Even if withdrawal wasn't used, the chances of a woman getting pregnant from sex on her period is about 2% or less (provided it is period blood and not ovulation spotting). So no, chances are not high.
The withdrawl method really doesn't do anything to prevent pregnancy. But most women can't get pregnant during their period. Always use a condom or another form of birht control. The withdrawl method is not a safe choice.
The risks are always there when you are having unprotected sex.
Sex While Menstruating
You can still get pregnant if you have sex while you have your period. Many people believe that if you're bleeding, the sperm will wash out of you, or that there is no egg present.
Sperm are strong swimmers, and can go against the flow of blood from a woman's body. Plus, the egg may be lingering in the uterus, and can attach if impregnated during menstruation.
Stick to your regular Birth Control routine during your period.
Pulling out or Withdrawal
A guy might say he won't come inside you, and he may mean it. But, even if he does pullout before coming you can still get pregnant. If any come or pre-come gets into your vagina, the sperm in that fluid can swim all the way to the fallopian tubes.
Pre-come is the drop of fluid that often leaves the penis before the man actually comes. Biologically, it's a guy's natural lubrication. Sperm (and possibly the HIV virus) may be in that lube.
This method DOES NOT work to prevent pregnancy or STI transmission.
Withdrawal method has the same risk of pregnancy as the non-withdrawal method. So yes you can be pregnant.
The pill doesn't give you a withdrawal bleed. The only time the pill gives you a bleed is during your "off pill" days (7 days) when your period is expected. Using the withdrawal method as backup will NOT protect you from pregnancy. Withdrawal is NOT a backup method since you become pregnant from this method just as you do from full sex. You need to be using a backup method of protection in the form of condoms for the first 4-5 weeks of taking the pill. If you dont you run the risk of pregnancy.
Hi there. Yes these are all signs of pregnancy.
this is never safe
During pregnancy, the period stops.
you should and most likely would have gotten a positive pregnancy test if you were pregnant,
Hello, No this isn't a normal period cycle. The withdrawal method has a very high failure rate and this method DOES put you at risk of pregnancy. Perform a pregnancy test and use protection every time in the future.
Pregnancy period? Its not possible to have a period during pregnancy.
Yes, you could be pregnant, because withdrawal DOESN'T protect you against pregnancy!
look love, having your period is natures own little pregnancy test, you don't get it if your pregnant... if you think the pregnancy is recent ie just before, during your pregnancy, you should just think of the "rythm" method...
When using withdrawal, you can get pregnant whether you have your period or not!
Yes she can. It's not very common for women to become pregnant while on their period but it is possible. The withdrawal method is not very reliable if you are not trying to get pregnant. A woman can still get pregnant from a mans preejaculate which would be at the tip of the mans penis before he ejaculates. So yes you can get pregnant that way too
The withdrawal method has a high failure rate. But because you was on the last day of your period then it is unlikely you will become pregnant hun.
A period during pregnancy is not hereditary however it is never a normal period. It's simply a light period or vaginal bleeding. Pregnancy symptoms are not hereditary. Every woman will experience different pregnancy symptoms and the same woman may have different symptoms in different pregnancies. There are things that go on during pregnancy which can be symptomatic and hereditary, but these are separate from the symptoms which indicate pregnancy.
Pregnancy is still a possibility. Many women can confuse spotting during pregnancy for a period but it's not. Spotting during pregnancy is normal. Take a pregnancy test to be sure.
No, you cannot have a period the first month of pregnancy or at any other time during pregnancy. Menstruation occurs if the egg has not been fertilised, and you cannot menstruate during pregnancy.
Hate to break it to you but the withdraw method doesn't work. Just hope for a boy, they are easier to take care of. *** For the most part any time you have your period you can not be pregnant. However, the withdrawl method does not prevent pregnancy as live sperm is contained in the lubricant produced by the male. In short if you are not pregnant then yes you can get your period one day late. It is normal for your period to occasionlly be early or late, longer or shoter, heavy or light.
Withdrawal would be when having sex, right before a the male ejaculates, he pulls out of the woman. Please note, though, men will have pre-ejaculate (semen that is "leaking" out) throughout intercourse. The rhythm method is when a woman times their monthly menstrual cycle to avoid sex during her most fertile period, or in some cases, ensuring they have sex during their most fertile period to increase the chances of getting pregnant.
Using this type of contraception has nothing to do with the regularity of your period. Always excepting it is not a reliable method and you period may have failed to start completely due to you being pregnant.
Yes, your period will not affect the outcome of a home pregnancy test. ~pawsalmighty Hi Yes you can perform a pregnancy test during your period but as you are on your period, you are not pregnant.