The general consensus is that having unprotected anal sex will not lead to pregnancy, right? WRONG. Okay, just before you all start panicking – I will say that it’s extremely unlikely, but it can happen.
It’s due a rare medical condition that affects about 1 in 25,000 women, and it’s called ‘cloacal malformation.’ A urologist at the Jersey Urology Group in Atlantic City explained that the condition is where the rectum, vagina and urethra aren’t formed correctly, failing to separate into three separate tubes. There is just one large tube, called a cloaca.
In her case, she’d had an operation to fix this, although it wasn’t completely successful. Unbeknownst to her, during the surgery a tiny hole was opened in her womb.
X-rays confirmed that she did get pregnant from having anal sex, which just goes to show that you should always use protection. You just never know! But there’s a good 99.99% chance that this won’t happen to you, so breathe 😉