No method of birth control is 100% effective.
No. If you are on birth control, you do not need to use the pull out method because the birth control should stop you from getting pregnant
You don't need to use the pull out method when you are using birth control because the birth control should prevent you from getting pregnant
No, birth control is intended to prevent pregnancy. You can become pregnant while on birth control, as no method is 100% effective, but it isn't the birth control that makes you pregnant.
Age makes no difference, withdrawal is NOT a method of birth control and you have a 30% chance of getting pregnant.
The purpose of a birth control pill is not to get pregnant, so they are not "prone" to getting pregnant. To get pregnant the pill has to be stopped.
No, birth control decreases your risk of getting pregnant.
It is relatively easy.The 'Pull-out Method' is not a good form of birth control.You are at risk of becoming pregnant if you continue to use (that method) of birth control.Condoms are the best option that we have.
The 'Pull-out Method' is not a good form of birth control.You are at risk of becoming pregnant if you continue to use (that method) of birth control.Condoms are the best option that we have.
the answer is NO. Lowering your changes of getting pregnant can only be successful through safe sex, which includes use of condoms or birth control contraceptives. wearing a tampon will NOT lower your chances. that is a myth
Yes. The pull out method is not recognized as an effective form of birth control. It has a 27% failure rate and a woman can become pregnant from pre-cum.If you do not wish to become pregnant I highly recommend using a condom and/or an effective form of birth control.
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.
To keep you from getting pregnant
yes, and even on birth control there is a small chance of getting pregnant
Yes, you can. No birth control method is 100% effective. Use of more than one method helps improve the chances of not getting pregnant. Abstinence is the only foolproof method.
It doesn't matter - you can STILL get pregnant no matter what!
No, you may get pregnant straight away but you may not get pregnant for months, the chances are about the same as if you had never been on birth control.
No you discontinue taking birth control pills when you become pregnant. Birth control is a method used to prevent pregnancy. You are already pregnant so birth control has no use. Also, it may possibly cause bad side effects to continue taking birth control pills while you are pregnant.
Don't chance it. Always use a contraceptive. Although the chances of you getting pregnant are slim you could be part of that small percentage of woman who do get pregnant on birth control.
there is always a chance of getting pregnant while on birth control. birth controll just lowers your chance of getting pregnant but doesnt prevent it totally. i have 4 kids and got pregnant twice on birth control.
birth control increases your chances of not 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
Yes, Birth control measures will assist in preventing pregnancy but they will not stop you getting pregnant. There will always be a possibility you may become pregnant.
Birth control prevents women from getting pregnant. They use it to prevent a birth of a child.
Yes, you can get pregnant if you don't take the birth control pill and have sex. If you want to avoid pregnancy, find a method of contraception.