Ideally you should wait until your period is late, that would assure a most accurate test, that being said, the stress of not knowing can sometimes get to you, there are certain tests on the market that allow you to test up to 4 days before your period is due, but if you get a negative, there still is a chance you may be pregnant and it's just too early to tell..
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.
Yes, she is ovulating and unprotected sexual intercourse would result in a pregnancy.
If you mean getting pregnant from sex a year after that sex, then no. But if you mean having unprotected sex for an entire year, then yes, you might get pregnant by then if not before then.
There is always a possibility of getting pregnant if you have unprotected sex, even if the woman is on her period. It is just more likely during ovulation.
If you've had unprotected intercourse, yes. Ask your mom so you can take a test. This is not something you want to drag out on and have no options in the end. 11yo have become pregnant before.
Anytime you have unprotected sex it is possible to get pregnant
Yes: If you take a store purchased test before atleast two weeks after the unprotected intercourse, you could indeed be pregnant. I would suggest waiting atleast 2 weeks to take a test.
Yup ... During sexual intercourse the male emits semen even before ejaculation. In that semen are sperm ... Pregnancy can occur before the male orgasm.
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No you will not become pregnant from this.
It depends on whether or not you are having sex with your husband. If so then yes. But if you are not married then you always need to use a condom. Considering you could get pregnant or contract a sexually transmitted disease, no.
if you are having unprotected sex, your chances of becoming pregnant are 100% no matter what your cycle
There are ways to stop possible pregnancies after intercourse. Plan B is an alternative that must be prescribed by a doctor and taken within 72 hours of the unprotected encounter. It prevents pregnancy from occurring but won't effect you if you are already pregnant. So, if you take it too late, you may be pregnant already and it is not a cheap little pill. The universal recommendation is to use birth control before intercourse (or during).
At any point of unprotected sex there is a high probability of pregnancy, whether or not you were protected before or afterward.
You can get pregnant from sexual intercourse anywhere in your menstrual cycle, although the probability would be higher if a woman were on her 14th day, where she ovulates.
It is possible, but extremely unlikely.
If you have your regular period, you are not pregnant from any intercourse you had before that time.
Yes, there is a high chance that she could be pregnant
You can get pregnant if you are having unprotected sex, even if he pulls out before he comes. Because there is also a pre-come wich has sperm in it. Do not have unprotected sex unless you are ready to become a parent.