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Chance: yes. Realistic: no where in hell. Semen don't have any form of intelligence when trying to reach the egg to fertilize, so every movement is basically random. The semen in question would need to penetrate the fabric of whatever they are wearing, find and enter the vagina, survive the long way and very hostile environment and still hit the egg. ...


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As far as I remember, in Poland it takes couples, on average, three months to get pregnant. It means that having sex several times during the fertile part of the cycle, having the full amount of ejaculated sperm inside the vagina/uterus still gives about one-in-three chance of getting pregnant. While dry humping could somehow possibly maybe get the couple ...


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Beofett linked to a great answer above. Let me add a few observations of my own: First of all, what you plan is different from what you get. Many biological reasons can cause it to take a long time, even years, for the first baby to arrive. And there's no guarantee against such difficulties for the following babies, either. Or you might get two or three all ...


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We had our two children four years apart, and that has proven ideal for us, though each was much later what we originally wanted. They are separated enough to not compete, but close enough to be best friends (now 15 and 19). Plan to be flexible. Many people plan on having children at a particular time, and it just doesn't work out. Sometimes it just takes ...


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During the first two weeks of pregnancy there is very exchange of substances between the mother and the embrio. And the pregnancy, by definition, actually starts at the moment the woman supposed to have her period. So one may say that the first three weeks are actually quite safe in regards to drinking or other substances use or abuse. After that, however, ...


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While you asked about pro/con of more children, I am going to take a step back and puzzle something out of the arguments you presented. Note that your arguments are either very logical (bigger house, more money) or a little constructed (as someone pointed out - age gap and time to kids doesn't really work like that). A side note: One thing you have not ...



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