I had my period last month but was 5 days early. I am now late for this months period. I haven't had unprotected sex since I had my period last month is there still a chance that I could be pregnant?
there is a chance but it is very unlikely .....but if you are a pregnancy test would be able to tell now so just take one that way you will not worry your self to death.....losts of things can mess up your period like thinking that you are pregnant sometimes can make it come late
You have unprotected with your boyfriend havent had your period in 2 months but had 5 days of spotting What is wrong?
Am a 18hear old girl havent had your periods for two months your bobos are swollen can you be pregnant?
What are the chances of being pregnant if you are on the pill and he pulls out but about 2 and a half months ago you were on some medications that would interfere with your pills?
How likely is it to be pregnant if you've had unprotected sex about 30 times with the pull out method is pre-ejaculate still a problem?
If you are not on birth control and your having unprotected sex yes it a high chance you can become pregnant. ejaculate is ejaculate, if he pre-ejaculate inside of you and your ovulating yes the possibility is very high. 30 times and on month or 30 times and the last 2, 3, or 4 months which is it. If you had sex 30 times in the same month you have a chance of becoming pregnant…
What are your chances of pregnancy if you have been on the pill on and off for nine years and have been off the pill for two months and had unprotected sex once?
I been having sore nipples and a brownish-pinkish discharge but i been on the depo and i havent had my shot in almost 4 months i also had unprotected sex can i be pregnant?
You have stopped taking birth control pills for 6 months and you have been taking them since you were 18 years old you have had unprotected sex within the last week are you pregnant?
How long will you get pregnant after you stopped your pills for a short time example two weeks on birth control pills?
Nine months. There is a chance that you can get pregnant from not taking your dose at around the same time each day (2-4 hours outside of when you usually take it.) If you have not taken your contraceptive pill for two-three consecutive days, you are unprotected. At two weeks, consider yourself completely unprotected.
Yes, if the sex is unprotected sex, by which we mean that contraceptives such as condoms or the pill etc are not used. If it is unprotected sex then a woman can get pregnant from the very first time she has sex. If protection has been used properly in all cases of intercourse then the chances of pregnancy are highly unlikely, although there can be exceptions. For example condoms are 98% effective so for every…