What are the chances of pregnancy without a condom if the pull out method was used and birth control pills were taken irregularly the week before?
Allot higher than you may think, get checked out as soon as possible, pre-ejaculate is still able to get a woman pregnant & for birth control pills to be effective they need to be taken as prescribed.
If your Nuvaring comes out, then your chances of pregnancy are the same as any female without contraceptive protection.
Without sperm, there can be no pregnancy.
If having diabetes in pregnancy, then the chances of having gestational diabetes in the next pregnancy is high as compared to other without gestational diabetes. But many who had gestational diabetes in one pregnancy had give up baby without gestational diabetes in their next pregnancy.
The chances are slim but birth control can never be 100 percent trusted especially if you are new to it. Chances are your not pregnant.
What form of birth control could people use without altering hormonal systems or blocking sperm from fertilizing an egg?
No method of birth control is perfect, and the failure rate of each method is quite high (i.e., you are reducing the chances of a pregnancy but not completely preventing a pregnancy). Oral sex and mutual masturbation (i.e., have fun but don't have sex) Condom Diaphragm Female condom
if none gets in zero. But there are cases where pregnancy has occurred without penetration
If you forgot to take your pill two days after sex without a condom and you are less than a week away from your period the chances for pregnancy are lower than another time of the month?
NO - birth control is not 100% effective and you should not depend on the without a condom if you don't want to get pregnant. You can get pregnant at ANY time of the month!!!!!
What are my chances of getting pregnant if I've only been on the pill for 6 days and i had sex with a condom and an hour later i had sex again without one?
You should not have unprotected sex when you have been on birth control for less than 4 weeks as this puts you at slight risk of pregnancy. Perform a pregnancy test in 2-3 weeks and the result will be accurate.
Yes the chances are there if the I.U.D has slipped without your knowledge, and pregnancy could well start.
The symptoms of pregnancy are same with or without the contraceptive implant. If you think you're pregnant, take a pregnancy test.
Immodium does not affect the birth control pill. You can use them both without increased risk of pregnancy.
Yes, if you have taken it correctly, there are still other factors that can cancel it out. Antibiotics, stomach bugs, certain medications... Even without any of that, no birth control is 100% effective. Although, when taken the way it is intended, the chances of pregnancy are quite low.
Answer Having no sex at all. Without condoms or birth control you can't prevent pregnancy if you keep on having sex. First of all, without condoms you can spread all kinds of diseases if you or your partner carries HIV or any other STD's. Second, birth control is just the extra protection against pregnancy along with condoms, don't think you can just use birth control and go on without condoms. Unless you know for sure… Read More
Not sure what you are asking. but NO, you should not be taking birth control during pregnancy. However, if you are taking oral contraceptive pills or depot provera and discover you are pregnant, you should not worry. Women who were on the birth control pill or depot provera during their pregnancy do not have any problems with their pregnancy i.e. they can carry the pregnancy to term and without any fetal abnormalities from the hormones… Read More
Unprotected sex, i.e. sexual intercourse without a condom, can definitely result in pregnancy. However, not every instance of unprotected sexual intercourse will result in pregnancy. Also, unprotected sex just means that no condom was used. If the female partner is using some type of birth control/contraception it will greatly reduce the chances of falling pregnant through unprotected sex.
Does taking the birth control pill continuously without a break for your period lower the risk of pregnancy?
Yes, a shorter or absent pill-free or placebo break appears to reduce the risk of pregnancy for women on the birth control pill
Women wanted to be able to have sex without the worry of pregnancy. Some people, however, use birth control for medical reasons.
Yes there is a high chance of pregnancy if you have missed 13 days of birth control. Even if you were to miss more than 2 pills without making up those days, pregnancy could occur. A pregnancy test should be done immediately.
Can you get pregnant without losing your virginity if there was slight entering but the hymen did not break and there was no semen what are the chances of pregnancy?
Technically, if the vagina was penetrated then you are no longer a virgin. Congrats. Although chances of pregnancy are lower because there was no ejaculation, there is something called pre-cum which is an initial discharge that is not always observable. In summation, you can not get pregnant if you are a virgin, but you are no longer considered a virgin if your vagina has been penetrated.
What are the chances of getting pregnant when you ejaculate inside a girl once without any protection?
The chances of pregnancy are fairly high, depending on the point in her menstrual cycle. If you dont use ptotection then the chances are the same everytime. Whether it's once or a hundred times. Always use a condom if you dont want children.
No. The ovum must be there for it to occur. This is why birth control pills work and tying the tubes work.
Though nothing is 100% effective there are many things you can do to prevent pregnancy. You can use birth control pills/patch/ring/shot etc. and be religious about it. Take your birth control medication as directed. If you are using the pill, it is important to never skip a dosage because it can increase your chances for pregnancy. Although the birth control pill is a good method for preventing pregnancy, you can decrease your likelihood of pregnancy… Read More
My boyfriend came inside of me today unprotected and I haven't taken my birth control in almost a month - Could i be pregnant?
Yes there is a high chance that you can be pregnant. When missing pills while on birth control can cause pregnancy, a month without birth controls will not protect you from pregnancy at all. A pregnancy test should be taken.
There's no special approach - sexual intercourse without birth control will result in pregnancy for 85% of couples within twelve months.
Is it any chance of pregnancy if your period finished and you will make sex after one week without condom and birth control pills?
Yes, it is always a chance of pregnancy after sex of any kind ,protected or not !
If a woman has a period, it is unlikely that she is pregnant; however, birth control is not 100% effective. The bleeding you have while on birth control is not actually a period; it is withdrawal bleeding, a reaction to lower hormones in the days you use a placebo pill. If you're having a typical withdrawal bleed, chances are low that you are pregnant. If you're pregnant, you will not have a normal withdrawal bleed… Read More
IUDs are among the most effective methods of birth control. There is normally no cause to take a pregnancy test. With or without the IUD pregnancy tests detect pregnancy from sex that happened 10 to 12 days earlier.
Pregnancy is reduced by several different ways. Using condoms, birth control like the pill which you take everyday also you can have birth control placed inside your body (IUD) but, I think the ones that are placed inside your uterus are usually recommended for women that have 1 or more children. Then you could use spermicide i am not sure how effective that is. Like I said there are a lot of contraceptives on the… Read More
Any age, along with STI testing and birth control.
If you have been taking your birth control pills right and on the first day of the new pack you had sex and he ejaculated in you without the use of a condom what are the chances of becoming pregnant?
If you have been on them for at least a month, you are safe. It doesn't matter what day of the pill pack you have sex. And as long as you are taking them correctly, they are about 95% or more affective against pregnancy. A condom just adds more protection and protects you from sexually passed diseases and the pill doesn't. So, your chances are very slim.
Well best way as everyone knows is not having intercourse... but we all know that doesn't usually work. :) so there are birth control methods for her that are safe as well. Now-a-days that method is actually safer in terms of pregnancy, but not for STDs or other diseases... So be very careful.
That is possible, the pre-cum has some spermatozoa in it also.the chances are most likely the same as when one has sexual intercourse,vaginally,without using a condom about 1 in 170. Thats the statistical figures but my first intercourse without a condom resulted in pregnancy the first time I enjoyed sexual intercourse without a condom so one should not take risks if they did not want a pregnancy,I did,so it didn't matter. The sexual excitement which… Read More
Having sex without birth control results in pregnancy for 85% of couples using no method for a year. Previous use of the contraceptive implant does not change this number.
Implanon doesn't increase the risk of infertility. For women with and without a history of implanon use, 85 in 100 will get pregnant in the course of a year of sex without birth control.
My birth control is microgestrin 121. I have a week without taking the pill. can you get pregnant the last day of the my cycle during that week without the pill?
Birth control only protects you against a 98% chance of pregnancy. So there is still a chance you could conceive. However if you've been on birth control for one month and haven't had unprotected sex, then you will be protected against pregnancy. But if you miss any pills you're at risk of conceiving.
The main reason is to have sex without getting pregnant. Some might take birth control pills because they have conditions that make pregnancy unsafe for them. For instance, they might have diabetes, heart disease, asthma, or problems with their female parts, so they take birth control pills so they won't get pregnant and risk their lives or produce deformed offspring. Some medications are so dangerous to possible offspring that doctors will make women take birth… Read More
What are your chances of pregnancy if you had unprotected sex last night and this morning and he pulled out but he had a substantial amount of pre-ejaculatory fluid?
Your chances of conceiving are 25% if you are between the ages of 20-35, and you within a couple days of your ovulation. You are fertile for about 3 days out of 28 in a normal cycle. Therefore without know what day you are up to in your cycle, I cannot really comment. Answer Hello - There is a 2% chance of pregnancy occurring from precum. If your period does not arrive then do a… Read More
By "dry sex" I assume you mean there is no ejaculation achieved? And by "bare" you mean they aren't using protection? Well if one person is using protection (properly) the chances for pregnancy after one time is extremely low. The 99% statistic is after one year of regular use. Without protection at all, and with the "pull out" method the chance is somewhere are 95%. Using the two methods in conjunction means pregnancy is very… Read More
It certainly wouldn't hurt to combine the two methods of birth control, but if you know your partner has no STDs then skipping the condom wouldn't be the worst thing in the world. The chances of pregnancy with Implanon alone are extremely low (0.05%) already, the risk of going without a condom would be mostly STDs if you aren't sure about your partner's status.
Yes Usually, get on birth control and use a condom every time you have intercorse.
It's not useful or wise to take the birth control pill if you're on NuvaRing. Doing so increases side effects without decreasing the risk of pregnancy.
Yes, you can get pregnant two weeks before you're on birth control if you had sex without doing anything to prevent pregnancy.
um.. abstinence...... or abstinence... amd if you get pregnant you always have the choice of abortion... but that's on your conscience..... good luck with that
What is the law in KY concerning the notification of parents about teen pregnancy if you a mental health counselor?
You can only tell if the minor agrees to it. Minors have the right to birth control, pregnancy- and STI testing and prenatal care without having the parents know.
Sometimes birth control can cause your periods to be irregular. But you must also note that you should be on birth control for at least 4 weeks before having intercourse without a backup method (i.e condoms). A lot of anti-biotics can nuetralize your birth control so you should use condoms or another form of birth control for at least 3-4 weeks after finishing your anit-biotics( and during the use of them). You also need to… Read More
I just started birth control Do you have to take birth control for a full month before it prevents pregnancy?
usually if you take the birth control for a week straight without missing any you will be protected. even if you use birth control it isn't 100% effective, so you should use condoms to be safe.
If im taking a 21 day birth control and I am taking the packs back to back which means im skipping the 7 days off does that affect the contraceptive protection?
No, you're still protected against unintended pregnancy if you skip your week break.As long as you're taking your birth control correctly you remain protected throughout, with or without your week break - although it's best for your health not to skip your withdrawal bleed too often. If concerned you can use a back-up method such as condoms to make absolutely sure your chances of pregnancy are low, obviously condoms also offer STI/STD protection too.
Yes. Physical and mental stress can cause a skipped period. I would recommend taking an over the counter pregnancy test though.
Avoid pregnancy mean using birth control but I think you mean end a pregnancy that is going on. There is nothing you have at home that can do that. If you don't have a safe abortion provider where you are you can always go to womenonwaves or womenonweb and see a doctor there for consultation up to the 9th week of pregnancy. They also do checkups afterwards.
If you have unprotected sex during the correct time of the month (during ovulation, which occurs approximately 14 days before your period begins) you have a 20-24% chance of conceiving. However, every woman and every pregnancy attempt (or accident lol) are different. It only took my sister one moment of oops and she became pregnant, but it took me 9 months of trying to become pregnant and we are both young and healthy. well, the… Read More