Sunday, February 7, 2010

Oral Sex + Knife Fight = Pregnancy!?!

Oral sex is not necessarily safe sex; and I am not just talking about diseases here. It is possible though extremely rare, that oral sex could lead to a pregnancy. It requires incredible timing and incredible accuracy; it also requires the misfortune of being stabbed with a knife, but the fortune of surviving the attack. If you still working on the pieces; women gives man oral sex, while the sperm is making its way down the gastrointestinal tract a knife wound makes a hole allowing a detour to the reproductive orgasm. In a double oddity, the pregnant girl had a rare medial condition making it impossible that she just made the whole thing up or was using the knife wound as an excuse. She had Mullerian Agenesis meaning she was born without a vagina.

http://abcnews.go.com/Health/Wellness/incredible-sperm-survived-oral-sex-knife-fight-impregnated/story?id=9732562

"In 1988, a 15-year-old girl living in the small southern African nation of Lesotho came to local doctors with all the symptoms of a woman in labor. But the doctors were quickly puzzled because, upon examination, she didn't have a vagina.

"Inspection of the vulva showed no vagina, only a shallow skin dimple," so doctors delivered a healthy baby boy via Caesarean, the authors wrote in a case report published in the British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

Her birth defect -- called Mullerian agenesis or Mayer-Rokitansky-K├╝ster-Hauser syndrome -- didn't necessarily surprise doctors, but her pregnancy did. Even the 15-year-old girl could not believe she was pregnant.

Yet by looking at her records the hospital staff realized the young woman was in the hospital 278 days earlier with a knife wound to her stomach. The average pregnancy lasts 280 days. After interviews, they gathered that "Just before she was stabbed in the abdomen she had practiced fellatio with her new boyfriend and was caught in the act by her former lover. The fight with knives ensued."
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"A plausible explanation for this pregnancy is that spermatozoa gained access to the reproductive organs via the injured gastrointestinal tract," the authors wrote.
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