Not unless you had no barrier when you ejaculated into her. If you had the condom on and ejaculated into the condom while you were inside of her, then exited her and changed condoms (unless the condom broke) you could not get her pregnant. The only way for her to get pregnant is if you ejaculated into her or emptied your fluids into her (and most condoms have spermicide). If neither are the case, it is nearly 0% chance that she could get pregnant.
You can get pregnant everytime you have sex, protected or not. It is unlikely, but possible.
Condoms are a good source of contraception if you use them properly, and they do not tear/break. If the condom didn't tear/break then, even if they did ejaculate inside you, there is very little chance you would get pregnant.
Yes, if the ejaculatory fluids came in contact with your vagina you can get pregnant.
NO, its highly unlikely. Seriously, why would you get pregnant, if he ejaculated in you in the condom and the condom didn't break how would you get pregnant? Unless you gave him a b.j. before hand or he ejaculated before because than the cum might be out the outside, more chance of being prego!BUT, if you didn't do anything of the sort, than. NO, your not pregnant. Life goes on!
Yes, that's how pregnancy usually starts.
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.
It is very unlikely because the percentage of efficiency of the pill is usually between 95%-99% and percentage of efficiency of a condom is between 86%-97%. Therefore, when used together there is a very small percentage of getting pregnant. However, it can always be possible. The only way of being 100% sure is when using abstinence.