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yes because the condom could break

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If a condom is used that is properly put on and stays intact during intercourse then you cant get pregnant. Birth control medications are designed to stop you from getting pregnant as well.


of course. the birth control pill is very effective if taken correctly. there is always room for human error, so yes there is a chance of getting pregnant while being on birth control and no condom use.


Yes. No birth control is 100% safe. The pill used with a condom is the best one.


It depends because the condom could break and the pills could be fake.



Yes, the possibility still exists, but the chances are minimal (0.0000001%).


you could so there is a very unlikely chance of getting pregnant. my mother was on birth control and my father used a condom but here i am 21 years later


Not if you are on hormonal birth control (The Pill, patch, shot, IUD, ring) and used it as directed.



Condoms will protect you from pregnancy without birth control pills. However, the condom must be used properly. To ensure protection from pregnancy while only using condoms, you must be sure that the condom is the proper size, make sure that the condom outside of the condom does not come in contact with the male genitalia.



Most likely you will not become pregnant since you used a condom. A condom is effective to prevent pregnancy if it is worn properly. However, if you miss a day of birth control, you should take two pills the next day to make up for the day that you missed. If you do not take two pills the next day, there is a possibility that you can become pregnant if you will have unprotected intercourse.


No form of birth control is 100% absolute. But it sounds like you're being pretty careful, so i doubt seriously that you would get pregnant.


Condoms, like all forms of birth control, are never 100% effective. They can break, have microscopic tears or be used wrongly. So yes, you can get pregnant if you use a condom, but the chances are low.


That will surely depend on the birth control method used. For example, a condom is only effective while you actually use it.That will surely depend on the birth control method used. For example, a condom is only effective while you actually use it.That will surely depend on the birth control method used. For example, a condom is only effective while you actually use it.That will surely depend on the birth control method used. For example, a condom is only effective while you actually use it.


Whatever protection you use there is always a possibility that you may become pregnant.


Well, if you used a condom.. Then that reduces your chances of becoming pregnant. However, nothing is 100%, so i would advise a pregnancy test.


The only thing that can prevent pregnancy is regular use of protection. For example using a condom every time you have sex or failing that starting birth control. Birth control used in conjunction with a condom will prevent pregnancy.


I would say probably 65 to 70 percent if no birth control is used, that includes using any kind of contraceptive. My wife got pregnant 5 weeks after going off of birth control. If you dont want to get pregnant use at least a condom if not pills on top.


Birth control never works 100% of the time so it would probably be a good idea if you used a condom.


When you have sex there is always a possiblilty, that is why they give warnings on condom packages and birth control, for the just in case. I wouldn't freak out til I missed a couple of periods.



It is from getting of the Pill. If she used the Pill effectively and did not miss any / take any late, and you used a condom, it's safe. Good for you! Your using two effective methods of birth control! Keep it up!


If the condom was placed correctly and did not break, the chances of becoming pregnant is highly unlikely. Still, I must say that any form of birth control - outside of abstinence - is never 100% effective.