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ask a doctor about that

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There is always a slim chance that you can be pregnant even if he wore a condom and pulled out. The signs will be a missed period and tender breasts.


As long as the condom was not damaged and it did not come of as he puled out. there is no chance of you being pregnant. no sperm inside no pregnancy.


There is no percentage. If he did not use a condom them there is a chance you could get pregnant. Even if he did use one there is a chance. There is always a chance. Since he pulled out there is less of a chance than if he came inside of you, but there is still sperm in the precum, so you could get pregnant from that. There is no percentage...


Not even 1%, a lot of women have a hard time getting pregnant when they have no form of protection. It's really rare you would get pregnant with the pill, the condom and him not cumming in you. But there is always that chance, and that would probably mean it was meant to be.


this is possible if the condom comes off or spilts if there is any chance that the sperm entered the women at any time this means there is a chance that the women can become pregnant. This is true, but the sperm can only last for 24hours before it becomes 'defective'.


There is a chance because men can still release "precum" without knowing and it can have sperm in it


YES!!!!!!!!! there is probably a fifty percent chance you're pregnant. depending on whether the semen reached your egg and fertilized it. USE A CONDOM!!!!!


You really shouldn't be, if you put the condom on before first insertion and it didn't get damaged.


No. There is no could about it. You are pregnant. But you know the phrase; 'a half way condom baby, is always spastic.' It's true. take a look at mike tyson.





It prolly was from your girlfriend. They get wet down there in the heat of the moment. If the condom was intact I doubt she is pregnant. Use spermicide along with the condom next time!



yes because if any sperm got on the womens vulva at all the sperm can travel up to the uterus but this make take a week to become pregnant because the sperm collect in "the sperm pool" until the uterus collects them.



If you released seminal fluid during this encounter then there is a 1% chance your partner could become pregnant but the chance of this happening is very slim but still possible.



I am not a doctor, but I would say that, if you are sure that no semen entered the vagina, then it is not likely the woman is pregnant. Even with the use of a condom, there is still a chance (usually like 3%, condoms are generally considered 97% effective). If the condom slipped off before the guy pulled out, then there would be a chance some semen got inside the vagina. However, if it slipped off while the guy was pulling out, that reduces the chances. I will note here that the directions on the condom box specifically say for the guy to hold onto the base of the condomw hile pulling out to prevent situations such as this. Hope this helps.


Probably not, but it is not impossible. Condoms properly used are considered to be about 95% effective. So there is a small chance of about 5% that it failed to work properly. If you need to ask this you should not be having intercourse. However you can get pregnant at any time any place if you are having intercourse, there is always a percentage of risk....no matter if he ''pulled" out, used a condom or just did it near you. It only takes one spermazoa.


It is difficult to say but if you pulled out and had a condom then there is a good chance that semen did not come in contact with her vagina. If it did, you do have a reason to worry. Two days to 24 hours after her ovulation is one of the best times to try to get pregnant because sperm can live up to three days while the females egg only lasts about 24 hours.



it could be likely some sperm entered you because sperm does swim. a hole in the condom any were is a likely posibility sperm entered you. but i would see a ob to be sure you are or aren't pregnant


If the cum is fully inside the condom, then no. But if the open end went inside then you took it out, or some cum got it awhile you pulled it out, and septed around the condom, then yes you could possibly be pregnant. If you're really that concerned, go to the pharmacy and get an over the counter birth control pill called the "day after pill." It will help stop the chances of pregnancy the sooner you take it. It is about 50$.



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