Well this essentially will not cause pregnancy but if you are ovulating during this time, which is not unheard of, can happen. So have unprotected intercourse during your period is not the safest bet on your part. * http://www.epigee.org/menstruation/sex.html * http://pregnancy.about.com/cs/sexuality/a/pregsex.htm
Hello, I will refer to this question as two separate instances of unprotected intercourse so I don't muddle you up. :-) During the first instance of unprotected intercourse, because you took the MAP and providing you took the pill correctly, it is unlikely you will conceive this time. During the second instance of unprotected intercourse where you did not take MAP, there is a 2% chance this may result in pregnancy. I don't know whether you wish to conceive or not, but it is too late to take MAP now as it must be taken within 72 hours of unprotected intercourse to be effective. I would recommend that you perform a pregnancy test 2-3 weeks after you last had unprotected intercourse for it to be effective.
You can increase your chance of pregnancy, by having unprotected intercourse during your most fertile time. You can determine your fertile time, by performing a ovulation test 14 + days after your period ended.
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.
usually stress sometimes if you have intercourse that can cause bleeding even infections
Yes, you can conceive by having unprotected sex during PMS.
You can have intercourse through the entire pregnancy unless you have a risky pregnancy and the doctor say otherwise.
Sexting cannot create a pregnancy, but it can lead to sexual activities that can cause conception. Conception can occur during sexual intercourse. A pregnancy can occur the very first time a girl has unprotected sex.
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.
The main causes of a pregnancy in general is having unprotected sexual intercourse,,the only way you can get pregnant is if you have unprotected sex,but condoms arent 100% accurate even after using a condom during sex you could still get pregnant because the condom could have broke or something.Birth control is another way to go to but there also not 100% accurate,but if you do start taking birth control its a good thing to take it everyday and at the same time everyday to get best results.
no, get a proper contraception
There is always a chance of pregnancy when you have unprotected sex. The mild cramping could be from sex. If you had sex right before ovulation or during ovulation, there is a huge chance of pregnancy. If you miss your period then take a pregnancy test. Hope this helps.
Only after your missed period you can determine pregnancy not during ovualtion
Ask doctors, personal physician.
If your already pregnant and have sexual intercourse during anytime of your pregnancy you can not get pregnant.
VERY. Its happened to me too many times.
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.
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).
I do not know if it is "safer" but it is all good to have intercourse during pregnancy. In fact a womans libido usually increases during pregnancy (which I am sure your husband will find to be a nice change!) . Also, orgasms release a hormone that can actually help headaches and fatigue so go for it!
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)
Yes it does.
Yup ... During sexual intercourse the male emits semen even before ejaculation. In that semen are sperm ... Pregnancy can occur before the male orgasm.
During pregnancy, listeriosis often causes miscarriage or stillbirth.