Can I get pregnant if I am a insulin dependant diabetic who takes birth control and has had unprotected sex?
Small chance. For women taking birth control pills (ocp's) properly and consistently, the chance of pregnancy is reported to be 0.3% per year, or 1 pregnancy in 333 women each year. The actual pregnancy rate in the "real world" is reported to be at least 3% on ocp's, or 1 pregnancy in 33 women each year. So, there is a small chance of getting pregnant, regardless of whether or not one is diabetic.
If I have unprotected sex and I'm on birth control will I not get pregnet? I take it the around the same time every night ad he doesn't ejaculate in m
Not guaranteed. The chance of getting pregnant is lower if you are on birth control but never ever zero. If you keep having unprotected sex nightly despite being on birth control, the statistical chance of you getting pregnant increases, even if a small amount. If you think you are pregnant, take a pregnancy test. Also, medication birth control does absolutely nothing to prevent stds, including HIV & hepatitis. Read more...
How effective is birth control if used correctly and can you have unprotected sex and not get pregant?
Depends on type. If you are talking about the birth control pill, it is highly effective if taken properly. If taken daily, with no missed doses, most pills offer close to 99% protection against pregnancy. They do not protect against stds. Please keep that in mind if you choose to have unprotected sex. Read more...