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Can You Get Pregnant Even If You Used A Condom
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The odds of this happening are pretty low, but nonetheless it is not an impossibility.
If for some reason your cycle was off that month and you ovulated later than you thought and/or there was condom failure (broken or slipped off); or you had foreplay without a condom and the penis was close to the vagina there could have been some semen released during this time.
Like I stated previously this is a low probability situation.
All the best. ...Read more
I'm not on any form of birthcontrol. Me and my boyfriend always where condoms. Is there away u can still get pregnant even if the condom doesn't break?
Can I get pregnant even if used both condoms n EC pills (twice).Periods late. Always had irregular periods but scared as just lost virginity. Help?
Not likely: But user error seems to happen often when people are putting it on in the heat of the moment - backwards, not making sure there's a reservoir at the end; and sometimes it just breaks. ...Read more
How large of a chance is there that you get pregnant if you pull out with a correctly used condom?
Can you tell me, how big of a chance is there that you get pregnant if you pull out with a correctly used condom?
Not: A vey big chance at all. It is actually vey vey low. A back up method is however always suggested ...Read more
I used a condom and it got tored while it was inside her and I pulled it out in a sec and didn't ejaculated in her. Can she get pregnant?
Hello I had protected sex and I realized I was ovulating today is there any risk that I could get pregnant even though he used a condom & pulled out?
Used a condom, checked to see if any leakage was found, there was nothing, only a lot inside of it. Could I be preg? Just calm down or get a pregnant test?
Can my friend get pregnant if her bf used a condom and he didn't cum and the condom had no holes and she wasn't ovulating.
Pregnant?: Even though your friend's boyfriend didn't ejaculate, there is the generation of pre-ejaculate fluid, which may or may not contain sperm. Condoms may not have visible holes, but think about the size of a sperm and then about the size of a hole it needs to breach that condom. Doubt you be able to see that hole, but it may exist. Result is pregnancy is remote, but still possible. ...Read more
If you have been: Consistently taking the loestrin for at least a month and the condom is used properly - the chance of becoming pregnant would be very low. ...Read more
Depo and Condoms:
Hello Wayne929. If Depo was taken as scheduled every three months and the condom used properly, the chance of pregnancy is very small. If missed periods are creating concerns for pregnancy, the missed periods could be from the Depo. If you are concerned that you are pregnant, I recommend still taking a pregnancy test to check. For consults, my link is
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Absolutely, yes!: Condoms leak, come off, or are not used properly, all of which can facilitate unintended pregnancy. Some males "want to get a few strokes in " before applying the condom. (pre-ejaculate fluid contains sperm.) always "back up" a condom with a vaginal spermicide such as the vcf film, to improve the conraceptive "outcomes". (smile). ...Read more
Yes: If you use condoms perfectly every single time you have sex, they're 98% effective at preventing pregnancy. But people aren't perfect, so in real life condoms are about 85% effective — that means about 15 out of 100 people who use condoms as their only birth control method will get pregnant each year. Https://www. Plannedparenthood. Org/learn/birth-control/condom/how-effective-are-condoms ...Read more
Fertilization: Pregnancy occurs when sperm fertilizes an egg. Condoms are a barrier used to prevent sperm from meeting the egg. Condoms also help prevent transmission of infection. To achieve pregnancy, you will need to have sexual intercourse without a condom or have artificial insemination. ...Read more
ABSOLUTELY: Condoms are only 85-90% effective. The condom may fall off during withdrawal of the penis and sperm can find their way back up into the vagina, through the cervix, up the uterus, and into the fallopian tube where an anxious egg await. It only takes one sperm to penetrate the egg and a male ejaculate may contains as many as 150, 000, 000 of them. ...Read more
Condom/foam: Used correctly a condom with foam backup should be more than 98% effective. ...Read more
These are mostly closed end tubes of latex and occasionally other materials to cover the penis during intercourse and prevent pregnancy and disease transmission. A wise person uses them when the history of their partner is unknown. There are some available for women's use ...Read more
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