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Can you get pregnant being on the pill and using a condom?

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2013-08-30 14:01:29
2013-08-30 14:01:29

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.

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


No there is no posibility of getting pregnet using a pill re a condom so you r alright don't worry


The chance of becoming pregnant while on the pill is less than 1% with perfect use (never missing a pill and taking the pill at the same time every day). With typical use, the chance is around 3%. So the likelihood of becoming pregnant while on the pill, but while not using a condom, is very low.


if you used the pill and a condom then I would say there is little chance you are pregnant


It makes no difference in or out of the shower while having intercourse; if your not on the pill or not using a condom, it is usually east to get pregnant.



Yes. If there is a way for the sperm to get in, ie. condom breaking.


Yes there are no 100% methods of birth control except a hysterectomy.


If she is correctly using the pill then no. The pill alone would prevent an actual pregnancy.


If the girl is taking the pill perfectly then it is 99% effective. If she misses any pills her chance of getting pregnant increases. If you are not too worried about getting the girl pregnant because shes on the pill then don't use a condom. But if you are worried at all then definitely use a condom. Overall i recommend using a condom every time.


I'd be worried if you remained on the pill if you were pregnant. But if you are one the pill and a condom is in use, then 99.9% of the time you wouldn't get pregnant.


in any unprotected sex there is a small chance of being pregnant but you took the pill within the first 24 hours which puts your chance at the pill being 95% effectve the pill works to stop the egg and sprem attaching meaning that even if there was some condom or sprem inside you the pill still is working and reguardless of the condom sprem survives for three days anyway so its the same for everyone...... GOOD LUCK.....


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 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.


Luckily you are on the pill for double protection as the pill is 98% safe. So you should not be pregnant?


It is very unlikely because the percentage of efficiency of the pill is usually between 95%-99% and percentage of efficiency of a condom is between 86%-97%. Therefore, when used together there is a very small percentage of getting pregnant. However, it can always be possible. The only way of being 100% sure is when using abstinence.


yes, you need to be on the pill steady for atleast one month without missing pills for it to have a full effect. The fact that it was protected sex will lower the chance of you actually being pregnant. There is a chance that you may be pregnant but it is low if the condom was used properly, if you are worried I suggest having a pregnancy test.


So long as the condom is not broken No you wont get pregnant. That is what condoms are designed to do.


If your partner uses a condom, and it does not break or tear or slip off, there should be no need to take the morning after pill. Even without a condom, as long as you take the morning after pill 48-72 hours after sex (I say 48 to be safe) you cannot be pregnant.


Not always, because if the condom splits you can still get an infection or pregnant, that is why the pill is always good to take - aswell.


The best method of contraception is the pill and a condom as sometimes a condom can break so if you are on the pill then this stops you from becoming pregnant but does not stop you catching STI's!!


It is possible though highly unlikely if you are using the condom properly and taking your pill consistently every night at the same time. And note that taking antibiotics can decrease the effectiveness of your pill by a lot, so always be sure to use a back up form of contraception while on the pill.


Yes. There is always a chance the pill doesnt balance with your hormones.



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