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Is their any chance of getting pregnant even with the protection?

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2012-01-22 20:04:49
2012-01-22 20:04:49

Depending on what type/ how much protection, there is usually always a chance of getting pregnant.

If only a condom is being used, then it is absolutely still possible to get pregnant (the condom can break).

The more protection used, the lesser the chance of getting pregnant, BUT the only way to prevent pregnancy 100% is not to engage is sexual intercourse at all.

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Im amazed this has even been asked - of course you can get pregnant your first time. If you're ovulating you have a high chance of getting pregnant if you use no protection.


Not necessarily... It depends if you are safe (using condoms and other methods of protection). However there is ALWAYS a chance of getting pregnant, even if you do use protection.


you can get pregnant at anytime if you have sex(even during menstruation or even if you use "protection").


If you used protection and were on your period, you were pretty safe. Probaly nothing to worry about, but there is a chance of getting pregnant every time you have sex. Even if you are protected. Protection lowers the chances greatly, but it is still possible.


Yes, if the condom breaks. There is a 2% to a 10% chance you can get pregnant even with a condom.


Of course!!!!!! There is always the possibility of getting pregnant even when you are on your period!


yes of course!!! even if you do have your "monthly juice" you have the chance of getting pregnant.


Yes you could, but there's a lower chance of getting pregnant than when you are fertile


That would be the highest chance/risk of getting pregnant, but you can get pregnant even if he pulls out, or if he comes right on your vagina.


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yes, and even on the birth control pill there is still a small chance of getting pregnant.


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.


There is always a chance of getting pregnant when having sex even on the pill.


yes, and even on birth control there is a small chance of getting pregnant


Yes. Even when the condoms are used properly, there is still a small (1-3%) chance of pregnancy.


Contrary to popular belief, you can get pregnant even while on your period. There are no safe days to have sex without getting pregnant. If you do not wish to get pregnant, always use protection.


Even with a condom there is still a chance that you can get pregnant.


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...


There is always a chance of some sperm getting by even before ejaculation. The chance is there even though it is slim.


No so long as the condom is in good order and covers the penis there is no chance of getting pregnant even without puling out. that is what they are supposed to do, stop sperm from getting into the vagina.


Your risk of getting pregnant is the same as any other time when you are fertile. Unless you are menopausal or pregnant, you have a chance of becoming pregnant from having sex.


Yes, you can't get pregnant unless you ovulate. If you ovulate in spite of taking the birth control pill, you could get pregnant.


Whether he is circumcised or not makes no difference. If you had sex without any protection, you could be pregnant (and even then there is a decent chance).


There is always a chance of getting pregnant even during your period. It is good that you used a condom. If the condom didn't break your more opt to be fine. There is still always a chance you should also use birth control pills or patch or IUD if you don't want to get pregnant - two uses of protection is always a good choice.


Yes, there is a chance you could become pregnant. Though even if he did pull out, there is still a chance of becoming pregnant.



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