No. But it can reduce the risk of getting pregnant.
Women having unprotected sex who are between the ages of 13 and 50 are at a high risk of getting pregnant.
It isn't really possible to get pregnant while having a period.
Far too high for it to be worth the risk - so use contraception.
Yes there is a risk of getting pregnant at 53
increased risk of miscarriage and genetic diseases
There is no special risk from getting pregnant right after you stop using the IUD.
ANY TIME you have unprotected sex there is a risk of getting pregnant. Sometimes the risk is greater than other time but there is ALWAYS a risk.
Probably not, However I would not make a habit of it.
There is no known percentage for definate. if you use a condom then there is roughly a 5% change of getting pregnant, where as if you use no protection or contraception, the risk is considerably high. if you dont want to become pregnant you may want to consider birth control, and also without a condom you run the risk or catching an STI or STD.
Non-infected pregnant women may begin the hepatitis B vaccine series if they are at high-risk for infection.
High risk...take the morning after pill!
around eleven, twelve or fifteen
The risk is 1/1000.
It means you have the highest risk of getting pregnant!
The risk is very high indeed , as one sperm if it gets in the vagina in the withdrawl method is enough to make the women pregnant.
No, birth control decreases your risk of getting pregnant.
That would be the highest chance/risk of getting pregnant, but you can get pregnant even if he pulls out, or if he comes right on your vagina.
No as a matter of fact if one is on the pill there is agreater risk of getting pregnant.
After you have the Implanon implant removed, there is not a high risk of miscarriage. If you get pregnant while on the implant, there is a increased risk of miscarriage.
I believe that it is pretty high if he is cumming inside you or using the withdrawl method your risk always goes up with the use of no contraceptive
A placebo has no medical properties at all so, yes, you would be at risk of getting pregnant.