The surest and only way to be pregnant is by having s*x but they are some ways where it is possible to get pregnant without having s*x, even if you’re a virgin. That’s the submission of experts.
They warn that if you’re not planning on having a baby any time soon, it’s important to know what kind of s*xual behaviour might put you at risk of getting pregnant.
Gynaecologists say basically, it’s very possible to get pregnant if semen comes into contact with your v**ina at any point.
Here are some of the ways you can get pregnant without trying…
• Dry humping: This is the process whereby two people repeatedly move up and down and back and forth on top of each other fully clothed or missing various pieces. But the man-hood must not come in contact with the v**ina without some sort of fabric separating them. But even at that, gynaecologists warn that a woman can still get pregnant without being penetrated or even undressed. According to sexperts, it’s possible for a woman to become pregnant from dry humping – even if she hasn’t removed her underwear! This is because sperm can soak through lingerie. So, know from now on that grinding (aka dry s*x/humping) really puts you at risk of accidental pregnancy, although it is rare.
• Breastfeeding: A popular myth is that active or exclusive breastfeeding prevents new mothers from conceiving a second time around. However, physicians warn that this isn’t true! They say that contrary to whatever you may have been told, breastfeeding is NOT a natural contraceptive and it cannot decrease your chances of becoming pregnant soon after giving birth.
• No Release: Many couples think that using the “pull out” method will stop them from having a baby, but you can still get pregnant, even if a man hasn’t ejaculated at all. This is because pre-Release fluid that oils the man-hood during foreplay contains a small amount of semen which can fertilise an egg.
• Rhythm or calendar method: Another popular s*x misconception is that a woman can’t get pregnant if a couple abstain from s*x when she’s in the most “fertile” part of her cycle. But physicians say a woman can, indeed, can get impregnated at any point during the month, including when she’s on her period.
• Using contraception: Ge this clear: no form of contraception is 100 per cent effective. Therefore, it’s still possible to conceive despite being on the pill or using a condom.
Source: ( Punch Newspaper )