It is unlikely, but there is a such thing called pre-cum which is a clear liquid that comes from a male's penis before he ejaculates. This may also contain sperm, and if there was a hole in the condom that may have entered your body. But like I said, it is HIGHLY unlikely for you to become pregnant while using protection, and pulling out.
Similar to blowing a bubble in reverse. Get a condom and a banana and practice. You'll catch on.
Any type of hole in a condom can cause a pregnancy. It is always a good idea to check before using.
There is always a chance that pregnancy can occur if the condom broke. Sorry. There is sperm in the liquid that comes out while having sex. So, yes if the condom broke there is a chance of pregnancy, but not from the previous ejaculation Unless of course you are using the same condom which you should never use a condom twice.
It depends if the boy can ejaculate and the girl has started her started periods.
Not using a condom
It is always possible when having sex - the chances of getting pregnant with the two types of BC you are using together is very, very tiny.
yes it is possible but not likely and the chances are very low
Yes it is, but there is a very small chance that you will become pregnant and using a condom or having your partner pull out to cum will greatly decrease your chances of becoming pregnant.
The chances are low, but it is still possible. Take a pregnancy test if you miss your period
Condoms have a 3% failure rate if used correctly.So chances are very small if used correctly.
you technically can but the chances are negligible If your using birth control you chances of getting pregnant are statistically 0.1%. using a condom properly 98.1% protection considering a 50% pregnancy rate from unprotected sex means a 0.8% chance of getting pregnant Meaning using both you have a .0008% chance of getting pregnant or 1/1250000 This is a rough statistic and includes the chances of condoms breaking. If your using both it is very unlikely to become pregnant, however sex always carries that risk no matter how careful you are. Its part of the reason why over 100,000 people a day have an abortion.
No there is not.
No one has actually figured out the chances of using an expired condom, but one thing is sure. An expired condom has a much greater chance of breaking, which can cause pregnancy. Don't take the chance.
If you're using birth control correctly, chances are you won't become pregnant even if the condom broke.If sperm gets into the vagina there ALWAYS is some risk of getting pregnant. Birth control pills are only 98% effective.
Yes.everytime u have sex you are at a risk of pregnancy.the only way to not get pregnant is to practice abstinence.but using a condo and other birth control methods reduce the chances of actually becoming pregnant .