Small but there is a chance.
the girl will not get pregnant at all if the condom is on, and hasn't broken. no worries! that's what they're there for!
Next to impossible chance of getting pregnant.
As long as no semen fell out of the condom inside you, the chances are virtually nil.
If any sperm is inside your vagina you may get pregnant, if he pulls out in time you are safe, but you can still get STDs. USE A CONDOM!
id say about 37.5249% (give or take a thousandth of a percentage)
If it wasn't a spermicidal condom there is a 2% chance of you conceiving.
Condoms are a good source of contraception if you use them properly, and they do not tear/break. If the condom didn't tear/break then, even if they did ejaculate inside you, there is very little chance you would get pregnant.
Would that be equivalent to a boy not wearing a condom at all? I would advise the girl to take the morning after pill...
if he has aids and the condom bursts you most likely have it too. you do if it was inside of you when it bursted
If the condom came of but the open end of it was outside the vagina there is little or no chance of getting pregnant.
None as long as he used a condom
AS MUCH AS IF YOU WERE NOT USING A CONDOM
You don't want to know the chances of her being pregnant. You want to know if she is pregnant. An old stats teacher told the joke: "All chances are 50-50. Either an even will happen, or it won't. " The chances of her being pregnant is a meaningless idea. Have her take an otc test, or take a trip to her doctor, or wait a few weeks.
High. Take a test if your period doesn't arrive
the sperm inside the condom cannot impregnate you. However if there is a hole or split in the condom the sperm that escapes can. Although condoms are coated in spermicide it will not kill all of the sperm.
It depends. Did the condom have spermicidal lubricant? How long did he stay inside after he came? How many holes did you poke in the condom?Chances of getting pregnant within a year with good condom use is about 15-20% [ie: of 100 typical couples using condoms and having regular sex for a year, 15 to 20 of them will get pregnant] Chances of getting pregnant within a year without any birth control is about 80%. Of course your chances for getting pregnant in a single encounter are much smaller, but someone wins the lottery every day.Don't be dumb. If the condom breaks or leaks, take Plan B. If you are deliberately poking holes in the condom to try and get pregnant without the guy knowing, well, there's no way to express how dumb, unethical, and wrong that is.Chances of having the life you expected after spermjacking a guy to either trap him in the relationship or have his baby on your own: absolutely none.
Don't think so as long as the male hasn't ejaculated and the condom has ripped
it catches the sperm inside it and stops it from fertilizing the egg
No, providing the semen stayed inside the condom.