Hi, If you got your period then there is no chance of pregnancy. If sperm came into contact with your vagina and you have not got your period then there is a chance of pregnancy but only a very very very tiny chance. Less than a 1% chance.
No. Full penetration is not needed in order for pregnancy to occur. The sperm in the semen which is released with any ejaculatory fluids, is what causes pregnancy. So even if your partners penis did not fully penetrate you, if any of his ejaculatory fluids (this is including pre-ejaculate) comes in contact with your vaginal area, you are at risk for pregnancy.
if you are in constant contact and you inhale the substances regularly , high chances they will.
Yes, it is a very remote possibility, but still possible. Semen can survive approximately 3 days and if it were to come in contact with the vagina pregnancy is possible, though very unlikely.
no, they will come out.
The shape of the eye surface may change in pregnancy. This can mean the lens does not fit. Many women wear contact lenses the whole pregnancy with no trouble.
No, you only need genital-genital contact to transmit chlamydia. You don't have to have penetration.
Yes, contact lenses do not stop you becoming a lifeguard or swimming
Yes, you can get goggles with contact lens in them!My eye doctor told me to get disposables contact lenses when swimming. I will be learning how to swim in a couple of months and nearsighted. With the 1 day disaposables contacts and googles, I am ready.
Yes, on contact.
if you are far along in your pregnancy mucus is normal.. nasty but normal if your not to far along contact your doctor
right then and there.
Yes, you can wear contact lenses for P.E ... and everything else except swimming and sleeping!!
Contact your doctor and let he or she decide wot you should do. -Aradia [Sil]
No. Contact your health care provider for an appropriate referral to talk about options for terminating a pregnancy.
No! contact with mayonaise during the pregnancy phase will cause you to erupt into opulent flames!!
Sexual assault in the 2nd degree means that sexual contact happened with no penetration. This can vary depending on the state.
Contact a doctor! Don't over drug yourself or it will be bad during your pregnancy.
not everyone has sighs of pregnancy, that's why pregnancy is very tricky but if u missed a period and your pregnancy test is positive pretty much your pregnant but if your still not sure contact your doctor
Infants can contract HIV through breastmilk or while in utero. Also, a baby could contract the virus by coming into contact with tainted body fluids (blood, semen, etc.) However, there are medications HIV positive mothers can take during pregnancy that can reduce the likelihood of transmission to the fetus.
You can't get chlamydia from a swimming pool. Chlamydia is spread by sexual contact with someone who's infected. You can get it from oral, anal, or vaginal sex; genital-genital contact; sharing sex toys; or birth to an infected woman.
As long as there was no entering of the vagina, no chance of pregnancy. There has to be penetration and sperm within the vagina. An Ammendment Actually the above is not entirely accurate. Pre-seminal fluids can be present and sperm cells can be present. Any time an unprotected penis get's near enough to a vagina to actually touch it, there is a risk, albeit slim, of pregnancy. Best practice is to wear a condom or avoid penis to vagina contact if pregnancy is not the desired end result.
A non-contact sport is a sport where the players do not come into contact with one another at all. They are separated. Non-contact sports include swimming, bowling, volleyball, skiing, tennis, etc.
Yes, sperm are present in pre-ejaculatory fluid. Hence it is entirely possible for a woman to become pregnant even if the man does not actually ejaculate. If you want to avoid pregnancy, any contact between genitals (up to and including penetration) should only happen with protection.