No, because the risk of getting pregnant is much smaller than without a condom on.
if there is any chance that seamen has entered your vagina then there is always the risk that you could be pregnant. you can prevent this by the morning after pill or talking to you gp about the contraceptive pill. alothough you shpuld stay using a condom anyway for your own protection.
If you're using birth control correctly, chances are you won't become pregnant even if the condom broke.If sperm gets into the vagina there ALWAYS is some risk of getting pregnant. Birth control pills are only 98% effective.
If you mean vaginal sex with rear entry the risk is the same either way no condom puts you at risk of pregnancy. If you mean that he did not use a condom while using your anus as entry point then you are not at risk of getting pregnant.
High risk...take the morning after pill!
There is no known percentage for definate. if you use a condom then there is roughly a 5% change of getting pregnant, where as if you use no protection or contraception, the risk is considerably high. if you dont want to become pregnant you may want to consider birth control, and also without a condom you run the risk or catching an STI or STD.
use a condom and decrease the risk of std which are very much more common than pregnancy
well if you are on birth control you are at low risk of getting pregnant and the question is if you didnt use a condom but are on the pill an you get pregnant well the answer is yes because the pill is only 99.9% acurate but it is recommended to use a condom to try and prevent disese and the risk of getting pregat esspessialy for young teens because studys show that 3 out of 10 women on birth control end up pregnant so we recomend that you use a condom or avoid the male from ejaculating inside of you to prevent a pregnancy
The risk would be the condom failure rate, which is about 1/2 percent.
Answer: yes you wear a condom Answer: Yes, it is possible. But every time you have sex, there is a risk.
Impossible to say but if she's ovulating at the time the risk of pregnancy is of course big.
If the condom tears, using emergency contraception can reduce the risk of pregnancy. See "related question" for options. A single birth control pill will not work for this purpose.
The chances of you getting pregnant are lower than if he had ejacualted in your vagina without a condom or if the condom had broken, however the sperm can swim and so there is some risk. Most women get pregnant (ovulate) 10-14 days after the first day of your last period, so this must be factored in to determine your risk. --Answer-- It only takes one sperm to find the egg. If she was ovulating at the time she has the CHANCE to have fallen pregnant. Therefore it is almost the same as if they have had intercourse without using a condom.
Anyone who has unprotected sex is "at risk" of becoming pregnant. Use a condom, spermicide, or birth control.
No. But it can reduce the risk of getting pregnant.
There is a chance that you could become pregnant from sperm in the condom or that you contracted an STD from the fluids in the condom. Additionally, bacteria from the condom could have grown and infected you with something.
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Condoms can help prevent pregnancy, but they are NOT 100% effective. No method of contraception is, so that's why its beneficial to use two methods of contraception.
Yes. If you do not use a condom, you are at risk of pregnancy. Practice abstinence, kid.
You run a good risk of getting pregnant when using this method. The secretion of seman is always present during sex!! Use a condom or spermicide!! No sex is safe sex!!! Very High, use a contraceptive
Hi. Pulling out is known as the withdrawal method and this does put the woman at risk of pregnancy. When you are trying not to conceive, always use a condom.
Yes, if it leaked inside the vagina you could get pregnant. Using condoms with spermicide will cut some of this risk.
Yes, abstinence is 100% effective, but failing that use a condom.
If she is not on birth control you have to wear a condom or there is a risk for pregnancy. The best way to protect yourself is if she is on the pill and you wear a condom.
Unless you or your partner has had radical surgery, there is always a possibility of getting pregnant from having sex.But if you're using two methods of protection simultaneously, and correctly, the chance/risk of getting pregnant is really, really, really small.