GETTING PREGNANT, PREGNANCY,
DIFFICULT CHILDBIRTH, REIKI PAINLESS CHILDBIRTH FOR REIKI MOM'S.
CAN I GET PREGNANT
to your PAST LIFE
find out if ever you were pregnant?
Questions and Answers
1. Could I be pregnant if he inserted his penis into my
vagina an hour after he had ejaculated?
Possibly. After he has an orgasm, sperm can survive for some time inside the urethra, the tube
that carries semen out of the penis. If you want to have sex again, use contraception because a man's body is
always replenishing semen. Every time he inserts his penis into your vagina, there's a chance you could get
pregnant, since semen is released with every ejaculation.
2. Could I be pregnant if we had anal
No, as long as he doesn't spill any ejaculate close
to the vagina. However, if you have this kind of sex, remember that he shouldn't insert his penis into your
vagina right afterward. This could lead not only to pregnancy but also to a severe vaginal infection from
rectal bacteria. If you're going to switch to vaginal sex, have him change condoms, or better yet, wash and
then use a fresh condom.
3. Could I be pregnant if we had sex in a hot
Yes, but only if he inserts his penis into your vagina and ejaculates. If he ejaculates into
the water, the sperm will die.
4. Could I be pregnant if he ejaculated in my mouth and I
5. Could I be pregnant if we had sex standing
Yes. Gravity will make it harder for the sperm to reach the egg, but pregnancy is still
6. Could I be pregnant if I had unprotected sex during my
Yes, because you could ovulate during your menstrual period and because sperm can live in a
woman's body for up to seven days. If you ovulate (release an egg from an ovary) within seven days after having
sex -- which is possible, especially if your monthly cycle is shorter than 28 days -- then you can get
7.Could I be pregnant if he penetrated me but without
Yes. Every time he inserts his penis into your vagina, there is a chance you could get
pregnant. Before he ejaculates there is a small amount of pre-ejaculate fluid with a high concentration of sperm
in it. It only takes one of those sperm to begin a pregnancy. He'll also release some semen into your vagina
even before he's about to have an orgasm. So withdrawing before orgasm doesn't
8. Could I be pregnant if he ejaculated on my upper thigh
or my belly button?
No. But make sure the ejaculate doesn't get close to your genitals. Pregnancy happens when a
sperm unites with an egg, which is released from a woman's ovary about two weeks before her next period is due
to start. Sperm must get on your genitals and into your vagina to have a chance of fertilizing an
9. Could I be pregnant if he ejaculated in my mouth and I
10. Could I be pregnant if we had anal
No, as long as he doesn't spill any ejaculate close to the vagina. However, if you have this
kind of sex, remember that he shouldn't insert his penis into your vagina right afterward. This could lead not
only to pregnancy but also to a severe vaginal infection from rectal bacteria. If you're going to switch to
vaginal sex, have him change condoms, or better yet, wash and then use a fresh
11. Could I be pregnant if he inserted his penis into my
vagina an hour after he had ejaculated?
Possibly. After he has an orgasm, sperm can survive
for some time inside the urethra, the tube that carries semen out of the penis. If you want to have sex
again, use contraception because a man's body is always replenishing semen. Every time he inserts his penis
into your vagina, there's a chance you could get pregnant, since semen is released with every
12. Could I be pregnant if he ejaculated several times in
one night before we had sex?
Yes, because even though his sperm count might be lower in his next ejaculate, there is still
a chance that there are viable sperm in there.
I be pregnant if there was no penetration but there was genital
Yes. Every time he ejaculates near the vagina,
there's a chance that sperm will enter
14. Could I be pregnant if he ejaculated on the outside of
Maybe. If no moisture seeps through, you can't get
pregnant. However, underpants are porous and sperm can penetrate them. So if your underpants are wet all the
way through, sperm could enter your vagina
15. Could I be pregnant if I'm still a
Yes. If your partner ejaculates near your vagina,
it's possible for sperm to enter and make you pregnant. (Even if your hymen is still intact, it's not a solid
16. Could I be pregnant if we didn't have
Yes. A woman can become pregnant without reaching orgasm and a man releases sperm even before
ejaculating, so pregnancy is possible in either situation.
17. Could I be pregnant if semen was on my hand and I
touched my genitals?
Yes. Sperm can survive outside the body for a short time, less than half an hour. Then they
dry out and die. However, you can never be sure so you still have to be careful. Washing your hands with soap
and water will kill any sperm.
18. Could I be pregnant if I've had lots of unprotected
sex before and have never gotten pregnant?
Yes. This doesn't mean that you're sterile. You could just be lucky so
15. Could I be pregnant if I got up right away and washed
my vagina using a bidet or by douching?
Yes. In fact, doing this might actually increase the chances of getting pregnant because it
pushes the sperm upward in the vagina, toward their target. Also, sperm may already be there by the time
16. Could I be pregnant if I had sex with a tampon in
Yes, because you never know how much semen it will
17. Could I be pregnant if I
carefully counted the days of my menstrual cycle to predict
Yes, you could become pregnant even if you're using this "rhythm method." There is no 100
percent safe time in a cycle to have unprotected sex. Ovulation occurs about 14 days before the next menstrual
period starts. A woman is potentially fertile for a week before and maybe one or two days after
Even a woman with a very regular cycle has a couple of cycles every year when
ovulation time is irregular. Since sperm can live inside you for six to seven days after sex, one of these
"surprise" ovulations could result in a pregnancy.
18. Could I be pregnant even though I'm taking the
Yes, but the chances are very low -- less than 1 percent.
19. Could I be pregnant if I forgot to take the Pill a
couple of weeks ago?
Yes. If you miss taking a birth control pill for 24 hours or more, there is a chance during
the rest of that cycle that you could become pregnant. Continue taking the pills that month, but use additional
contraception such as condoms.
20. Could I be pregnant if the condom
Yes. The closer you are to your ovulation date, the more likely you are to get pregnant if a
21. Could I be pregnant if the condom slipped off inside
22. Could I be pregnant if we used an old
Yes. An old condom is more likely than a new one to
have tiny holes in it or to break during sex because the latex may be breaking down. You can hold a condom in
front of a light to look for flaws before use -- but if the condom is so old that you have to do this, it's
better to use a fresh one. Throw out condoms when they reach the expiration date printed on the
23. Could I be pregnant if I only used contraceptive
Yes. Contraceptive gel is not meant to be used by itself. It requires additional
contraceptives, such as a condom or diaphragm, to be effective
24. Could I be pregnant if I had my first Depo-Provera
contraceptive shot last week?
Yes. For a month after the injection, you should use
25. Could I be pregnant if I have an
Yes, although the chance is less than 2 percent. An
IUD pregnancy is dangerous, so if you miss your period and especially if you have pelvic pain, call your
26. Could I be pregnant if he says he's
Maybe. If he tells you he's sterile because he never made anyone pregnant, that doesn't mean
he won't make you pregnant. Always use contraception unless you're absolutely
27. Could I be pregnant if he says he had a
If he's telling the truth about the vasectomy, then you can't get pregnant. But you need to be
100 percent sure, and it's never wrong to protect yourself until you know for
28. Could I be pregnant if I waited three days before
taking "morning after" pills?
Maybe. Emergency contraception -- "morning after" pills -- works up to 72 to 96 hours after
you had sex. But the longer you wait, the less effective this method will be at preventing pregnancy. Take the
pills as soon as possible after you have had unprotected sex.
29. Could I be pregnant if I took a home pregnancy test a week after unprotected sex and it was
Yes. At the earliest, a home pregnancy test will become positive 10 to 12 days after you
ovulate, but usually it takes 14 to 16 days. That means that you might be pregnant even if you have a negative
test a week after having sex.
The earliest that a home pregnancy test will become positive is also about the same
time you know that your period is late. That is, the test will work 14 days after ovulation occurs. So don't try a
test until after you're sure your period is late.
30. Could I be pregnant if I took a home pregnancy test
two weeks after sex and it was negative?
Unfortunately, a negative test might mean that you
did the test too early, or that you did it incorrectly. If your period is overdue but your home test is
negative, wait another week and take another test to be sure you aren't pregnant. If the new test is negative
and your period is at least two weeks overdue, then your period is late for some other reason and you should
see a doctor.
31. Could I be pregnant if I took a home pregnancy test
and it was positive?
Almost certainly. A positive test is correct 99 percent of the time. If you have any doubts,
take a second test a week later, or go see a doctor.
And, if you are pregnant, the earlier you begin prenatal care or pursue a termination
of the pregnancy -- an abortion -- the better.
32. My boyfriend/girlfriend says you can't get
pregnant the first time.
You can. And lots of girls
do. And when they do, they find they've screwed up their relationship with their parents and friends. Then
they find that it's difficult to get through school and college exams and life is just not the fun it should
be when there's a baby to be looked after. If you don't want a baby, then use a
33. I'll take it out before I
THAT DOESN'T WORK
While you're doing it, the
sperm that fertilises the ovum are often released without you even knowing it. And guys often find they've
simply lost the will power to withdraw before they finish. So don't take the risk, use a
34. My partner's
never been with anyone else before, so I can't catch anything.
HOW DO YOU KNOW THEY'RE TELLING THE
Some people are not responsible and may lie to you about their past, in order to reassure you.
The only way to really protect you against STD's and HIV is for the man to wear a condom. This will help
protect both the man and the woman, not only from HIV, the virus that can lead to AIDS, but also syphilis,
gonorrhoea and herpes. Only a condom can help prevent the spread of disease.
Connecting with Unborn Baby
of this book is to help readers to bond and connect with unborn babies at the earliest stage by practising seven
essential skills (e.g. communication, relaxation, visualization, mental imagery, accelerated learning, suggestion
skills and so on) and ten useful activities (e.g. pregnancy journal, love letters and so
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