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It is a very low possibility.

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condom and birth control.......... but just to be safe pull out b4....... well you know


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.


yes you can get pregnant you doctor should of told you but the first 4 weeks of being on birth control u should use a condom for intercourse





A female cannot become pregnant if a condom is used providing the condom does not rip, tear of fall off during intercourse.


It is not easy to become pregnant while wearing a condom. You cannot become pregnant while wearing a condom unless the condom rips, tears or falls off during intercourse.


http://www.plannedparenthood.org/health-topics/birth-control/condom-10187.htm It's not likely, but possible. Condoms should always be used during intercourse to protect against STDs and pregnancy. However, there is always a chance, especially if the condom breaks.


When a guy does not use a condom during sexual intercourse.


If a girl has intercourse without a condom, chances are good that she will get pregnant. If she does and she is scared she can go to a Planned Parenthood office for help or talk to her doctor.


Birth control is only made to prevent pregnancy. Birth control does not prevent you from STI's/STD's. So if you are not in a monogamous relationship, meaning you or your sexual partner have intercourse with other people, then a condom should be worn to protect you and your partner. However, a condom is not necessary to prevent you from getting pregnant while on birth control, because if you birth control is taken everyday at the same time, you birth control is 99.99% effective. If you are sure that it is safe for your health to engage in sexual intercourse without a condom, then a condom is not necessary if you trust that your partner has no STD's.


if the male did not ejaculate and used a condom from the start of intercourse until the end. id say there is nearly 0% chance of being pregnant.



If the guy ejaculates during intercourse, before wearing a condom & you are not on your period, then you can conceive.


The condom is 100% safe at preventing pregnancy providing it does not fall off, there are no holes or tears in the condom and that the condom remains on the whole time during intercourse.


yes you can get pregnant if you have sex before or at the begining of your period you can get pregnant at anytime. with a condom you have a better chance of protection against pregnancy and diseases but it doesnt mean you wont get pregnant. theres always a chance you can get pregnant with a condom


unlikely, i use the same method that you do and i have managed to steer clear of pregnancy


unless the condom had a hole in it or if it broke, and if your period is normal and you haven't missed any, no, there's no chance of being pregnant.



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.


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.


It's very unlikely but if you do not wish to become pregnant you should always use a condom and/or a reliable birth control method.


You can get pregnant any time. However, some form of birth control and a condom make pregnancy so low that you dont have to worry about it. I reccomend Yaz birth control pil if you aren't on something already.


If the condom was used, then while in intercourse, it could easilly rip, and sperm can escape.



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