With drawl while using condoms can cause pregnancy?


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2010-04-24 06:52:28
2010-04-24 06:52:28

Not likely at all.


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You can prevent pregnancy by using condoms. abstain from it

Pregnancy can be avoided by using condoms along with a reliable form of birth control.

Some people are allergic to typical latex condoms, which can cause irritation. However this is no excuse for not using one, because there are latex-free condoms available for the same price as the latex ones. Condoms also have an expiry date. Using them past the expiry date may cause them to split, resulting in pregnancy or even sexually transmitted diseases. Other than that, no. Whether either partner has an allergy or not to latex is not an acceptable excuse for not using one because there are different materials on the market.

Avoiding sex :) or using contraceptives; birth control pills or condoms.

You are 99% (or more) protected from pregnancy when you use BCP and condoms. Added protection from STI's from condoms.

Are you talking about pills here? If you are, pills (used correctly) will prevent pregnancy 99 times out of a hundred. Condoms will prevent pregnancy about 93 times out of a hundred. BUT, condoms also help prevent infection.

Condoms lower pregnancy and STD chances by about 98 percent. However the condom might break which spikes chances of pregnancy. Be on a birth control to have double protection.

The most popular way to prevent pregnancy are birth control, condoms and to just not have sexual intercourse. It is recommended to still use condoms while using birth control.

Very, very unlikely. Condoms alone is considered 98% effective, and pills even better.

You can stop using condoms if you're on birth control, but it makes sense to keep using them. They provide additional pregnancy protection, and also reduce the risk of some sexually transmitted diseases.

You don't, because it DOESN'T prevent pregnancy! You should be using condoms!

You stop pregnancy of wife either by:using condoms orthe wife can use special tablets to prevent pregnancy, orthrough masking sexual intercourse is safe non-pregnancy period.

Use protection. For example, condom or birth control pill. If you are using the birth control pill, it's a good idea to use condoms too. But never use 2 condoms at once, because they rub together and can cause rips and tears in each other, resulting in sperm leaking out, which can cause pregnancy. Also, remember that the withdrawal method (removing the penis before ejaculation) is not effective, because pre-ejaculate, which contains sperm, is released before ejaculation and can cause pregnancy

absolutely! that way there will NEVER be an unwanted pregnancy!!!

Using two condoms is a terrible idea. When you use two condoms the friction between the two will usually cause them both to rip. I only hope that my answer to this question reached you in time before you attempted to find an answer for yourself.

There is a very low risk of pregnancy when using Mirena. If you want to get pregnant, have the Mirena removed.

Just stop using it, but this may cause pregnancy.

Condoms are not 100% reliable so there is still a chance of pregnancy occurring. If you think you may be pregnant you should take a home pregnancy test and/or see a Dr.

Condoms will protect you from pregnancy without birth control pills. However, the condom must be used properly. To ensure protection from pregnancy while only using condoms, you must be sure that the condom is the proper size, make sure that the condom outside of the condom does not come in contact with the male genitalia.

Using two condoms is actually less effective than one condom alone. This is because the two condoms will rub against each other, creating friction, then can create a hole and cause them to fail.

most contraception if used properly is 93-99.9 percent effective against pregnancy. condoms are best for protecting against both pregnancy and disease.

According to the UK National Health Service condoms are 98% effective at preventing pregnancy if used properly. Specifically, two in every hundred women using condoms as a contraceptive method will become pregnant in a single year. But the failure rate for "typical use" of condoms is about 10-18%. The NHS recommend that an alternative method of contraception (e.g. birth control pill) be used as well as a condom to minimize the risk of unwanted pregnancy in the event that a condom fails. In addition, couples using condoms as the only method of birth control should be sure to have emergency contraception on hand in case they didn't use a condom or the condom breaks. Please see the related link.

If you are on the pill there is no need to use condoms, however if it isn't a regular partner you may want to use them to prevent STIs. Spermicide is not a trusted method to avoid pregnancy.

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