Non-pregnancy pregnancy probability (cooper amount) No-con vagina assessment
Q: A woman in her late teens. Three days after my period, I went to my boyfriend’s house, ate Oh Tae-sik’s sunflower chicken (Jo Pan-soo’s seasoned chicken), and lied in bed kissing, and got into a relationship. We decided not to have a concert.
It’s been 6 days. I peed and wiped it with a tissue, and brownishness came out. I hope it’s not frostbite. Will there be a high probability of getting pregnant with Cooperative fluid during non-pregnancy? Should I test it with a limtegi?
A: If you had a relationship three days after menstruation, there is little chance of pregnancy. From now on, please enjoy it after thorough contraception.
It is very unlikely to get pregnant through Cooper’s fluid, but sometimes it can be mixed with sperm. Even if you have an implantation, the implantation blood does not come out six days after the relationship. You don’t have to worry too much. If you’re really worried, it’s a good idea to take a test with a pregnancy test. How to use a limtegi is simple. Two weeks after the last relationship, you can take the first urine in the morning.