Is birth control pills, condoms, and a vasectomy a good combo of contraceptives to prevent pregnancy?

Contraception . Yes. All 3 of those together are very protective against pregnancy. Generally speaking, pregnancy would not be an issue after a male partner has obtained a vasectomy. This procedure would need reversal in order for pregnancy to occur. When used correctly birth control alone is 99.9% effective. Condoms are about 98% effective when used correctly.

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I'm gona marry soon, doctor says not gud to tak birth control pills coz I hav cysts in my breast, wht u advise me 2 prevent pregnancy without condom too?

IUD. An intrauterine contraceptive device may be the best choice for someone in a mutually monogamous relationship that desires long-term, reliable reversibe contraception. Talk to your gynecologist to see if Mirena (levonorgestrel) or paragard could work for you, . Read more...

What are the chances of my birth control pills and my partner's vasectomy failing at the same time to result in pregnancy?

About 0. The chances of two excellent contraceptive methods failing at the same time are about zero, mathematically rounded off, of course. No worries. It is very, very rare for a guy with a successful vasectomy (got his semen checked some weeks after the surgery) to be able to start a pregnancy. Read more...

What are the chances of pregnancy occurring after successful vasectomy and while on birth control pills?

Very low. It is very low if both of these measures have been used but, of course, there's no absolute. If you are both monogamous and don't want kids, just monitor for the low chance of pregnancy. Read more...

Other than prevent pregnancy, what are some reasons why it'd be good to get birth control pills?

Many. Great question! many benefits to bcp's have evolved over the last 40 or so years that they have been around, allow me to list a few: 1. Regulate menses 2. Help to prevent ovarian cysts 3. Decrease heavy menstrual blood flow 4. Decrease cramping 5. Treatment for pcos (polycycstic ovary) 6. 5 years or more of use has been shown to decrease your risk of ovarian cancer in 1/2 there's more... Read more...

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

Highly unlikely. Each form of protection gives a greater than 90% chance of protecting against pregnancy. Using them effectively together almost negates the chances of becoming pregnant. I would say to less than 2%. Read more...
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...