chances of being pregnant
Its low like 10%
Yes,the chances of you getting pregnant when not on your period are higher
ANSWERChances of getting pregnant during period are almost zero.
Same as always antibiotics don't avoid or help the risks of getting pregnant.
The same as if you weren't, if not better.
Same as if she is not. Antibiotics does not protect from pregnancy or makes it easier to get pregnant.
You'll get pregnant if the man uses withdrawal WITHOUT a condom.
They do not. Taking the pill decreases the chance of getting pregnant, but it is still possible to become pregnant on the pill.
Depo-Provera is very effective birth control method, chances of getting pregnant while using Depo is very, very small. Geritol is a brand of vitamins that will not effect your chances of getting pregnant.
The same without your funky infection, although if you have white discharge your chances of getting laid is slimmer.
Drinking while pregnant; especially drinking too much and getting drunk can cause fetal alcohol poisoning to your unborn baby. Wise up!
there is a slim chance of pregnancy.
It is possible, and probably more common than people realise.
uh...you aren't supposed to get your period at all while you're pregnant. So if you're having one, you should see a doctor
Zero. You can only get pregnant when you are ovulating (around mid month).
If your reproductive organs were not affected by chlamydia, then it will take no longer than normal. Chlamydia treatment will not affect the chances of getting pregnant. You can get pregnant while you have chlamydia. While scarring from chlamydia can sometimes cause infertility, you should not count on chlamydia to keep you from getting pregnant.
You can theoretically get pregnant while on the pill (though the rate of that is quite low), so a chance exists at any time you have sex that you can get pregnant.
Yes, you can get pregnant. While on the medication, the pills help you control or reduce your chances of getting pregnant. However, how soon you might get pregnant differs from woman to woman.
Yes, there is always a increased chance of getting pregnant when ovulating. When you don't ovulate there is no egg so you can't get pregnant although a orgasm can make you ovulate again.
You really should read the packet or consult a doctor to know the chances of getting pregnant while on it.
Condoms lower pregnancy and STD chances by about 98 percent. However the condom might break which spikes chances of pregnancy. Be on a birth control to have double protection.
With clomid there is a high chance of pregnancy as this will stimulate you to ovulate more.