When your partner is pregnant
You might not neccesarily be pregnant, but there is a higher chance than if you actually used a condom, or any other contraceptive..
Why are you even thinking about it? Of course you are not pregnant.
20 percent without condom
yesExcellent.Yes you can get pregnant if the condom splits.
You cannot get pregnant unless it breaks and leaks. So be sure to get a good condom, and make sure that if your partner ejaculates that the condom does not break
Even with a condom there is still a chance that you can get pregnant.
If you and your partner are using a condom, then your partner will not be wanting/expecting a baby at this time. If you want a baby it would be better to discuss this with your partner and if he agrees you can then have sex without using the condom. You also need to think about protection, a condom protects you from sexually transmitted diseases, if you put the inside of the condom in yourself you lose this protection. I understand you want to get pregnant but please wait till you find the right person and share the baby between you.
you can get pregnant without climaxing. as for the condom, when used 100% of the time, and in the correct way, the chance of pregnancy is VERY low, but even condoms are not 100% effective. so it is possible.
There is always a slim chance - but by the sounds of it you should be fine.
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.
Obviously, sex without a condom is unsafe, but the chances of becoming pregnant from this are slim. After all, you here of couples trying for ages to become pregnant. It generally depends on the woman's menstrual cycle, if you had sex without a condom a couple of days before her period is due, there is a higher chance of pregnancy, as there is an egg available. If you penetrated her just after she had her period, then there is almost no chance of becomign pregnant (however there is still a chance). This is why the days just after a womans period are called her "safe days".