Sign in
Download Opera News App





Preparing for pregnancy

How you can get pregnant without having sex

When trying to get pregnant, people frequently choose unprotected sexual activity. The conventional conception process could still fail, though, so that is still a possibility.

Having intimate relationship can be challenging for people with certain medical issues connected to fertility, and in some cases, an alternative method of conception may be necessary. Nobody should be denied the pleasures of parenthood because they are a single woman or a partner in a same-sex relationship. Even without engaging in intimacy, there are numerous methods for a woman to become pregnant.

According to Medicalnewstoday and Healthline, below are ways to get pregnant without having s£x.

1. In-Vitro Fertilization

In a rare instances, a mother might be in good enough health to take the child to term, but there might be a problem with the fertilisation process. IVF is really important in this situation. There are many infertility clinics across the nation that offer IVF, and the procedure is rather simple. The woman receives medication to increase her egg production, which is then harvested.

The eggs are then put in an environment where they can be fertilised by the woman's preferred sperm. After fertilisation, when an embryo has successfully formed, the uterus is opened using a catheter, and the embryos are placed inside. As the embryos try to establish themselves inside the uterus, some women experience some mild abdominal pain and cramping.

2. Insemination Within the Uterus

The turkey baster technique and IVF are combined in this rather sophisticated medical procedure, known as IUI. Couples with a male partner who has low fertility or lone women who are healthy enough to have a child frequently choose this option. During ovulation, the egg enters the uterus and waits for a sperm to fertilise it. The lady picks the sperm for IUI from a bank or a donor. Then, using a catheter, a medical expert places the sperm near the egg in the uterus.

Content created and supplied by: Healthtalkes (via Opera News )

Healthline Medicalnewstoday


Load app to read more comments