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What are the chances of pregnancy without the use of a condom and when you are treating a yeast infection?

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2005-11-26 22:42:04
2005-11-26 22:42:04

THe chances of pregnancy are the same as they are at any other time. You could be pregnant.

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if none gets in zero. But there are cases where pregnancy has occurred without penetration

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