No method of Birth Control is a 100% guarantee, and this includes both the depo shot and pulling out. Although the chance may be small, there is still a chance that you can get pregnant
If your partner pulls out, there is a chance that his pre-ejaculate, which he may not be aware he is producing, may contain sperm cells that could possibly impregnate you.
But the biggest concern is whether or not you are ovulating. If you aren't ovulating, then it is impossible for you to get pregnant. However, there is a chance (small, but a chance nonetheless) that you are ovulating, despite the depo shot, and you may be unaware.
So, here you have two methods of birth control, pulling out and the depo shot. Using them both will greatly reduce your chances of getting pregnant, but be aware that there is always a chance of getting pregnant, however small. The more methods of birth control you use, such as a condom, a diaphragm, or spermicidal foam, the fewer your chances of getting pregnant.
If your partner did not touch your body with his erect penis in any way, you can not get pregnant. But if he was inside you and pulled out to come, then yes, you could be pregnant.
Yes the semen always come back out, this is normal. It has no place to go and the sperms are swimming towards the uterus.
she will find out once her period doesnt come
Because cancer isn't contagious.
The order of orgasm has no bearing on whether or not you can get pregnant. Orgasm of either partner is not a requirement to become pregnant.
Yes, you can. Use protection
Just come right out and say it. That's what i did.
No it does not mean that you are pregnant. sometimes your periods are just shorter.
Yes. It is OK to do so.