About the same if you weren't wearing one...
Well, the chances are lower than if you just used a non-spermicidal condom that broke, however you could still get pregnant
If it wasn't a spermicidal condom there is a 2% chance of you conceiving.
Hello, I am slightly confused about you using two condoms during intercourse. If you mean your partner was wearing two condoms, one spermicidal and one not spermicidal and the non-spermicidal condom broke, then this is nothing to worry about because your boyfriend was already wearing a second condom which will protect sperm from entering your Vagina.
Yes, you can but the chances decrease when you have one on.
the chances of getting pregnant under theese circumstances, are very low.
ANSWERIf you are using high quality condom and if condom was not broken during sex - chances for pregnancy are almost 0%.
Using a condom correctly reduces the chances of pregnancy to less than .1%
The chances are extremely high...go get checked!
the same as if you never wore it.
No there is not.
Yes if it is a condom that is not spermicidal and sperm has leaked out in the mean time it is possible
Next to impossible chance of getting pregnant.
Spermicidal lubricant is, I believe, usually on the inside of condoms.
You have lubrication on all condoms. Some say spermicidal and some say non spermicidal. If it is spermicidal this means that the sperm is killed inside the condom. And No spermicidal means it doesnt kill the sperm.
ANSWERCondom is a very good contraception method an the best preventive method from sexually transmitted infections. If condom was not broken during sex - no pregnancy should be expected and chances for pregnancy are 0%.
THe chances of pregnancy are the same as they are at any other time. You could be pregnant.
If a man properly pulls out and away before ejaculating sperm-filled semen, the chances of pregnancy are low even without a condom. If he pulled out his condom-covered penis before ejaculation, chances of pregnancy are nearly zero. And since the hole was both tiny and half-way up the condom, the chances of pregnancy are still nearly zero since he did not ejaculate while inside the vaginal canal.
There is a chance, you should have used a new condom.
Some of the spermicide will remain in the female but not enough to protect against pregnancy once the condom is removed. Spermicidal condoms are being criticized for reducing protection against STDs--the spermicide makes cell membranes less resistant to infections.
It will say on the packaging.