I was on the pill and the Dr told me that I need to always use condoms no matter what. You have a higher risk of getting pregnant on the pill it is a higher risk then if you was on the shotl. And something else if you are planning on getting off the pill you best stock up on Pads b.c when I stopped it I was bleeding for 6 months and now I still can not get pregnant and I have been trying for 9 months.
A condom prevents the sperm from entering the vagina.
It is always good to use a backup method of birth control, even when using condoms. Condoms are the only form of birth control that also protects against STDs.
That will surely depend on the birth control method used. For example, a condom is only effective while you actually use it.That will surely depend on the birth control method used. For example, a condom is only effective while you actually use it.That will surely depend on the birth control method used. For example, a condom is only effective while you actually use it.That will surely depend on the birth control method used. For example, a condom is only effective while you actually use it.
It helps prevent the spread of STIs.
The use of a condom is a "barrier" method of contraception.
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%.
condom cuz if he forget to pull out ur screwed
The easiest birth control is using a condom because it is easy to buy one, and it gives a lot of protection (against pregnancy and against some sexually transmitted diseases). But while a condom is a very reliable method, it should be noted that no method, except total abstinence or getting sterilized, will 100% guarantee that you won't get pregnant.
Unless the condom is made of stress, no. You must use a contraceptive such as a condom, or a birth control pill, patch, shot etc. The withdrawal method is by far not the most recommended use of birth control either.
Wearing a condom in addition to using a backup method. A great combination (but not always best for 'the mood') is a condom with a spermicide. They come in many different forms. There are gels, liquids, films. Always use the pill or a spermicide in conjunction with condoms.
Barrier methods is like preventing contact with sexual fluids using condom. Hormonal method like using birth control pill
The simplest method is to avoid sexual intercourse. The other is to use a condom or other form of birth control.
Yes. With most birth control pills or other contraception, you need to use a backup method (such as a condom) for at least the first seven days after starting the contraception. If you think you might be pregnant, please see your doctor immediately.
It's very small. Just remember to always use a condom and/or a reliable method of birth control.
I presume you mean during sex, as a method of hoped-for contraception. That method is very unreliable, and pregnancy can easily happen. Use a condom or get the female to tahe 'the pill'.
people say the "pull out"method doesnt work . but i did it for about a year - then got on birtch control and i never got pregnant..
If you used the patch correctly during the previous cycle, you don't need to use a backup method in the first week of the next cycle. If you made an error or started the new cycle late, use a backup method for the first seven days.
Start taking the pill as soon as you remember and try not to miss anymore pills. Whenever you miss a pill you need to use a backup method of protection - a condom for 7 days. If you miss more than one pill then you need to use a condom for 2 weeks. This is 100% necessary as without using a backup method of protection for 7-14 days you put yourself at risk of pregnancy because birth control will not be protecting you against pregnancy due to you missing 3 pills. You need to give time for birth control pills to work again and to prevent pregnancy. Continue taking your pills each day even when using a condom.
Antibiotics reduce the effectiveness of birth control. You should use a backup method like condoms.
The pill doesn't give you a withdrawal bleed. The only time the pill gives you a bleed is during your "off pill" days (7 days) when your period is expected. Using the withdrawal method as backup will NOT protect you from pregnancy. Withdrawal is NOT a backup method since you become pregnant from this method just as you do from full sex. You need to be using a backup method of protection in the form of condoms for the first 4-5 weeks of taking the pill. If you dont you run the risk of pregnancy.
The Sunday after your period is what the doctor told meno u start it on the first day u end your period.Yes, you can start at anytime during your cycle, but you may need to use a backup method for the first seven days.Usually you should take birth control at least a month before you plan on having sex. Otherwise it will not be very affective. Also even with B.C. you should still use a condom to be safe.
Yes. Starting the birth control pill during your period gives you immediate protection. You can start at any time of the cycle, but if you start on another day, you'll need to use a backup method of birth control, like condoms or abstinence from vaginal sex, for the first seven days.