Speaking only of females; Every virgin owns a vagina but not every vagina belongs to a virgin. A vagina is female genitalia while a virgin is someone (male or female) who has not engaged in sexual relations.
No,some women never have it.Some have it for a few weeks while others have it their whole pregnancy. And all of them are normal. Every woman is different and every pregnancy is different.
No you can not. There's the risk for infection that would be too close to the womb and the vagina can also swell during the pregnancy so the piercing would hurt and need to be removed.
If the male ejaculates while the penis is near the vagina it would be possible but not likely for the girl to become pregnant.
can i use vaseline while pregnancy
No it is not possible for a virgin to get pregnant while abstaining from sex. In order for pregnancy to happen, a woman must have vaginal sex. Semen must enter the vagina in order for pregnancy to be probable. Without penetration of a penis into a vagina with a release of ejaculate, there is no way for a woman to become pregnant. A virgin who abstains from vaginal sex cannot get pregnant. Oral sex and anal sex cannot lead to pregnancy unless semen somehow leaks into the vagina. At any point where semen enters the vagina, pregnancy is possible. Virgins don't participate in vaginal sex(strict virgins don't participate in any form of sexual conduct) therefore they can't get pregnant.
Every woman and every pregnancy is different. Some women may leak as early as 4 weeks of pregnancy while others may not leak until after birth. If you have concerns you should speak with your dr.
Tingling in your fingers could be a sign of a pinched nerve in your spine, especially if you are not experiencing tingling anywhere else. It can also be caused by restriction of the blood flow in the arm, especially at the elbow, which could be caused by misalignment while typing on a keyboard or overuse of a computer mouse.
No, this is very unlikely. The penis must be in or at least at the entry to the vagina with nothing between the two. The male must also ejaculate, or at least pre-ejaculate for any chance of a pregnancy.
No, every woman is different and every pregnancy is different some women experience more or less nausea changing with every pregnancy she has. So just because you have less nausea doesn't mean you will miscarry so just relax and enjoy your good luck!
Same as when not on Mirena, get a pregnancy test & find out
"Every once in a while" is correct.