This is a very hard question to summarise - afterall there have been whole books written on the subject! The simplest is to have sex around 14-16 days before your period is due. This is easy if you have a regular cycle. Otherwise you need to start looking at your cervical fluid. Don't be afraid of this. Straight after your period it should be quite dry and any mucus will be white-yellow-cream and solid. When you are fertile, it becomes very wet and a clear mucus (like egg whites of a raw egg). If you touch it you should find it stretchy. This should be for around 2-3 days. Try for sex around this time or just a little before. Then you will become dry again and any mucus will be solid looking. Good luck!!
"Likely", no. But it has happened.
Yes, if you had unprotected sex, you could be pregnant.
No chance of pregnancy if you take your birth control everyday at the same time. You are still protected during the placebo week even if you have unprotected intercourse.
You can get pregnant at any time suring your cycle if you have unprotected sex. It is less likely to get pregnant DURING your menstrual period, but it is possible. If you are trying not to get pregnant, make sure you use a condom during your whole cycle. If you've had unprotected sex and you're worried you might get pregnant, go to a helth department or Planned Parenthood and ask for the Plan B pills. They are higher does birth control pills that may stop you from getting pregnant.
Yes. You have been unprotected during intercourse and the MAP is not 100% sure. Pulling out is not a birth control method. 25% get pregnant and you will be too within 2 years of that is what you use as protection. There is sperm in pre ejaculate too and that can get you pregnant. Get on birth control.
There is no "safe" time during a month to have unprotected sex!!
You have a significantly lower risk of getting pregnant. Although nothing is foolproof. Meaning there always exists a possibility.
you could be, get a test to be sure
Yes you can become pregnant, because your body has not yet adapted to the hormones in the birth control which protects you from pregnancy. You should take a pregnancy test if you have had unprotected intercourse during you first week of starting birth control. You should wait to have unprotected intercourse for at least 1-2 months,2 months being safer.
If you have unprotected sex for a year, you have a 20 percent chance of getting pregnant during each cycle.
Both are as equally likely when having unprotected sex.
If you're healthy & have unprotected sex during your ovulation days, your chances of getting pregnant are very close to 100%.