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Doctor insights on: What Is The Chance Of Pregnancy If You Are On Birth Control But Condom Broke

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Dr. Tiffanie Noonan
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Pregnancy (Definition)

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


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Had sex but condom broke. Not sure if came inside completely. I am on oral birth control and I took a plan B pill 20 mins after. Chance of pregnancy?

Had sex but condom broke. Not sure if came inside completely. I am on oral birth control and I took a plan B pill 20 mins after. Chance of pregnancy?

Your risks are small: If you really want to be "safer" and reduce your risks of pregnancy with a most effective, long term and forgettable method, you may ask a gynecologist trained in insertion of IUD's in a young woman like you to offer you one. Otherwise, consider a subdermal implant and be safe. ...Read more

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I am on birth control, partner always uses a condom. Took a pregnancy test, was negative. What are the chances im pregnant?

I am on birth control, partner always uses a condom. Took a pregnancy test, was negative. What are the chances im pregnant?

Low: If you are faithfully using 2 forms of birth control and the pregnancy test was negative chances of being pregnant is close to zero. Is there a particular reason you think you might be pregnant? ...Read more

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What are the chances of pregnancy when I use condoms and take birth control at the same time daily?

What are the chances of pregnancy when I use condoms and take birth control at the same time daily?

Very low.: Glad to hear that you are using optimal protection. Consistent & correct use of condoms has a 98 % rate of efficacy in preventing pregnancy. However, condoms are not always used consistently or properly which can lead to a first-year efficacy rate for pregnancy protection of 85 to 86 %. Protection is higher when condom is combined with oral contraceptive. Take care. ...Read more

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What's the chances of pregnancy if you have protected sex, 3 days after stopping birth control, but the condom slips off, and you withdrew?

What's the chances of pregnancy if you have protected sex, 3 days after stopping birth control, but the condom slips off, and you withdrew?

Pregnancy and STDs: Anyone having intercourse without birth control or condoms may get pregnant or catch a sexually transmitted disease. If intercourse was within 72 hours you consider taking plan b. Check preg test in 10 days. ...Read more

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Chance of pregnancy when using both male condoms and birth control pills correctly?

Chance of pregnancy when using both male condoms and birth control pills correctly?

Contraception: Something slightly less than 100%. Most modern contraceptive manufacturers will quote a 98% effectiveness. If you use multiple methods you will increase this a a bit, but you will never attain 100%. The ONLY 100% effective method id abstinence. ...Read more

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Is it a high chance of pregnancy with the birth control pill without a condom?

Is it a high chance of pregnancy with the birth control pill without a condom?

No: The bcp is very effective alone. The condom may help with safe sex but really does not add too much for contraception if you use the pill correctly. Best wishes. ...Read more

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Chances of pregnancy with no condom, no ejaculation and on birth control and never missed a pill?

Chances of pregnancy with no condom, no ejaculation and on birth control and never missed a pill?

Oral contraceptives: Taken as directed, oral contraceptives are very effective at preventing unwanted pregnancy. You are very unlikely to be pregnant. Oral contraceptives do not protect you against STDs and infection can certainly occur without ejaculation. Please practice safe sex. STDs can damage your body. ...Read more

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What are the chances of pregnancy if you use condoms, take birth control at the same time everyday, and only have sex once a month?

What are the chances of pregnancy if you use condoms, take birth control at the same time everyday, and only have sex once a month?

Extremely small: The cumulative effects of condoms, oral contraceptives and limited intercourse makes pregnancy highly unlikely. However, it is not zero, so if you have concerns it is always best to take a pregnancy test. ...Read more

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Used condom properly. No ejaculation. No birth control. Chance of pregnancy? Should I use emergency contraception? (Within 72 hours)

Used condom properly. No ejaculation. No birth control. Chance of pregnancy? Should I use emergency contraception? (Within 72 hours)

Personal choice: Properly used condoms have less than a 2% failure rate, so additional back up plans are your choice. Proper use means the condom is applied before any intercourse, remained snug during sex, and sex stopped if the condom became loose. ...Read more

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Having protected sex, using spermicide condoms, period is 1 day late, not on birth control but using condoms, my chances of pregnancy, 16 years old.

Having protected sex, using spermicide condoms, period is 1 day late, not on birth control but using condoms, my chances of pregnancy, 16 years old.

Test don't Guess: If you want to check do a home pregnancy test. Know also that stress can alter the period cycle by a few days. Regular period cycles can be between 28-35 days. If yours is out of the time frame check with a urine test. ...Read more

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Seen a girl who was on duel hormone birth control for 3 months and said I didn't need a condom just pull out. Broke up and worried about pregnancy?

Seen a girl who was on duel hormone birth control for 3 months and said I didn't need a condom just pull out. Broke up and worried about pregnancy?

If/if/if: If she was really on the pill & if she was 3 months into use she should be protected from egg release & chance of pregnancy. The pull out has nothing to do with it because you leak sperm constantly during intercourse. That does nothing extra. A good rule of action is to always use a condom, pill or not. It increases protection against STD's /pregnancy & leaves less worry if your relationship crashes ...Read more

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Partner had successful vasectomy. Sperm count at zero. I'm on birth control. We use condoms and withdrawal method. Chances of pregnancy?

Partner had successful vasectomy. Sperm count at zero. I'm on birth control. We use condoms and withdrawal method. Chances of pregnancy?

No sperm: No sperm, no pregnancy possible. The main reason to continue using condoms is to protect against STDs. Birth control pills are 99% protective against pregnancy. Withdrawal method unnecessary given partner has had a vasectomy, you are on birth control pills and you are using condoms. ...Read more

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Sex during fertile days condom sliping off after ejaculation and remaining in, vagina. CHances of pregnancy. No other forms of birth control?

25%: Chance of pregnancy is about 1 in 4 (25%). If you don't want to get pregnant, emergency contraception is an option. Taking Plan B One Step (or something like it) within 72 hours of this incident is 85% effective at preventing pregnancy. If taken within 24 hours it is 95% effective. It works by delaying ovulation. Best wishes! ...Read more

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Sex 10 days after abortion, on day 7 of birth control pill had sex before 7th pill with condom/plan b too 24 hours after, chances of pregnancy?

Sex 10 days after abortion, on day 7 of birth control pill had sex before 7th pill with condom/plan b too 24 hours after, chances of pregnancy?

? pregnant: WOW!!! - Given that scenario and not knowing your menstrual information - there is a possibility - birth control pills take a full month of taking them to be effective so thus if you just started and are on day 7 when you had sex - they won't protect you. The condom and Plan B are your best protection at this point. A urine pregnancy test will be useless due to the recent pregnancy. ...Read more

Dr. Jeff Livingston
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Contraception (Definition)

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


Condoms (Definition)

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