i n my partner had sex today n he came inside me.but i didnt get to d stage of orgasm..he says...
only if we both come thn there r chances of gettng pregnant..i had my last periods on 22dec n it lasted till 24..thn i had ipill after sex on 29dec n had bleedng on 5jan it was for 2 days..i wanna know is this right that if i dont come there is no chances of gettng pregnant..plz help....
You're partner is telling you fibs or is simply not very knowledgable about conception - female orgasm is not necessary for pregnancy. It sounds like it's time to sort out some proper contraception before you get pregnant and to learn about conception: http://hubpages.com/hub/how-to-avoid-pr … t-pregnant
Though female orgasm MAY increase the chances of pregnancy, during orgasm your cervix dips down into your vaginal canal, dipping into your partners semen.
This question was asked over a year ago - I'm curious if we could have a follow up - is there a baby on the scene now?
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