Good news! You cannot get pregnant from oral sex. However, if semen gets on your vulva external genitalia or in your vagina, it is possible to get pregnant. This could happen during oral sex if your partner ejaculated came on your vulva, or you or your partner touched the semen and then immediately touched your vulva or vagina.
Can You Get Pregnant from Swallowing? And 13 Other Sex Questions, Answered
Can You Get Pregnant from Swallowing? And 13 Other Qs About Sex
The only way for pregnancy to occur is if sperm comes in direct contact with the vagina. Semen in mouth — pregnant? To err on the side of caution, you could always use a dental dam or other barrier method when you or your partner go down the second time. According to Planned Parenthood, the pull-out method is so difficult to perform perfectly that about 1 out of every 5 people who rely on withdrawal become pregnant. How effective is pulling out? Doubling up with another birth control method, such as the pill or an IUD , can help reduce your risk for pregnancy.
Crazy But True: She Got Pregnant From ... Oral Sex
It's crazy, unbelievable, shocking--but the amazing story of a woman who got pregnant from gasp oral sex is true, say health experts. ABC News is reporting a story of a teen in Africa, who in was 15 years old and gave birth to a baby boy. Here's the thing: She didn't know she was pregnant, and she didn't have a vagina, due to a rare birth defect called Mullerian agenesis. The article goes on to explain that her medical records show that she had been in the hospital days earlier the average pregnancy lasts days to be treated for stab wounds to the stomach an ex-boyfriend had spotted her in the act, performing oral sex on a new boyfriend, and he stabbed her.
Clue is on a mission to help you understand your body, periods, ovulation, and so much more. Start tracking today. There are lots of myths and misconceptions about how pregnancy happens. Misinformation can cause unnecessary fear around sex and our bodies, and lead to unplanned pregnancies. Read on to get informed, so you can make the best decisions for you about sex, protection, and pregnancy.