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Could you get pregnant after having intercourse 5 days after starting birth control?

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2010-04-02 04:00:56

With or without protection you can still become pregnant.

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No. It does not act as the "Morning-After pill" When starting birth control you should wait at least a month before having unprotected intercourse.


No you can not you have to have intercourse in the vagina to get pregnant.


By having sexual intercourse.


No you can not get pregnant by having bacterial infection.You can get pregnant only by intercourse.


No you can not get pregnant during your periods.


By having unprotected sexual intercourse.


By having sexual intercourse with a man.


It depends on what you mean by "safe intercourse." In using any method of birth control there is always a potential of getting pregnant. Nothing is 100% effective except for not having sex. So, yes, there is a possibility that you may be pregnant.


By having sexual intercourse


Starting your period two days after intercourse, is the sign that you had ovulated about 10 - 12 days prior to having sex - so you are not pregnant.



When your not having intercourse or when u are using a contraceptive


No. You can only get pregnant by having sexual intercourse, where sperm enters the vagina.


No. A woman gets pregnant by having sexual intercourse with a man ... or by artificial insemination.


Having intercourse while pregnant, does not affect your unborn baby in any way. Intercourse during pregnancy is okay in every way for as long as you are comfortable having sex.


By using birth control or not have vaginal intercourse. If you already are pregnant (you formed the question a bit strange) the only way to terminate a pregnancy is by having an abortion at the doctor.


For some, the next morning after intercourse and for some about 2 weeks after intercourse


If you have intercourse with a woman very near to her period, and you do not use birth control, and she then has her period, it is possible for her to be pregnant. The period she is having is her "old" eggs, and her "new" eggs will be in place and ready for fertalization. Thus, she can become pregnant. If a woman has a period it is almost guaranteed that she is not pregnant. The 'new' egg will not be released for another 2 weeks or so.


Birth control stops the womans body from having a baby, and let's them enjoy the pleasures of intercourse without the consequences. So think about that. OF COURE IT WOULD!


Almost as much as if you never took birth control. Catching up on regular birth control after the fact will not help what happened before. I would take a test to ease my mind.


After seven days of having sex? Yes; 25% of women who are not on birth control become pregnant within a month. You cannot detect a pregnancy till 14 days after intercourse (sex).


Usually the way you become pregnant is by having intercourse, but it is possible to become pregnant if a man ejaculated, leaving semen in the area outside of your vagina. If your next menstrual cycle is late you should take a pregnancy test.


No, you will not get pregnant. A teddy bear is a stuffed animal. You can get pregnant by in-vitro fertilization (IVF) or by having sexual intercourse.


A male and female having sexual intercourse together.


virgin birth..becoming pregnant without having sexual intercourse



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