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Hi. If the guy came inside the vagina but some only of the sperm was released inside and the rest is on the outside(stomach part). Is there a high chance of pregnancy? I think the sperm inside was just 15% and the rest was outside.


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replied June 15th, 2018
Getting Pregnant Answer A64002
Hi, and thanks for your query on eHealth forum!

Technically if sperms enter vagina around the ovulation date, it can make the woman pregnant. The more the number of times a woman has sex during her fertile period, higher is the chance of pregnancy.
Hence, if you were just 3-4 days away from ovulation or you this episode within 24-48 hours of ovulation, then there is a pretty increased risk of pregnancy.

However, if you were in your infertile zone of menstrual cycle, you need not worry about pregnancy at all. Usually first and last week of a woman’s menstrual cycle is the safest time for unprotected sex.

Please consult your healthcare provider for further guidance. This reply to your query is just for education and counseling purposes and cannot be an alternative to actual visit and treatment by a doctor who can examine you. Hope this helped you in making an informed decision about your health. Take care!


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