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Answered 2011-05-30 06:04:59

Nothing at all other than a mess inside you. Semen will not harm your fetus or uterus.

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Semen from pre-ejaculate or ejaculate cannot come in contact with your reproductive organs at all to ensure no pregnancy.

Pregnancy occurs when sperm reaches the egg in the ovaries. So if a male does ejaculate while the penis is in the vagina, then there is a good possibility that she can become pregnant.

Well you can't get pregnant since you already are but if you want to protect yourself from STDs you need to use condoms.

Only if he has an STD or you consider pregnancy a problem.

Yes there can be as usually when you ejaculate you still thrust which causes ejaculate to be spread about inside and out.

YES, there is nothing wrong with having sex and leaving ejaculate in the vaginal canal when a women is pregnant, as long as she is comfortable, it is perfectly okay.

Not necessarily. Women can use birth control methods or other protection to prevent pregnancy.

If he has been inside you without protection there is a risk for pregnancy, even if he does not ejaculate in you.

A man will ejaculate millions of sperm. Only one of these sperm are needed to make a woman pregnant. Therefore even the tiniest bit of ejaculate can cause pregnancy.

Yes, no problem. The growing baby is safely held inside the womb protected by a closed cervix and a bag of fluid. If the woman did happen to miscarry it would not be anything to do with have ejaculate inside her.

You might not even have a hymen and even if you do it wont cover the whole opening. The menstruation blood comes out through it. If he was inside you or at the opening there is always a risk for pregnancy, even if he didn't ejaculate since there is always pre-ejaculate.

Tampons do not cause pregnancy, the fact that a tampon was pushed up inside you have absolutely no relation to pregnancy what-so-ever. If you had sex and ejaculate got into your vagina there is a chance of pregnancy, but as long as you used emergency contraception chances are slim.

Pre-cum is the male's contribution to lubrication of the vagina during heterosexual intercourse. It is EXTREMELY HIGHLY LIKELY to be produced during arousal, foreplay, and intercourse. Always, ALWAYS assume that pre-cum contains sperm, except when it comes from sterilized males. Always, ALWAYS assume that even if the male does not ejaculate inside the vagina, pre-cum will remain there and be a possible cause of pregnancy.

If ejaculate goes into the vagina during the fertile period it doesn't matter if semen dribbles out, there is a high chance of pregnancy. It only takes one sperm cell to cause pregnancy, there are millions of them in small amounts of semen

There is just as much of a possibility of you becoming pregnant if the man had ejaculated inside of you because there is pre-ejaculate, I am sure, that was inside of you. Pre-ejaculate contains sperm as well. If you are not ready to become pregnant then I would suggest you either get on birth control or he use condoms. The withdrawal method is about the most ineffective way to prevent pregnancy.

Yes. Birth control pills are about 98% effective in preventing pregnancy. So he can ejaculate inside of you, but keep in mind that there is still a 2% risk of pregnancy.

No, the semen has to come inside of her vagina.

Hemorrhaging is the scientific name for bleeding, either inside the body or out of it. So it means bleeding during pregnancy, and probably beacuse of the pregnancy in some way.

In the amniotic sac which is inside the uterus.

Yes. Men ejaculate inside the condom. That is what a condom is for, and why you should hold the end as you put it on. That way, it leaves room for the ejaculate. You would hate for it to ooze out from between the condom and the penis.

Even if he did not ejaculate inside her there is still a risk for pregnancy since pre-ejaculate contains sperms as well. So yes, she could be pregnant. She have to take a test. Trying to pull out in time is not a method unexperienced teen should use. Stick to condoms and the pill.

you can ejaculate anywhere. anal is just one type of sexual position

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