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Sex Pullout Method During Ovulation
During intercourse used condom and interupption method (with condom).took postinor also.any chance of pregnancy??
Minimal: there is always a remote chance but with the history above it is highly unlikely you would get pregnant. ...Read more
Take a test : Home pregnancy tests are very accurate. They are the same tests used in a doctors office. They can detect a pregnancy 7-10 days after conception. The best time to take one is when you miss your period. If you doubt the result you can repeat it in 1-2 days. If you were pregnant the hormone level would rise enough for detection. ...Read more
Condom broke during intercourse, second sexual relation. No eyaculation during the intercourse. Ovulation days . Took Plan B 2 h after. Pregnancy cha?
Very low..: Unless you did not use protection the first time. ...Read more
What are chances of getting pregnant using pullout method right before ovulation. And sex with another guy during ovulation with ejaculation. ?
Pretty good: If you are trying to get pregnant have sex every other day with your husband during that fertile time period. If you are worried you may have gotten yourself pregnant, talk with your doctor about birth control. Consider using Plan B if it is the next morning. If you are not married consider condoms to avoid HIV and herpes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had unprotected sex day after 1/9 ovulation day & 1/10 last fertile day. and used the pull out method. Period 1/23 chances of being pregnant?
Very possible...: The pull out method is not a reliable method for birth control. The chances of getting pregnant are over 28% since sometimes in the pre-jaculatory fluid some sperm cells might be present. If you suspect you could be pregnant and miss your period get a home based test in order to verify suspicion. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Although it is not high, there is a chance of pregnancy with unprotected intercourse even without ejaculation. Be safe. Use protection every time. Condoms decrease the risk of STDs which can be transmitted even without ejaculation and more reliable methods of contraception such as pills, patches, rings, shots, etc. will increase your pregnancy by letting you ejaculate without worry about pregnancy ...Read more
I had sex during ovulation used withdrawl method way before he even came took Plan B 2 days after chances of pregnancy?
Less than 10%: Taking Plan B within 72 hours of the accident will reduce risk of pregnancy to ~10%. There may be irregular bleeding for up to 2 months. The pattern of the bleeding doesn't mean anything about whether the medicine worked or not. So be sure to run a home urine pregnancy test with first urine of the morning 14 days after the accident. If it's negative, you're not pregnant from that accident. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unprotected sex 10 days before ovulation day. No ejaculation. What is chance of pre sperm survival? 32 day cycle. Sex day after period ended.
The medical : community is not able to calculate such probabilities mathematically, especially with so many unknowns - one guy's preejaculate is not going to be the same as another's, or even his own at a later date. With respect to impregnation, as with other medical events (like a freakish disappearance of a brain tumor without treatment) the strangest things have happened. There is no answer to this question ...Read more
Very small.: It is very unlikely for a woman to conceive having intercourse immediately prior to her cycle. This is especially true if she has regular cycles. ...Read more
~27% get pregnant/yr: The effectiveness of the withdrawal (pull-out) method is highly dependent on the male partner's ability to recognize when he is about to ejaculate, not ejaculating into the vagina or onto the vulva (outside vagina), cleaning off his penis and urinate prior to reattempting sex. With typical use, ~27/100 women will get pregnant (~4/100 with perfect use). However, this method will not prevent stis. ...Read more
Missing an oral: Contraceptive one day out of the cycle usually doesn't have an significant impact on protection. However, if one missed two or more times, the protection will lessen to the point that 7 days without is just like having no protection. Emergency contraceptives are sometimes used by women for failure of birth control protection. ...Read more
Probably yes: That's the correct timing for ttc; if you (and he) are normally fertile, then chances are fairly good. ...Read more
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