There are a huge number of myths around sex, and at times it becomes difficult to understand what's true and what's not. Here is a list of some of the myths and facts regarding sex:
Fact: It is possible to get pregnant during your periods. Sperm may live for up to seven days, so if you ovulate after a week of your period, you can get pregnant. It's not safe to have sexual intercourse during your period unless you're using contraception for protection.
Fact: Usually, maximum STDs are contracted by unprotected sexual activities. Having unprotected sex anywhere with a person already infected may give you STDs. Water cannot stop the spread of any STD.
Fact:: You can never get pregnant from oral sex, even if you swallow sperm.
Fact:: You can catch an STI if you go for unprotected oral sex.
Fact:: It’s not true. Prior to a man ejaculates, he discharges fluid from his penis which contains sperm and can simply result in pregnancy.
Fact:: You can get pregnant anytime if a sperm fertilizes an egg.
Fact:: Again, the fact is that you can get pregnant anywhere, any time and in any position if a sperm fertilizes an egg.
Fact:: You can take a range of STIs from woman to woman sexual activities. It is very important to always have protected sex, no matter who you're having sex with.
You Can Visit your nearest Sexual Health Expert to get more details about Sex and related myths