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Precum On Birth Control
Only takes one: I assume from the context you mean the pre-ejaculate. All of the secretions of an excited penis have enough sperm to impregnate you. The pull-out plan is easy but not a dependable form of contraception. If you want to avoid pregnancy you must use additional methods. Yes, you can be pregnant. ...Read more
Contraceptiion is a means of preventing conception (or fertilization). There are hormonal and non hormonal methods of preventing sperm and egg from meeting. Talk to your doctor or clinic about what options are best for you. There are short acting methods (condoms, pills, patch, ring) and long ...Read more
Could I be pregnant? Had unprotected sex last week. No ejaculation but concerned about precum. I am on birth control (dianette) but on the same night
Always protected: A woman who is properly taking her birth control pills, and is beyond her first pack of pills, has contraceptive protection ALL the time, regardless of where she is in her pill pack. Condoms can be used to help prevent diseases, and may decrease vaginal odor or discharge (by not having disintegrating sperm/semen hang around inside her vagina). ...Read more
How likely is it to get pregnant from Precum if I missed two birth control pills on different days on week two but made them up?
Might be: The pill works by fooling your body into thinking it is already pregnant (hormones), if the body detects a decline in the hormones (missed pills) you may ovulate. Doubling up may not prevent it. Precum has enough sperm to get you pregnant, but less than a full ejaculate. It is best to add a form of BC if you are forgetful. ...Read more
Am I pregnant, from precum? I have been off birth control for two months, I've had no menstral cycle since then. 3weeks ago I had unprotected sex with my partnerhe did not ejaculate inside me, but I know precum is a form of sperm. The next day while bath
Hello, my girlfriend has been on the birth control shot since August, can precum impregnate her if I entered her for less than 10 seconds?
If you use a condom, birth control, and the "pulling out method " is it still possible to get pregnate from precum?
I missed 3 pills n my pack of birth control. He got precum on my vagina, I caught up on birth control. Can I be preganant?
Had sex a weekago. Unprotected but I take birth control he pulled out but precum & stuff he may not felt I have had a tight stomachw/crampscan ib preg?
Lighter than normal period, neg hpt, possible exposure to precum, messed around, no penetration, panties on, still virgin, on birth control, stressing?
I was on birth control for 40 days then took a break for 7 days, I had unprotected dry sex, on the 9th day after I started my pills again so no penetration just on the outside of my vagina, with pre ejaculate what are my chances of being pregnant?
Low: Chances are very low. But it does not mean he cannot happen. Therefore I recommend a simple pregnancy test ...Read more
I had unprotected sex with a woman shortly before putting on a condom. I did not ejaculate inside her but now I'm worried about potential precum. She isn't on any birth control and said her period is due in a few days. This happened Saturday night. She to
Started birth control pill day 10 of cycle. My boyfriend and I had sex on the 14th day. No ejaculation, possibly precum. Took Plan B within 5 or 6 hours. Continued taking my birth control as instructed. (Levonorgestrel and Ethinyl Estradiol) chances?
Been on birth control 20 days, only came in contact with pre-ejaculate fluid (less than. 5 ml). Negative HPT on 2 day late period. Am I pregnant?
Can not be certain: Unlikely 2B pregnant, however advise pregnancy test a week after period is due if it does not occur. ...Read more
On lo loestrin fe birth control for 10 days. Had sex No condom, no ejaculate. But maybe some pre ejaculate? How likely to get pregnant?
Possible: While the possibility sounds low, you really can't put a number on it. You could be pregnant because you had unprotected sex without full contraception being in place. There is no way to put a "how likely" on this. It comes down to you either are or are not. It only takes one egg and one sperm to create a pregnancy. If you don't want to be pregnant, follow the directions of your contraceptive fully ...Read more
Can I gain weight after birth control? I lost my birth control becuause my insurance ran out, right after that I notice that my body was changing. While I was on birth control I was loosing weight but once I finished my last pack I stopped being able to l
Withdrawal of birth control is highly unlikely to cause weight gain. Without birth control you may be pregnant which can cause an initial, significant weight gain. Other issues are thyroid dysfunction. Sometimes the estrogen in oral contraceptives can cause nausea and now you may be relieved of this nausea.
Losing insurance should not prevent you from obtaining contraception. Wal-mart has very cheap birth control as does planned parenthood and neighborhood health clinics. The clinics can also evaluate for thyroid dysfunction. I would suggest that you check out one near you. ...Read more
A few things: The depoprovera shot is very effective and easy to use. You will need one shot every 3 months. Most patients will have no periods but some will have irregular periods. It is an appetite stimulant. The excess hunger can cause weight gain for some. Long term use can lead to some bone loss. ...Read more
Most effective: Sexually active teens should protect themselves by using condoms to lower std risks and a hormonal method to prevent pregnancy.Long-acting reversible contraception (larc)--iuds and implant beneath the skin--are the most effective, long lasting, and easy. Am college of ob-gyn says they should be "first tier" methods for teens. A gyno who sees teens can help. Pills are too easy to forget for many. ...Read more
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What type of bc? Pil?: With ocps: maybe mild nausea, bloating, breast tenderness, spotting, occ. Mood-iness - usu. These resolve after a month or so. With Depo-Provera provera: sometimes irreg bleeding, pos. Weight gain, mood effects pos, cessation of menses common after some time on depo. With iuds: mirena: lighter to no periods, minimal other se, paragard: heavier menses, crampier menses. Nexplanon: headaches pos, irreg bl. ...Read more
There are many:
The combination pill offers many benefits, including some protection against.............
*breast growths that are not cancer
*endometrial and ovarian cancers
*serious infection in the ovaries, tubes, and uterus
*iron deficiency anemia
*cysts in the breasts and ovaries
*heavy and/or irregular period ...Read more
I don't know.: Birth control methods include: abstinence, oral contraceptives, birth control patch, depo-provera (shot), sponge, vaginal ring, cervical cap, condom, diaphragm, iud, birth control implant, spermicide, sterilization or vasectomy. They vary in efficacy ; possible side effects. Discuss this with your physician to see what would be your best option. ...Read more
Varies: There are many benefits to contraceptives and some risks. I cannot give all the benefits, risks, side effects, etc. Here for all birth control options. You doctor can review all the options available and answer all of your questions. If you have a specific question - you will likely get an excellent answer here. ...Read more
Many choices: Since it is unlikely that an 18 year old is in a long term monogamous relationship, they should be using condoms for protection against std's. The pill, the iud, and depoprovera are then all potentially good choices depending on circumstances and preferences. ...Read more
Is this for a school: Assignment? It sounds like it. That subject can't be covered in 400 words or less. You can check this site for pro's & con's of various types of birth control: http://www. Womansday. Com/health-fitness/the-pros-cons-of-popular-birth-control-methods-109541. This is one that you will need to research yourself. ...Read more