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Answered 2008-03-02 22:53:44

If semen entered the vagina, there is a chance that you could become pregnant. Yes - you could be pregnant.

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If the condom was used, then while in intercourse, it could easilly rip, and sperm can escape.


The chances are the same as if the condom was not used at all.


It's definitely not. If you used a condom and it did not break at all, you can't be get pregnant whenever you make love.


yes you could be pregnant and no, you cant let someone use a dried out condom. that's just suspect.


If you are on the pill and used a condom then it's very unlikely that you're pregnant


It depends because the condom could break and the pills could be fake.


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


Well it all depends if you used a condom or not and if you didn't it is all possible she could be pregnant. Well it all depends if you used a condom or not and if you didn't it is all possible she could be pregnant. Well it all depends if you used a condom or not and if you didn't it is all possible she could be pregnant.



can you get pregnant by pouring sperm from a condom that was used last night in you


A female cannot become pregnant if a condom is used providing the condom does not rip, tear of fall off during intercourse.


If the condom was the only form of contraceptive being used at the time, then yes you can get pregnant if it broke.



You can not get pregnant if a condom is used during the whole time that the penis was in the vagina.


Well, the chances are lower than if you just used a non-spermicidal condom that broke, however you could still get pregnant



Depends if the condom had a rip. If it did, then you're most likely pregnant.



You can get pregnant if the condom isn't used properly.


could be...take a test unless you used contreception/or partner used a condom could be...take a test unless you used contreception/or partner used a condom


if you used the pill and a condom then I would say there is little chance you are pregnant


Under such circumstances, using a new condom is recommended. If the condom was not removed, it's still not likely, but it's best to check for seepage. If there's any indication that sperm has leaked out, throw away the used condom and put a new one on.


If you use a condom the way it is meant to be used you wont get pregnant at any age.


99 percent she wont get pregnant...1 percent is your condom may tare...



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