As long as no semen fell out of the condom inside you, the chances are virtually nil.
The same chances as if he hadn't...it's called pre-ejaculation.
AnswerThe chances of getting pregnant are very high whenever there has been unprotected sex. The chances greatly increase during ovulation time even if the guy the pulled out. A man will pre-ejaculte or precum which is something they do not even feel or have control over and that is where the strongest sperm are swimming.especially if he came more then once
It is unlikely that you are pregnant
Very, very small. Semen cannot survive outside the body for any length of time.
"Pulling out" does not work - you had unprotected sex, period. There is semen in any fluid which leaks out of the penis, even without ejaculation.
Yes it is possible. Birth control is not 100% effective. And pulling out, while it does reduce the chances, it does not eliminate the chance of sperm getting to an egg.
If she's ovulating, she can get pregnant. Lot's of babies have been born even though someone pulled out early and they thought they were safe. All it takes is one good swimmer.
There is always a slim chance that you can be pregnant even if he wore a condom and pulled out. The signs will be a missed period and tender breasts.
The chances of becomming pregnant and still very large. The only 100% effective way to not get pregnant is to not have sex. If you choose to have sex then use a condom and or oral contraceptives. Not using condoms can lead to transmission of std's including but not limited to HIV, Herpes, Genital Warts etc.
None as long as he used a condom
No, chances are very little, actually quite impossible. It takes alot of semen to enter the fallopian tubes, in order to fertilize an egg.
it could be likely some sperm entered you because sperm does swim. a hole in the condom any were is a likely posibility sperm entered you. but i would see a ob to be sure you are or aren't pregnant
The chances are it will ease your pain! Go for it!
Yes. There's always a possibility.
Hiya, you will not get pregnant as long as you have been taking your pills correctly, you are able to have sex during the 7 pill free days without getting pregnant, as long as you remember to take your pill on the day you start your new pack
Slim to none, if the condom was used correctly. Condoms are in the lower to mid- 90th percentile effective against pregnancy, on average. The fact that you pulled out before ejaculating into even the condom means it's highly unlikely your partner will be pregnant as a result of your rendezvous.
About the same as getting a VD. Protect yourself and your man. if you've been taking the pill properly (in other words - taking it every day, at the same time every day, etc.) less than 1%
pulling out still can release some sperm and if you have a 28 day cycle, 14 days would be optimum(14 days from the first day of the last period) in terms of ovulation times.