You could be pregnant the withdrawal method has a 85% failure rate within the first year of use meaning 85 out of 100 couples who use this method will become pregnant within one year...your period can also be a couple of days late because you are stressing about being pregnant although mild cramping can also be a sign of pregnancy if your period doesn't come int he next 4 days go get an at home test or make an appointment with your doctor for a blood test and if it shows that you aren't pregnant and your not trying to become pregnant see about getting on some type of birth contorl while your there such as the pill, patch, ring, shot, IUD, vaginal spermicide, or a condom at the very least remember that by having unprotected sex you are putting yourself at risk for contracting STDs hope everything works out for you Good Luck and God bless!!!AnswerHello -
In this situation there is a risk of pregnancy yes. The withdrawal method does cause conception to take place as sperm is present. Do a test.
hey its lolita again thanks 4 your answers! now my period is 3 days late ii guess i have to do the test! thanks a lot ill try keep u posted xxx
yes it is very important that you do that test and please let us know if you have a bun in the oven or not Good Luck!!
its lolita again! i tried a test! it came out negative! but my period is still late ...5 days late now actually! what is going on??? :S I'm feeling very tired and dizzy sometimes :SAnswerThe withdrawal method is quite possibly the worse method of contraception because pre-ejaculate contains sperm as well as ejaculate which can get you pregnant as well. So yes, you could be pregnant. AnswerStatistics say that your chance of being pregnant is relatively low. With perfect use, there is a 5% - 25% risk. Most failures happen because the man didn't pull out in time and started to ejaculate before he was completely out. If you're feeling your regular pms symptoms, you're probably ok. Withdrawl method is the oldest form of Birth Control. It goes back to the ancient of days. I'm not advocating withdrawal as you're primary method of birth control. If you do not want to go through this again, consider some form of birth control next time.
Have you recently started being sexually active? Do you still have your regular pms symptoms? If so, you're homone balance may be off and therefore you're period is delayed. Out of all the people I've date, two people had their period delayed 1 week because we started to be sexually active. Take your mind off of it because stress can delay it too.
If you've read other posting on false negatives on hpt, just keep in mind that they have a 99% accuracy at 1 week after a missed period.
BTW, please follow up with your question so other worried people like you can hear your experience.
If your pregnant, cramping is usual. But if you're not and you missed your period that usually means your pregnant now with a bundle of joy.
Yes its possible you could be pregnant.
Long story short, yes you can. I'm a case in point.The only symptom I had when I was pregnant with my daughter was a missed period and cramping. In fact, I kept thinking my period was imminent because of all the cramping, but it never came.I'd advise you to take a pregnancy test if you've already missed your period.
Yes you are very much pregnant.
you should and most likely would have gotten a positive pregnancy test if you were pregnant,
If you had many symptoms of pregnancy including a missed period last month but negative pregnancy test then this month you had cramping and then you started and still have symptoms can you still be pregnant?
The pill doesn't give you a withdrawal bleed. The only time the pill gives you a bleed is during your "off pill" days (7 days) when your period is expected. Using the withdrawal method as backup will NOT protect you from pregnancy. Withdrawal is NOT a backup method since you become pregnant from this method just as you do from full sex. You need to be using a backup method of protection in the form of condoms for the first 4-5 weeks of taking the pill. If you dont you run the risk of pregnancy.
Missing two pills together increases your chances of ovulating but it depends when after you missed the pills you had sex becasue you wouldn't ovulate for another couple of days. so if you had sex a few days AFTER the missed pills you have a 50% chance of getting pregnant. Take a test about 2 weeks after the sex if you don't have a period (withdrawal bleed) or you feel symptoms. Next time you miss pills use a condom for at least 2 weeks to be on the safe side, withdrawal is NOT a method of contraception.
Yes, you can. Be sure to use a backup method of contraception!
The odds of becoming pregnant while on the pill are typically 1-2% over the course of a year, even when the male is not using the withdrawal method. If the method is employed properly, there is even less chance of fertilization. Typically, missing one pill will not have a serious impact on the efficacy controlling pregnancy.
Light spotting and cramping, sore breasts, fatigue, morning sickness, a missed period, and mood swings are all signs of pregnancy.
YES YES YES YES.
There is NO such thing as a "missed miscarriage". You're either "pregnant" or "not pregnant". You can have a threatened miscarriage, but not a missed one. You cannot "flush out" pregnancy hormones; in fact, drinking lots of water only dilutes the urine more.Go to a doctor for a blood test and exam. These will be the most reliable.
10 days after a missed period one can detect preganancy by immuno assay method.
Seems like this might be a good time to visit your doctor.
Yes,you can experience period pains and also be pregnant, These are formally known as cramps/cramping. Have you missed a period? Experianced anything else? If missed a period, Or suspect anything..I'd strictly advise a test, which can be bought from a clinic,Local supermarket, Boots etc. All the best. xx
If you have missed your period and are pregnant, you most likely got pregnant around 14 days before your missed period.
It sounds to me like you could very possibly be pregnant. Tendor breasts are a sign of pregnant and so is a late period.
Yes, Have you missed your period?? Take a test, if it is negative, wait a week and take another one.
Wow! The symptoms depend on the woman. Some may experience vomitting, sore/tender breast, stomach cramping...(so on) and of course the biggest sign of all. A MISSED PERIOD.
I can only help you based on my own experiences (I am seven weeks pregnant), but before the date of my missed period, I experienced sore swollen breasts, mild abdominal cramping, tiredness, and increased levels of white cervical mucus.
Lol, my GF is 5 months pregnant and they are the symptoms she had before she knew for sure. Good luck darling. NO ABORTION. You step up to your responsibility and look after him/her.
it deffinatly sounds like it, however, I had a period that started off that way. If you have missed a pill that could be the reason why
Yes you can get pregnant if you missed a birth control shot for four months. However, doctors say that it takes about a week after a missed period to get pregnant.