“But he didn’t cum inside me, I don’t know how I got pregnant..”
I’m sure we have heard stories like this or even know people who got pregnant without having sex and we find it unbelievable and think they are lying about it but it may surprise you to know that you can actually get pregnant without having Penetrative sex.
This usually occurs with young girls of reproductive age cause they are very fertile.
Let’s have a quick chat on fertilization and Pregnancy
For fertilization to occur one ejaculated sperm must meet a ripened egg in the fallopian tube and fertilize it. Then Pregnancy occurs when the fertilized egg successfully travels down the fallopian tube to the uterus (womb) for implantation and starts growing.
Now here’s how Pregnant Virgins happen;
All you need is for the sperm to be at the vagina opening and they will swim so fast ( they are good swimmers).
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When a female is Ovulating (Approximately 14 days before menstruation) she releases ripened eggs from the ovary for fertilization and produces more Vaginia fluids in the vagina canal to allow sperm to swim freely into the vagina so if a man then ejaculates around the vagina opening chances are small but it is possible Pregnancy can occur.
A woman’s hymen has a small gap in it. Why is that? It’s the aperture through which the menstrual flow can pass each month. So in almost all females, this small hole exists making it possible for sperm to get through an intact hymen.
Pregnant virgin: HE HAS A GOOD PULL OUT GAME (WITHDRAWAL METHOD) I’M SURE I CANT GET PREGNANT!!!
Even before a man ejaculates fully he produces a fluid known as PRECUM and studies have shown that the fluid has 16.7% of active sperm in it which can fertilize eggs and give rise to Pregnancy. So good pull out game or not doesn’t assure you of not getting pregnant, the risk of Pregnancy is still likely to occur.
To put it Bluntly, if you don’t want to become a ‘pregnant virgin’ anytime soon, do research on birth control methods or speak to a doctor about birth control methods to use and also be sure to practice safe sex by testing your partner for STD’s /STI’S or using condoms for protection.