No the sperm of the person you are having sex with while pregnant will have no effect at all on the baby.
In order to find out the sex of the baby the Gynecologist will tell you 20 weeks. Why they tell you this, it is because the vagina or penis is fully developed so it is more easier to identify the sex of your baby.
Yes. A woman can become pregnant after her first time. It is an old myth that a woman can not become pregnant after the first time.
Unless birth control was used properly, there is always a chance that she is pregnant.
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Abortion is the only option. (but that option is only open for a certain amount of time, you cant do it once your too far along)
a woman gets pregnant when a man ejaculates in her through her Virgina in her ovulation cycle when she must have released her egg.
Sex is recommended when pregnant. As long as she feels fine.
You Don't! Just sit back, take orders and don't take anything personal. Everything will run a lot smoother that way, The baby will be here before you know it.
It is when a womens egg is fertilized by a mans sperm following vaginal intercourse.
No, the baby in the womb changes around how the woman's body is shaped during the pregnancy and takes up space.
This comes from the uterus (womb) as the 'old' lining seperates and is 'flushed' away: ready for the new cycle to start.
close your eyes
No, because the egg is already being used for the other baby to grow in.
this can happen there has been cases but its very rare!
1992 a women fell pregnant 4 weeks apart (Taylor and Evan barth)
2007 3 weeks apart (ame and lia herrity)
2007 another 3 weeks apart (harriet and hnomes mullineux)
2009 2 and half weeks apart (todd and Julia grovenburg)
Sure. If it's not uncomfortable to you it's not dangerous.
as long as they are not severe
A woman in normal health can usually enjoy sexual relations if her doctor or midwife hasn't said that there is a clinical reason not to have relations.
Its best to have very gentle or even non penetrative sex in the first three months at the time when a woman would normally expect a menstrual period. If there is any pain or bleeding, sexual relations must be stopped until a doctor or midwife has given the mother a check up.
Towards the end of pregnancy there may simply not be enough room in the pelvis to accommodate a penis, especially if the baby's head is engaged.
Oral sex performed on a woman during pregnancy is dangerous due to the risk of an air embolism, which could be fatal.
Many couple enjoy a very healthy sexual relationship during pregnancy and this promotes love and relaxation. But it should never be forced. The baby is well insulated in the uterus and is unlikely to come to any harm in a healthy mother. If that were not so, the human race would probably have died out thousands of years ago.
If there are problems such as threatened miscarriage or an incompetent cervix or leaking of amniotic fluid, it is not advisable to have sexual relations.
Nothing reliable, just superstition.
The sperms need some time to make new ones and if you do it every day the new ones wont be as many. Better to concentrate on the days you ovulate.
yes if you have unprotected sex and the guy ejectulates into the girl she can get pregnant her climaxing before the guy does not stop pregnancy just like if the girl is on top she can still get pregnant if she does not want to get pregnant there are condoms use them
Because every females cycle is different, it's difficult to predict. I will always say that you have a chance of becoming pregnant if you are having sex whether it be protected or unprotected, although contraception (i.e condoms, birth control pills, etc) greatly reduces your risk of pregnancy. Because every woman's menstrual/ovulation cycle is different, it is nearly impossible to be able to predict your exact date of your most fertile period without tests/ovulation kits. To prevent pregnancy, you should definitely use contraception (contraception is cheaper than becoming pregnant and raising the child or having an abortion). In case you might have conceived, you should be on the lookout for pregnancy symptoms. Your symptoms of pregnancy will usually appear anywhere from the first week of your expected period to 1-2 weeks after your first week of expected period. Your first signs of pregnancy most commonly include missed period, tender/swollen breasts, change in color of the breasts, fatigue, nausea/vomiting, increased sense of smell, and weight gain. Here is a link to a website that will calculate the probability of your pregnancy: http://www.thepregnancytest.com/ To ensure the best results for a home pregnancy test: * Take the test in the morning, if possible, because your hCG (pregnancy hormone) levels are at it's highest * Don't drink a bunch of fluids before taking the test because it will dilute your urine and can affect the results * Take the test no more than 1 day before expected period. OR 14 days after intercourse (sex). Although some test say that you can see results up to 5 days before your missed period, the percentage of accuracy is very low. * urinate for as long as possible on the foam-like strip * Check the results in the window frame of time suggested by the instructions of the pregnancy test.
Sometimes you can at the second round of ultrasounds (bout 18-20wks) but there are no guarantees that the baby will be in the right position to see or whether what the ultrasound person says is correct - it just a good educated guess.
there's a better chance you'll die in child birth...
i would have to say maybe and maybe not cause when you loose the mucus plug you are open to infection that is your cervix is begining to dialte so be cautious
If you had unprotected sex you are always at risk to get pregnant no matter if its from a one nighter/your bf/or any other male (unless they are unable to make a women pregnant). It is POSSIBLE to have your period and still be pregnant!! I personally know this.. (google it) and it is also possible to have a neg test and be pregnant because of how early you into the pregnancy thus meaning having low levels of HCG (Pregnancy Hormone). I recommend you go to your obgyn and try to find out exact dates. It could be either It is best to be honest with your family/doctor/bf/anyone else that is important during this time because lying and holding off pregnancy news and details about it is only going to hurt worse in the end when everyone eventually finds out about the pregnancy (if you are choosing to have the baby). If you feel that your baby has even the slightest possibility of being from another person other then your bf/lover/etc.. then it is best to get a DNA test and find out to be sure, then to put yourself/your bf/your family/your lover/your baby or anyone else through the pain and embarrassment of not truly knowing who the father of your baby might be.
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