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How can a man get a woman pregnant?

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โˆ™ 12y ago

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The normal cycle is 28 days long. Day one is the first day the period starts. The period can last from 2 to 8 days but normally somewhere in between. 14 days after the first day, ovulation occurs and the new egg is produced. If this egg is not fertilised then the body discards it and begins producing a new one. It sheds the unfertilised egg by having the period. This is day one of the next cycle. The only safe time is, after the period starts until day 11 of the cycle. You must be careful though because if you have unprotected sex at any time after day 11 of the cycle the sperm can linger inside and meet the egg and fertilise it after ovulation. Also, if the cycle is a shorter one say 26 days, then ovulation takes place on day 13 of the cycle. Hope this helps.

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โˆ™ 12y ago

Hate to break it to you, but a woman can get pregnant at any time of the month. Sometimes are more likely than others, but there is always a chance. Looks like someone is going to be a mommy. Good luck.

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โˆ™ 14y ago

The short answer is, he can't. The only way in which a man can incubate an embryo, and carry it to full term as a developing foetus, is if a fertilised ovum is placed within his abdominal cavity and allowed to root the placenta into the interior wall. This is an EXTREMELY DANGEROUS PROCEDURE, and carries a high risk of death for both parties. In such a circumstance, the unborn baby is not contained within a womb but is merely under the skin of the man's abdomen, making it extremely vulnerable and at risk of all manner of injuries, deficiencies and problems. No responsible medical or surgical team would ever contemplate the notion of undertaking the procedure of 'impregnating' a man. It has been done in the Far East a couple of times, but to universal condemnation and with considerable difficulties for the men involved. It is possible for men AND women to incubate an embryo in it's early stages of development, in many parts of the body and not just in their bellies- under the armpit, for example. However, it obviously can only grow to full term in an area that is big enough to accomodate a full-term foetus. Thomas Beatie, the much-publicised American 'pregnant man', is not really a man, but a woman who has had a partial sex-change. 'He' had his breasts removed and a 'penis' created by plastic surgery, and also had hormone treatment to give him facial hair, but retained 'his' female reproductive organs. It was thus possible to make him pregnant by IVF using his wife's egg fertilised by donor sperm. The amount of hormone imbalances that his body will have had to cope with during all of this (during the sex-change and then again when he'd have had to have had female hormone treatment to enable him to carry the embryo) carries a risk of cancers in later life, and one wonders whether he'll feel it to have all been worth it in the long run. The short answer is, he can't. The only way in which a man can incubate an embryo, and carry it to full term as a developing foetus, is if a fertilised ovum is placed within his abdominal cavity and allowed to root the placenta into the interior wall. This is an EXTREMELY DANGEROUS PROCEDURE, and carries a high risk of death for both parties. In such a circumstance, the unborn baby is not contained within a womb but is merely under the skin of the man's abdomen, making it extremely vulnerable and at risk of all manner of injuries, deficiencies and problems. No responsible medical or surgical team would ever contemplate the notion of undertaking the procedure of 'impregnating' a man. It has been done in the Far East a couple of times, but to universal condemnation and with considerable difficulties for the men involved. It is possible for men AND women to incubate an embryo in it's early stages of development, in many parts of the body and not just in their bellies- under the armpit, for example. However, it obviously can only grow to full term in an area that is big enough to accomodate a full-term foetus. Thomas Beatie, the much-publicised American 'pregnant man', is not really a man, but a woman who has had a partial sex-change. 'He' had his breasts removed and a 'penis' created by plastic surgery, and also had hormone treatment to give him facial hair, but retained 'his' female reproductive organs. It was thus possible to make him pregnant by IVF using his wife's egg fertilised by donor sperm. The amount of hormone imbalances that his body will have had to cope with during all of this (during the sex-change and then again when he'd have had to have had female hormone treatment to enable him to carry the embryo) carries a risk of cancers in later life, and one wonders whether he'll feel it to have all been worth it in the long run.

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โˆ™ 10y ago

He has to see if his sperm are active and if he makes enough. A doctor has to ask a lab to do these tests.

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โˆ™ 13y ago

He inseminates her.

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โˆ™ 12y ago

Have sex with her without a condom.

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