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2008-12-30 19:32:19
2008-12-30 19:32:19

Sperm can survive in the vagina up to 72 hours (roughly) after being deposited there, so yes, there is a risk of pregnancy.

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if the condom was torn and u were ovulating then ---there is a high chance u can get pregnant because u are fmost fertile on ur ovulating days.


It is possible to be pregnant and have a one time period. The question is were you ovulating when you had sex. If you had a period 9 days later, I doubt you are pregnant. However, it is possible.


This can be complicated because a man's sperm CAN live up to five days (although some studies say seven days) after it has been ejaculated into the female. If the male ejaculated 5-7 days before ovulation then it is possible.


Anytime a man ejaculates inside you there is a chance you could be pregnant, even if you are menstruating.



the first day of your period up until 14 days later depending on the person


Sperm can be viable for a few days inside a woman's body, even up to five days.



periods are a sign that you are not pregnant, yet there is a very small chance you will be pregnant from your ex. it is probly going to be your boyfriends baby. congrats


my periods cycle is 29-32 days, i want to know my ovulating days approximately.how doi calculate


Yes. A small amount of semen will usually leak prior to the main discharge w/o the guy feeling it, and you only need a little inside you to get pregnant. Pulling out and counting days are really, really unreliable methods if you want to avoid getting pregnant.


ZERO, sperm is very fragile and does not live long after being ejaculated. A woman must be ovulating for pregnancy to occur, not five days before ovulation.


Some people can have symptoms as early as 1 week after sex


Yes. Take a pregnancy test if you miss your next period.




Don't think so as long as the male hasn't ejaculated and the condom has ripped


14 days after her period.



Your most likely to get pregnant when you are ovulating. However, sperms can live inside you for up to 5-7 days therefore it is possible to get pregnant if ejaculation happens few days before you start ovulating. In some cases a woman can ovulate twice in her cycle but this is extremely rare.


If you put on the birth control patch while ovulating, you will likely still ovulate. Your next period may be later than expected. You will have pregnancy protection after you use the patch correctly for seven days.


Yes if it is a condom that is not spermicidal and sperm has leaked out in the mean time it is possible


14 days prior to your next period.


No, it may actually lessen your chances and it's not good for you. ========== I agree. The pill STOPS you from ovulating. Although It can take up to ten days to work, still, the pill would start to work and begin to stop you from ovulating. You may even ovulate later now.



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