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A 18-year-old female asked:

i'm on depo-provera but if you have sex almost everyday sometimes 2 or more times a day and he came inside everytime what are the chances of becoming pregnant?

3 doctor answers3 doctors weighed in
Dr. Alan Kelly
Internal Medicine 27 years experience
Safe on Depo: No, you don't have any extra risk of getting pregnant. You can have sex as many times per day as you want and you'll still be protected. Depo-Provera has an estimated typical use first-year failure rate of 0.3%. So it is 99.7% effective. Which is as good or better than any other contraceptive. You just need to be consistent about getting your injections.
Dr. Kathy Robinson
Family Medicine 32 years experience
Small chance, but...: The amount of times you are having sex does not determine whether or not you become pregnant.. If you are on Depo-Provera and it is working as it should then you should not become pregnant. Most women on Depo-Provera stop having menstrual cycles. This means that there is no ovulation and you can only become pregnant around the time of ovulation.
Dr. Gerald Morris
Internal Medicine 14 years experience
Depo shot: The failure rate of the Depo shot for birth control is

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