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Chance Of Pregnancy Pullout
What's the chance of pregnancy using pullout method during ovulation? I had a week of brown spotting for a week 2 days after having sex
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
I had sex, 8th day of the cycle (once). We take the pill (1year) and pullout. She forgot one the day after (5h late). Are there chances of pregnancy?
My cycle is 24 days reg. I had raw sex twice in a row on day 3 using pullout, on my period. What is chance of pregnancy? Shld I b worried?
Took a qualitative pregnancy a month after sex and 2days late for my period. Result: 0.11 mlu we used pullout method and planb. Chances of pregnancy?
Sounds negative: A qualitative test is usually either a yes / no type answer. I believe that the result you are listing are from a quantitative test and are negative. This would fit with the withdrawal method combined with planb. ...Read more
I had sex with my boyfriend recently and started my period the day after... I just wanted to know my chances of pregnancy, we used a condom& pullout?
Chances are low: The chance of pregnancy under the circumstances you described are fairly low but not zero. The typical use of condoms is about 82 percent effective in preventing pregnancy according to the CDC. The added practice of coitus interruptus may offer a slight added benefit of preventing pregnancy but it too is not a guarantee. Hope this helps. ...Read more
I am 21 yrs old me and my wife had unprotcted sex using pullout method n I am sure that I didn't cum into her but is their any chances of pregnency?
I use condoms paired w pullout method & I have never busted inside of my girlfriend. Plus none of the condoms have ever broken. Likely for pregnancy?
Condom failures: Condoms are manufactured under strict guidelines which vary with the type of material used. (latex versus sheepskin). That being said, condoms can and do fail by leaking or rupture. A leak will not usually be detected by the user, and the "pull out" method does not account for the sperm that are indeed present in the "pre-cum". So, there is always a chance for pregnancy in your scenario. ...Read more
Is it possible the if sperm escaped during the pullout method 4 days before ovulation could cause a pregnancy?
11days late had sex using pullout method while ovulating, 1neg. Test 4days after I was late. Having symptoms of pregnancy too, what's wrong?
Take another test: Your first test may have been a false negative. Take another pregnancy test. There is a reasonable chance you are pregnant. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Had intercourse with "pullout" method on the 9th of august went for a pregnancy test on 25th of august it said negative, is that good timing?
Inconclusive: There is no "pullout method".Sperm are present in pre-cum at anytime during intercourse and it only takes one healthy sperm to get you pregnant. The tests rely on the fertilized egg entering and attaching to the womb, after which the embryo begins to make chemicals that show you are pregnant. Early on the tests are often falsely negative until the chemicals are at higher levels. Test again later ...Read more
Fertile day with a condom and the pullout method. Combined. The condom didn't burst. Pregnancy? Some people only use pullout method and nothing happens
Condoms work great: If using condoms correctly and all the time, they work great. One does not have to worry about pregnancy if using condoms correctly. That being said, any fertile couple having sex must be ready for real life... which means being married, settled down, with a stable job that provides health insurance (a surprise baby is both cute and has many doctor visits). Home pregnancy tests are very accurate. ...Read more
I had a d&c 5 wks ago. Had sex a bit over a week later using pullout method. Pregnancy test is still +. I was 5 wks @ the procedure. Can I be pregnant?
I've read a lot of conflicting information regarding the "pullout method". In a committed relationship, how reliable is it for pregnancy prevention?
Used pullout method july 30th. Succeeded, but I have doubts. I have no signs of pregnancy. When did I ovulate? Got my period aug. 10-17. can I be preg?
Not Likely: It is possible but highly unlikely if you used the withdrawal method, he did not ejaculate inside of you and you got a normal period in august. ...Read more
Have very irregular periods. Been 5 weeks since I had intercourse-pullout meth. Pregnancy test accurate? Do have symptoms, tested 5 days ago was negatve.
The pullout method: Isn't reliable as a form of 'protection' against pregnancy. Pregnancy tests are very accurate if taken after period is missed. If you tested over 4 weeks after the episode of intercourse then you should be able to obtain an accurate pregnancy test response. ...Read more
Don't know enough: About your situation to venture a guess on your chances of pregnancy. If you are 42 years old - it is still possible. Go ahead and take a pregnancy test if you have missed your period. Take care. ...Read more
Slim: If regular period, not too much.Get a more detailed answer ›
Well if he: Ejaculated at some point before or after being limp ; then a limp penis remained in the vagina with a condom - this could allow for leakage of ejaculate or pre-ejaculate. If your protection is an oral contraceptive which you have taken consistently for at least a month - then the chance of pregnancy is really very low. ...Read more
Stay in good health, doesn't smoke, abuse drugs or alcohol. Lose weight if you are overweight. Limit caffeine. Decrease stress and "just relax". Stay well hydrated. Stop using lubricants when having sex and these can decrease sperm movement. Start exercising with a simple walking routine to improve overall health.
You should see your family practice physician if you have further questions. ...Read more
30%: The rate of miscarriage varies depending on what studies you are reading, but the chance of another miscarriage after 1 is the same as it was before your first one: about 30%. ...Read more
Need more info: Age, health problems? For younger, healthy women--about 80% ...Read more
Lots!: Recurrent pregnancy loss can be caused by a variety of problems. If you have experienced 2 or more pregnancy losses, it would be appropriate to followup with an obgyn or fertility specialist. This provider can offer testing to look at genetic, anatomic, autoimmune, blood-clotting, and hormonal causes of recurrent pregnancy loss. Appropriate treatment can minimize chances of future loss. ...Read more
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