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pregnancy without intercourse.

hi, im curious about the issues i got lately, about pregnancy without intercourse.. is it really possible? is it really true that if the sperm get around female vagina, it can swim from out side to the vagina and cause pregnancy?
Wed, 11 Aug 2010
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  Anonymous's Response
I have also heard things like what you are describing..pregnancy from sperm deposited around vagina rather than in it. I find it tough to swallow though. The sperm needs the rest of the fluid in the semen to swim in. So pregnancy without actual take is that it is impossible..well ok..almost impossible.
  Anonymous's Response
hi iam 32 yrs i got one son he is now 7 yrs iam trying to get second but i was failed i did what was possible every thing now what happen the fegg is not growing and it is not repacned iam trying to do IVF can it possible to me pls advance me that should i do ot not
  User's Response

there is a term use for "pregnency without intercourse", kindly tell me the term,
\thanks Dr. Hazirm

  User's Response

there is a term use for "pregnency without intercourse", kindly tell me the term,
\thanks Dr. Hazirm

  User's Response
Yes, you definitely can.It's called artificial insemination.You seem to be quite happy about knowing this !! This has been in existence for a long time and a preferred way of getting pregnant through IVF route.
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