Using a condom is a very good way to reduce the chance of getting pregnant. Make sure you know how to use it. Make sure it's used properly, and you won't get a pregnancy.
its very slim to none but it can happen!
Most recent evidence shows it continues to be effective for up to seven years. Talk with your health care provider about when you should have it replaced, if you are still not thinking of getting pregnant.
umm about the same as 9 weeks, 9 months or 2 years after giving birth. If you have already been pregnant once tho your chance of getting pregnant again is much better, however if you have reached an advanced age-typically considered 35 or older it could become more difficult or increase your chances of birth defects. if you are young, it should be just as easy to get pregnant as it was 9 years ago.
zero, but get a sperm count to be sure
You likely can get pregnant and fertility pills will help.
Negligible, but not impossible. It would require that your body healed itself ... not unheard of but rare.
Your chances are very slim...all though you are only guaranteed for ten years.It is like one in one hundred women that will get pg after being sterilized
You need to get a doctor check up.
The chances are very low. The failure rate of modern IUDs (coils) is under 1% per year. The failure rate for condoms is about 15% per year. Thus a couple using both methods could expect a pregnancy about once every 500 years. Remember -- the IUD does not provide protection against sexually transmitted diseases.
Slim but there are cases where they slip out and become active once again
Chances are you can get pregnant.