is caused by sperm uniting with an egg cell. That is the only way a woman can get pregnant. If theres no sperm on a boys hand, touching will not cause pregnancy.

Any time sperm may contact the vagina it is possible for the girl to get pregnant. If there is live sperm on your partners hand it is possible. However, when sperm exits the body it has a limited life span of approx 10 minutes.

Pre-cum doesn't have sperm in it so even if he touched the inside of your vagina, you would not get pregnant.

He would need to put the semen parts of his hands into your vagina. Just because he was close doesn't make the sperm teleport in there. If sperm leaked off and got in however there is a chance of getting pregnant.

No, you definitely won't get pregnant! (that's weird!) To get pregnant, you need sperm, which is why it's a penis and NOT your finger!edit: exception: you have sperm on your hand from giving a handjob for example, even precum can contain sperm so be careful

My hand carries the sperm to the vagina

No. You can only get pregnant if sperm is put into the vagina. Fingering that area (unless he has sperm on his hand from ejaculating) will not cause pregnancy

Wow, that is a lot of transferring. In answer to the question, yes sperm cna be transferred that way...but the odds of you getting pregnant are extremely, extremely low. Any time sperm comes into contact with a vagina there is a possibility of pregnancy.

If the man ejaculated even outside of the woman's vagina, if his sperm gets inside her vagina she can get pregnant. For example if you masturbate your partner to get him fully erect for sex and then he puts a condom on for sex, if you then touch your vagina with the same hand and it has pre-ejaculate on it you can get pregnant. This is from small amounts of sperm cells in his pre-ejaculate. Even if he uses a condom and it doesn't split or slip off and he doesn't ejaculate inside you.

Unfortunately yes. Penis' are just modes of transportation (sorry guys!) for sperm - they basically make sure the sperm gets in there. However, if you use your hand, you're ecentially doing the same thing. Your hand is a mode of transportation for the sperm. It's way less affective if you're trying to get pregnant, but if you're not, don't do it, it's not worth the risk.

Pre-ejaculate can contain some sperm. Sperm can live for a short amount of time outside the body. Wiping after urination could transfer some sperm from the hand to the vagina. Sperm can travel all the way up the vagina. It's safest to wash one's hands after a hand job.

Impregnation requires that a sperm cell come into contact with a woman's egg cell. Any activity that results in the contact of semen or seminal fluid with a woman's vagina can technically result in pregnancy. But simply touching a vagina with a clean hand (that is, a hand that doesn't have any semen or sperm cells on it) will not result in pregnancy.

Regardless of how fresh semen is inserted into the vagina you risk pregnancy. Even with a hand.

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