Well, the chances are lower than if you just used a non-spermicidal condom that broke, however you could still get pregnant
If used correctly, they are 97% effective. The good thing about the spermicidal condoms are if the condom leaks or breaks, your chances of getting pregnant are still somewhat slim because the spermicide may kill the sperm that 'got away'. Also, condoms are the only protection one gets against STDs. The thing is, when used often, spermicide is harmful to the vagina.
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.
Hello, I am slightly confused about you using two condoms during intercourse. If you mean your partner was wearing two condoms, one spermicidal and one not spermicidal and the non-spermicidal condom broke, then this is nothing to worry about because your boyfriend was already wearing a second condom which will protect sperm from entering your Vagina.
The water protects the baby.When your water breaks the baby has no protection so you'll have to go to the hospital.Without protection , the baby has more chances of getting less Agpar points.Which means it has only like about 75% of being healthy.Bacteria from all around can get to the baby.If you still are worried then ask your doctor she/he will tell you.:)
If you're menstruating then you're not pregnant.Menstruation is what happens if you don't get pregnant, when the egg is not fertilized the uterus lining breaks down so it can start a fresh next cycle in case you get pregnant next cycle. If you were pregnant ovulation and menstruation would be suppressed, bleeding could also mean the uterus lining wasn't going to support the fertilized egg and thus you would potentially miscarry.Chances are a longer period is just a long period, they happen sometimes.
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