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Yes. The condom could malfunction.

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Even with a condom there is still a chance that you can get pregnant.


He does not have to withdraw, you wont get pregnant if your pardner is wearing a condom.




That is how you get a woman pregnant, by NOT using a condom (or other contraceptives)


you can not get pregnant while using a condom that is properly fitted and an is in good order.


Yes, if the condom breaks. There is a 2% to a 10% chance you can get pregnant even with a condom.


ANSWERIf you are using high quality condom and if condom was not broken during sex - chances for pregnancy are almost 0%.



you could since birth control and using a condom are not 100% preventive, but you have a better chance of not getting pregnant if you are using both.


unlikely but still possible. The whole point of using a condom is not to get pregnant


by using a condom,or oftenly taking birth control...by using a condom,or oftenly taking birth control...There are more ways to protect ur self from getting pregnant. DON'T DO IT!!!!! But if u do use protection and or get on birth control!!! P.S. It's FREE


No dumby a condom is for when you don't want to get pregnant... but if your not using a confom make sure they don't have any std's


Using a condom correctly reduces the chances of pregnancy to less than .1%


The protection level using a condom is about 86% ... meaning there is a 14% possibility of the condom failing, rupturing or tearing.



If you are on the pill and used a condom then it's very unlikely that you're pregnant


yes, she can get pregnant, if the male ejaculates without protection there is a very very strong chamce of conception. even with a condom she can become npregnant, if the condom splits.


Yes the condom can break and the pills only 90% trustable


Birth control pills are quite effective.


You cannot get pregnant using a condom unless the condom broke or had tiny holes in it or was taken off unproperly.



You might not neccesarily be pregnant, but there is a higher chance than if you actually used a condom, or any other contraceptive..


A condom is good protection, but no birth control is 100% effective.


Not likely. You can get pregnant with pre-cum but it's less potent so to speak, and if you were using a condom that didn't tear you should be in the clear.



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