If you have been on them for at least a month, you are safe. It doesn't matter what day of the pill pack you have sex. And as long as you are taking them correctly, they are about 95% or more affective against pregnancy. A condom just adds more protection and protects you from sexually passed diseases and the pill doesn't. So, your chances are very slim.
No, birth control decreases your risk of getting pregnant.
Yes you can, but the chances of you becoming pregnant while taking the pill and using a condom is very small. All birth control is only about 99% effect. As long as you use it right and take you pills right you should be fine.
If the condom was placed correctly and did not break, the chances of becoming pregnant is highly unlikely. Still, I must say that any form of birth control - outside of abstinence - is never 100% effective.
yes you can become pregant but it is a slim chance best way to find out is take a test but to prevent it is take birth control
If one is on birth control antibiotics make them less effective thus increasing your chances of becoming pregnant.
the hormone IUD is a popular form of birth control, so I would assume so.
Birth control shots (if administered by a qualified medical practitioner) are designed to reduce the chance of you becoming pregnant. However, no form of contraception should be taken to be 100% effective so there is still a chance of you becoming pregnant. To make things even more safe and to reduce the chances of you picking up a sexually transmitted disease it is always advisable to ask the man to wear a condom as well as any other contraception you may be using.
Missing any or all of the sugar pills will not affect the effectiveness of your birth control, nor will it affect your chances of becoming pregnant.
They may stop you from becoming pregnant or control when you do.
I've seen this question around and I have already answered it once today and I wonder where this comes from. Of course birth control does not make it easier to get pregnant! Birth control prevents ovulation and you can not get pregnant without a egg. in order to get pregnant you have to quit using any type of birth control. And yes, birth control is not 100% effective but not using it is 0% effective. It never helps you getpregnant!
Anyone who has unprotected sex is "at risk" of becoming pregnant. Use a condom, spermicide, or birth control.
The chances are slim but birth control can never be 100 percent trusted especially if you are new to it. Chances are your not pregnant.
yes you can anytime you stop taking your birth control you are increasing your chances to get pregnant. And also to you can get pregnant while on birth control sometimes
no. the chances of you getting pregnant are the same as if you hadn't taken birth control in months.
The chances are viable that you could be pregnant. Pre-ejaculation, which your partner can't control, contains sperm. Also, even a male can't say for sure whether he ejaculated a little. Protection is necessaary. Your chances for a sexually transmitted disease also rise vastly when you refuse to use protection.
Yes you will have great chances of becoming pregnant now. It usually takes 3-7 days after stopping birth control to be able to become pregnant.
There's a chance. There's a 20-25% chance of pregnancy when you have unprotected sex around ovulation time. Also, the pullout method isn't a form of birth control, two of my friends have there daughters from the pull out method. If you don't get your period you should test.
To prevent women from becoming pregnant when they do not want to be pregnant.it prevents you from getting pregnant
It lessens the chances of becoming pregnant if you're having sex. It can also regulate your hormones. Some doctors recommend the pill to older teens.
If you're not using birth control, the chances are higher!
Yes.everytime u have sex you are at a risk of pregnancy.the only way to not get pregnant is to practice abstinence.but using a condo and other birth control methods reduce the chances of actually becoming pregnant .
As long as you take your birth control every day at the same time you are more than 99.99% protected from pregnancy. Whether your partner ejaculated in you 1 or more times you will not become pregnant.
You have the same chance to get pregnant as if you haven't been using any birth control. You have to take them for a specified time before you can have unprotected sex. See your healthcare provider.
birth control increases your chances of not getting pregnant