yes, if you are on a pill, the combined for example, you will not need to use any other contraceptive during the 7 day break. However, if condoms are your only method of contraception then continue to use these during your period.
Yes. Perfectly. However, if you wanted to avoid pregnancy, then you MUST use contraception. As you can get pregnant at any point during intercourse. Whether you are on your period or not.
Yes it is safe
Messy but it is safe.
You're never safe from getting pregnant. True, at some moments during your period it's a little less likely, but you're never a 100% safe.
It is safe at any time, but do you ask in respect of falling pregnant?
Do the intercourse in the safe period. It normally starts from 5 days before the cycle and 10 days after the menstrual cycle.
Yes; intercourse is perfectly safe throughout your entire pregnancy as long as you, the female, remains comfortable or your doctor orders you to refrain from sex.
Yes, safe period aren't safe only periods of varying probability. Out of couples relying on safe periods a full 19% gets pregnant during the first year.
It depends on what you mean by "safe intercourse." In using any method of birth control there is always a potential of getting pregnant. Nothing is 100% effective except for not having sex. So, yes, there is a possibility that you may be pregnant.
The sperm is usually discharged during intercourse. That one of the prime reasons for intercourse: for male sperm to get into a female for fertilization of her egg(s).It depends on what you mean by "safe". It is the natural method of procreation.
If you mean sexual intercourse then it's unwise to rely on any so-called safe period. Get proper contraception.