Birth Control for everybody is different.
But as long as you are taking birth control correctly ( I'm talking about pill's taken at the same time everyday , without missing any) then yes you should be protected.
Be aware that certain antibiotics can lessen the effectiveness of birth control pills. To be safe, if you're taking antibiotics, use a condom as well.
Although if you are using the withdrawal method , this does not stop STD's or any other infections.
On the pill, 4 in every 100 women will becaome pregnant within a year, and that is still if you are taking it correctly; Everyday at the same time. If you are inconsistant--missing days, taking them late, or even taking antibiotics that may lower the effectiveness, etc, then your chances of getting pregnant are about 50/50 depending on your body. You either will, or you won't.
Age makes no difference, withdrawal is NOT a method of birth control and you have a 30% chance of getting pregnant.
If you're on birth control then you don't need to use to withdrawal method because you're having protected sex. It is very unlikely that you will get pregnant
The risk is very high indeed , as one sperm if it gets in the vagina in the withdrawl method is enough to make the women pregnant.
no there is no chance you will get pregnant if a guy cums inside you .
The withdrawal method has a high failure rate. But because you was on the last day of your period then it is unlikely you will become pregnant hun.
The withdrawal method is not contraception, but the chances of pregnancy are very low at this stage in a woman's cycle.
Birth control pills are the most effective form of birth control. The withdrawal method does not work and if your practice that you will become pregnant. Thanks, JM
There is no exact percentage to how safe the "withdrawal method" is. But basically, this form of protection should never be relied on. Pre-cum can often be enough to get someone pregnant. So please, never rely on this method.
The chances are that you will get pregnant as the withdrawal method is highly unreliable.
Depending on when you stopped using birth control can change the effectiveness of the withdrawal method. Missing one or two pills in your pill pack can cause you to become pregnant even if you use the withdrawal method. The withdrawal method is not very effective even without the use of birth control pills because the man does not have to ejaculate for a woman to get pregnant since there can be sperm in pre-ejaculate fluid. The withdrawal method usually results in pregnancy 8 times out of every 10 women or 80%. Therefore, this method is not very effective.
I'm not sure what would cause psychological problems and for who. The man for not getting to ejaculate inside of her? No, that will not cause mental problems. Worrying about getting pregnant might do it though. Withdrawal is not a reliable birth control method and 1/4 get pregnant by it. There is sperm in pre-ejaculate so it is not safe unless you also avoid intercourse when you ovulate.