It is very likely for pregnancy occur, your best bet is to use a condom.AnswerProbably 50/50. I would say not pulling out would give you a much higher chance of getting her pregnant but pulling out isn't always effective. If you have precum while your penis is inside of her, there's a 50/50 chance she'll get pregnant.
The only way to prevent pregnancy without contraception is by abstaining from sexual intercourse. Unfortunately there is no way to prevent pregnancy from occurring with 100% accuracy unless you use contraception every time you have intercourse.
Not actually of pregnancy but possibly of ovulation...in which case pregnancy has a good chance of occurring.
You can't feel the symptoms of pregnancy immediately after intercourse.
You can have intercourse through the entire pregnancy unless you have a risky pregnancy and the doctor say otherwise.
Preventing pregnancy during sexual intercourse simply means using some form of birth control.Some methods of birth control include:birth control pillscondomsrhythm methodhormonal injections
There can be many measures that are taken to lesson the likelihood of pregnancy. One way to lesson these chances is abstinence.
No, you need to wait 14 days (two weeks) after intercourse to determine pregnancy.
This question is a bit difficult to answer. In all likelihood the chance of pregnancy occurring in this situation is very slim...there is less than a 1% chance of pregnancy occurring. However if you're concerned you can prevent pregnancy by taking the morning after pill, but you must take both pills 12hours apart for it to be effective.
If you had intercourse with condoms, yes.
You can detect pregnancy with a pregnancy test 14 days after intercourse.
Yes, however, there is a likelihood of another ectopic pregnancy if you have a first one.
A condom is used to capture sperm which is released during a mans ejaculation, during intercourse and this prevents pregnancy from occurring. A condom also has the added benefit of preventing infections being transmitted from one partner to the other via intercourse.
Hello, There is no safe time to have unprotected sex. You can even become pregnant during your period. During your period there is a 1% risk of pregnancy occurring. Outside of your period there is a 2% risk of pregnancy occurring. During Ovulation there is a very high risk that pregnancy may occur. So basically to prevent pregnancy you need to abstain from sex or use the necessary precautions (ie; a condom, birth control etc)
no .....it is not a sign of pregnancy do not worry...
Approximately 14 days after intercourse, pregnancy can be detected.
Yes, Oxytetracycline will effect how birth control pills work and may put you at risk of pregnancy. I am not certain if it will have a similar effect on the morning after pill. Refrain from having unprotected intercourse while on your antibiotics and use protection for 2 weeks after you have finished your antibiotics and if you are on birth control, this should prevent pregnancy from occurring. If you do have unprotected intercourse, perform a pregnancy test 2-3 weeks later.
There are ways to stop possible pregnancies after intercourse. Plan B is an alternative that must be prescribed by a doctor and taken within 72 hours of the unprotected encounter. It prevents pregnancy from occurring but won't effect you if you are already pregnant. So, if you take it too late, you may be pregnant already and it is not a cheap little pill. The universal recommendation is to use birth control before intercourse (or during).
There is a high likelihood of pregnancy.
No. Unless by "grapefruit", you mean "a man ejaculating into a woman's vagina", in which case the answer is yes.
There is a risk of pregnancy occurring any time you have unprotected intercourse and use the pull out method. I would recommend you take the morning after pill if you have not already. If you have took the morning after pill there is a 2% risk of pregnancy occurring in any situation when you take the morning after pill as it is only 98% effective at preventing pregnancy. I always recommend that a pregnancy test is performed 2-3 weeks after taking the morning after pill as the result will be accurate at this time.
Only after your missed period you can determine pregnancy not during ovualtion
no there are no signs of pregnancy until a period of two weeks after intercourse. unless you have missed a period in that case hahaha