What is the chance of getting pregnant if he uses protection and the condom is not on him when he takes it out and he already came inside da condom?
High risk...take the morning after pill!
Depending on what type/ how much protection, there is usually always a chance of getting pregnant. If only a condom is being used, then it is absolutely still possible to get pregnant (the condom can break). The more protection used, the lesser the chance of getting pregnant, BUT the only way to prevent pregnancy 100% is not to engage is sexual intercourse at all.
What is the probability that a woman get pregnant even if premenstrual syndrome had already occurred?
well, if the condom breaks you have a extremely high chance of getting pregnant Assuming that it is properly put on and stays on and does not break there is no chance of the woman getting pregnant. THAT ABOVE STATMENT CAN BE PROVEN FALSE IF A WOMEN IS USING A VCF FILM WHICH IS A WOMEN CONDEM SAME PROTECTION PERCENTAGE AS MOST COMMON CONDOMS IF THE FILM FALLS OUT AFTER THE MAN HAS RELEASED IS…
What if you never had gotten pregnant while having unprotected sex then you sleep with someone else with protection how should figure it out?
It depends on the type of protection. (Birth Control Pill and condoms are the most effective at over 95% each) The more form (like pill and condom, or with spermidide and condom, ect.), the less likely it is that you could get pregnant. However, you can still get pregnant a few days after you initially had sex, so there is always a chance. But in this is case it is pretty slim.
If you start taking your birth control in the morning instead of evening will it cause a chance in getting pregnant?
you technically can but the chances are negligible If your using birth control you chances of getting pregnant are statistically 0.1%. using a condom properly 98.1% protection considering a 50% pregnancy rate from unprotected sex means a 0.8% chance of getting pregnant Meaning using both you have a .0008% chance of getting pregnant or 1/1250000 This is a rough statistic and includes the chances of condoms breaking. If your using both it is very unlikely…