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Its late in my mensuration about 5-6 days. I have sex but accidentally pre-ejaculatory fluid come in, What is the chance of getting pregnant?

By Anonymous September 29, 2015 - 11:58pm
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I have "anemia" and deficiency of iron will it be a cause of late in pregnancy? I want to avoid motherhood what i should do now? (I have sex before 15 days)

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Hello Anonymous,

Welcome to EmpowHER. Thank you for coming to us with your questions regarding the possibility of having become pregnant and the effect of iron deficiency anemia on a pregnancy.

If your menstrual cycles are normally regular, and you do not start your period by October 1, please take a home pregnancy test. Test in the morning and use the first urine of the day.

It is debatable if pre ejaculate fluid contains sperm.

There might be sperm that are still “left over” in the urethra from a previous ejaculation earlier that day or either in the encounter because of masturbation or sexual activity with a partner.

Thus if sperm are “left over” in the urethra and then a man’s Cowper’s glands release pre-ejaculatory fluid, and it comes forth to the tip of the penis during arousal, then there is a chance that some sperm could be carried in this fluid and get into his partner’s body, if they are having intercourse without a condom. If this man voids or urinates between ejaculations, the sperm is released.

Scientific research has found sperm present in pre-ejaculate fluid. So, it is advisable for men to wear a condom prior to any genital contact.

Anonymous, if you are not ready to have a baby, then please, start using birth control each and every time you have a sexual encounter.

Current knowledge indicates that iron deficiency anemia in pregnancy is a risk factor for preterm delivery and subsequent low birth weight, and possibly for inferior neonatal health. Data are inadequate to determine the extent to which maternal anemia might contribute to maternal mortality.

Anonymous, when you are ready to become pregnant, it is important that your iron levels are within normal limits. This can be achieved with diet and iron supplements.


September 30, 2015 - 8:22am
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