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Most if no PG wanted: Most sensible women do not subscribe to the "poke and hope" theory of contraception as many men do. They want to be protected from undesired pregnancy and use contraception at all costs. In the "olden days" when contraceptive methods were imperfect, women did not have as many choices as they do today to avoid pregnancy and its' bad economic consequences ...Read more
What are chances for getting std/ HIV from one and only unprotected sex ( men with women vaginal)?
Unprotected sex: Chances of getting std/hiv from just one episode of unprotected sex are much greater than if you never had unprotected sex. Plus, it places your future partners at greater risk, too. Of course, this assumes that you know nothing about your partner's status. You can't catch something that your partner doesn't have but that implies an element of trust. Just in case, wear a condom each/every time. ...Read more
Yes: Unless your allergic to latex, condoms are safe to use, and should be used to prevent std's even when on ocp's. The newer generation of pills are low dose. The great majority of women, weight should not be affected. You should always watch your diet, eat healthy, excercise, and drink plenty of water. Weight gain is mostly do to sedentary life styles while consuming high caloric meals. ...Read more
Use latex condoms: protect yourself with spermicidal condoms ( latex) unless you have a latex allergy. ...Read more
Birth Control Pill: If your partner is taking a low dose birth control pill, or misses several pills, there may not be enough hormone to suppress ovulation and she can get pregnant whether you are taking male fertility drugs or not. Still, if you are taking male fertility supplements, it suggests you may have a low sperm count and that reduces the chance of her conceiving. You should get semen analysis to find out. ...Read more
After taking birth control pill for two days, will having sex without condom can get a girl pregnant?
It could: It is possible. Use a condom in that timeframe. ...Read more
Does taking birth control pills different time and have unprotected sex with husband still effectively?
Birth control: If you have been taking your oral contraceptives as directed and on time every day, the chance of pregnancy is very small. If you have irregular use of the pill, the risk of pregnancy increases, with progesterone only pills being more likely to fail if not taken at the same time. Consider a second form of birth control until your next period. Then make a point to take the pills on time. ...Read more
Not abnormal: This is not considered abnormal from a health or psychiatric perspective, though i suppose normal boundaries are that we really dont want to know too much about our adult parents or adult children's sexual behaviors. ...Read more
No...: In medicine and life, nothing is 100%. But theoretically, it's, and doing nothing will have no consequence, namely, 100%. That is life. Of course, safe sex and caution against std should be exercised all the time. Meanwhile, it's worthwhile to keep this fact in mind: life is a process of constant struggle to cope with reality, certainty, and uncertainty of daily living. Best wish... ...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
Had unprotected sex with partner. Currently on birth control pill trinessa (norgestimate and ethinyl estradiol) for a year. Took plan b one step 5-7 hours after sex. Pregnant or no?
Asked and Answered: No. No reason to keep asking us the same question. The answer is not going to change. Emergency contraception is not for repeated or frequent use. That would be extremely unwise, unhealthy and an inappropriate way to prevent pregnancy. Are you hoping to harm the body and organs of the female you love? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Wait until month #2: From your question, I am assuming that you have started taking the usual 28 day pill pack. This is usually started on the sunday following the start of your period. Given that some women are starting this in the setting of irregular cycles, they might not know exactly when they last ovulated. For this reason, it would be best to wait until the second pack of pills to have unprotected sex. ...Read more
Pink/brown vaginal discharge all month for several months. Take birth control. Same sex partner for 2.5 years. Occasional discomfort where ovaries are?
Progesterone: Your ovaries are not producing enough progesterone the two weeks before your period. This may be due to stress and/or poor diet. Inadequate progesterone production the two weeks before your period allows the lining of your uterus to become too thick---> inc period blood flow. Inadequate progesterone also allows your estrogen to form the clots. Go see your gynecologist for evaluation and treatment ...Read more
I'm taking birth control pills DAILY to prevent ovarian cysts, causes regular spotting. Is it safe to have unprotected sex w/ my partner?
Can taking EC pills twice in a month after protected sex delay periods?mine are delayed by 4 days.never had EC pills or sex before.used condoms. Help?
"EC pills": If you mean "emergency contraceptive pills", your regular cycles may be delayed, but since "EC pills" are not "100% protective" against pregnancy, You might want to consider taking oral contraceptive pills for a more certain way to avoid pregnancy. Condoms are also not 100% protective, so obtain a serum HCG test from your healthcare provider to be sure you are not pregnant. ...Read more