Doctor insights on: Chances of getting pregnant without using a condom
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
If on birth control can you get pregnant from precum? My boyfriend and I had sex twice in one day without him urinating in between. We didn't use a condom and he used the withdrawal method? What are my chances of getting pregnant?
Birth control: Birth control when used correctly is very effective at preventing pregnancy. The male urinating before or after does not change the risk of pregnancy in any way. That is a myth. The withdrawal method is not needed when on birth control. Condoms help prevent STDs. You are already protected against pregnancy on the pill. ...Read more
Can precum get a female pregnant even if I didn't ejaculate in her? What are the chances of my girlfriend getting pregnant if she had just stoped her menstration cycle on the 4th of this month, but we had sex on the 12th of this month (my condom busted). N
Every woman's cycle is different, so it's difficult to say exactly when she ovulated (time when a woman can get pregnant). However there is a good chance that she did ovulate on or near the 12th based on the date syou gave; any semen (including precum) has the potential to cause pregnancy, especially because it stays inside a woman waiting to fertilize an egg about 2-3 days. The only way to know is to take an early prediction pregnancy test which can be done about a week before her next period is due.
I hope everything works out. ...Read more
What are the chances of getting pregnant without condom breaking? Missed a period before having sex and I'm due for one now. My periods are irregular
20 to 25 %: A condom used alone for contraceptive purposes has a 20 to 25% failure rate. Sometimes condoms leak even though they look intact, or the user allows the penis to go "soft" before removal with sperm "escapees" which also contributes to failure. Protect yourself with your own contraceptive method first and foremost. ...Read more
If used: 100% correctly condom failure is around 2 times out of 100; if not used correctly the failure may be much higher. ...Read more
Pregnant: You could get pregnant if there is any defect, leak, or slipping of the condom. Birth control pills may be a better way to go ...Read more
Condoms: If used 100% correctly and if no breakage or slippage condoms are close to 98% effective, meaning roughly 2 chances in 100 of failure. In actual use, condoms may fail as often as 10%, but it's because of incorrect usage. Good luck. ...Read more
About 1 in 4:
The chances of becoming pregnant if one has unprotected intercourse on the day of ovulation is approximately 1 in 4 so if a condom breaks the chances of pregnancy could be that high if all the semen leaked out; if only half of it leaked out it might be half that.
If you do not want to take that chance I advise taking the morning-after pill as soon as possible. See http://tinyurl. Com/odb9jp9 ...Read more
Depends: Using the condom method correctly is quite effective. That entails suiting up as soon as the male is erect and before any intercourse, with a new condom for any renewed activity. The pull out method reduces your risk some but not much, since any semen produced by the penis can carry enough sperm do cause pregnancy, not just the main load. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are the chances of getting pregnant while on pill vs using condoms with spermicidal lubricant.?
7% pill/29% spermici:
Effectiveness with contraception is reported as either the lowest expected rate (l) (with motivated patients who are reminded - in a clinical trial, for ex.) or the typical rate (t)- seen in a general sampling of the community - at random. The pill ranges from 0.3% (l) to 8% (t) and spermicide ranges from 18% (l) to 29% (t).
Hope this helps. ...Read more
ChancesSmallLikeHis-: HaHa. Well, the plus side is that extra condom length acts as an extra reservoir for that gooey stuff. But on the other gland-- I mean hand, I mean....the possible negative side is that it might slip off-- which isn't as bad as not having one in you at all. Basically, you have to check to see if anything leaked out around the base of the condom and if so, how much and to what extent it spread. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possible: Any material from an excited male penis can get you pregnant. It is more likely at certain points of the cycle, and with a full "load" rather than small amount. It really only takes one sperm do do the deed. The condom should be tight when he is erect and intercourse should stop if the condom becomes loose. Proper sizing is important if you want to avoid pregnancy. ...Read more
Minimal: Not good if truly ejaculates outside you and in a condom. ...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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