No. It is virtually impossible for you to become pregnant under these circumstances UNLESS one: the condom rips and there is pre cum in it (there is a slight chance that you could become pregnant from it) or two: the aforementioned situation happens and you have not been taking your Birth Control correctly.
You should use birth control EVERY time you have sex. As for withdrawal, it's NOT reliable and he should be wearing a condom!
yes you can actually
yes there is a chance that you can become pregnant from you partner pulling out without a condom
As long as the birth control is taken correctly the odds should be very low.
There is ALWAYS a chance that you can become pregnant after engaging in intercourse ... NO matter what preventive measures you take ...
possibly, the outside of the condom is fine and clean but if the inside of it lets some semen into your vagina then you might get pregnant, your probably fine though this is highly unlikely
If any sperm escape and get into your vagina you can become pregnant. There is no 100% foolproof method of not getting pregnant except not having sex at all.
Yes. If you are ovulating you are more likely to become pregnant. Many women have become pregnant from pre-cum. If you don't want to become pregnant I would recommend condoms and/or a form of birth control.
In my opinion; there is no foolproof method a avoiding pregnancy in a woman that has not been medically changed and is capable of getting pregnant. Even birth control pills are only 97% effective. The only foolproof method is by not being sexually active. In my opinion; there is no foolproof method a avoiding pregnancy in a woman that has not been medically changed and is capable of getting pregnant. Even birth control pills are only 97% effective. The only foolproof method is by not being sexually active. yes
it is usually never effective, because even if he pulls out before he ejaculates, there is still a little chance that some of his semen is inside you, and you can still get pregnant.
No method of birth control is a 100% guarantee, and this includes both the depo shot and pulling out. Although the chance may be small, there is still a chance that you can get pregnant If your partner pulls out, there is a chance that his pre-ejaculate, which he may not be aware he is producing, may contain sperm cells that could possibly impregnate you. But the biggest concern is whether or not you are ovulating. If you aren't ovulating, then it is impossible for you to get pregnant. However, there is a chance (small, but a chance nonetheless) that you are ovulating, despite the depo shot, and you may be unaware. So, here you have two methods of birth control, pulling out and the depo shot. Using them both will greatly reduce your chances of getting pregnant, but be aware that there is always a chance of getting pregnant, however small. The more methods of birth control you use, such as a condom, a diaphragm, or spermicidal foam, the fewer your chances of getting pregnant.
That would be if you get pregnant from his pre-ejaculate.