The likelihood of getting pregnant without ejaculation?
I've popped in from another subforum and I've grown really curious about the likelihood of getting pregnant with and without ejaculation.
What is the likelihood of getting pregnant without ejaculating? Apparently there's a 25% chance to get pregnant per month, how much does it decrease if no ejaculation occured? I hate googlesearching and finding answers such as "YES IT'S POSSIBLE" because there is no further information explaining the % chances! It's getting a little frustrating!
So if you engage in sex and your partner does't ejaculate but you have sex 4 days later and the partner does (and you end up getting pregnant)...would you say getting pregnant would most likely be a result of having ejaculated or is the chance just as high when the partner did not ejaculate?
The chances of getting pregnant with no ejaculation is zero. If there is no ejaculation there is no sperm to get you pregnant. I would say with almost 100% certainty that the day your partner ejaculated is the reason you got pregnant.
There was no ejaculation whatsoever and so "pulling out in time" wasn't really something we had considered. I don't believe he urinated prior either. Would have ejaculating inside of me 2-3 days ago (7th) count ?
I don't think he ejaculated earlier during the day of the 10th, just the 2-3 days before on the 7th. Thank you so much for the insight! It's just nagged at me for so long- I really didn't want to put both situations at a 50-50 chance even though they are both likely to be slim chances.
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