Yes! It happens all the time!
When using withdrawal, you can get pregnant whether you have your period or not!
The chances are that you're pregnant!
No this is not true. The likelihood of you becomming pregnant depends on where you are in your cycle and how fertile you are. The withdrawal method has a very high faiure rate. You should use a condom and not use the pullout/withdrawal method.
It is possible. The pullout method is not 100% effective.
The pullout method is when the man pulls out of the woman before he ejaculates. However, it is not a reliable method of contraception because he can release pre-ejaculate before he pulls out and the woman can still get pregnant from that
The pullout method is the most unreliable method of birth control. Pregnancy is always a possibility - be protected.
The withdrawal method is not contraception, but the chances of pregnancy are very low at this stage in a woman's cycle.
It is possible that you can get pregnant after Mirena is removed even if you are bleeding. If you don't want to be pregnant, use another method of birth control.