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What the chances of pregnancy?

What if a guy had love with a girl, they didnt use a condom, she wasnt on birth control but he pulled out before he blew it. Is there still a chance of prenancy if so any guess on the %?

Norman asked on 22 May '11 at 18:48

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Krish g answer on 30 May '12 at 02:15

1.We'll assume that you have a willing partner! 2.Pregnancy can only happen when a woman is ovulating (that is, when an egg is released). For mOSt women of child-bearing age, ovulation occurs once a month. The egg, or ovum, can only survive for 12-24 hours. Therefore, pregnancy is most likely if you have loveual intercourse close to the time of ovulation. 3.How do you know if you are ovulating? While there are ovulation kits on the market, researchers have found that the best way to detect ovulation is by paying close attention to your body-specifically, by monitoring your cervical mucus. Cervical mucus is the fluid that is secreted from the cervix. You can check your cervical mucus by wiping your vaginal area with a tissue, then observing the tissue. The day of peak fertility is the last day that the cervical mucus is the consistency of egg whites; in other words, it should be slippery, clear and stretchy. The day of peak fertility is the best day to have loveual intercourse in order to get pregnant. Often, women in their twenties will have this egg white mucus for 5 days, while women in their mid-thirties may only have it for 1 day. Monitoring your cervical mucus for 1-2 months will help you understand your own body and will help you predict the best day to have loveual intercourse. Here's an overview of the stages of cervical mucus following your period (menstruation): Stage I: Mucus is sticky or gummy (lasts 2-3 days) Stage II: Mucus is creamy, milky (lasts 2-4 days). This is the start of your fertile period. Stage III: Egg white cervical fluid (lasts 1-5 days). This is when you are most likely to conceive. Stage IV: Mucus is dry or sticky. This is your infertile period. 4.To further increase your chances of pregnancy, elevate your hips after loveual intercourse (e.g., by putting a pillow under your hips) and stay there for at least 30 minutes. You should also limit your caffeine intake and stop smoking to increase your cervical mucus

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Lovemyboys answer on 10 May '11 at 07:29

No form of birth control is 100% effective. If you're a teenager and you're thinking about having love, use two methods of birth control if at all possible. It'll increase your chances of being protected and decrease your chances of an unwanted pregnancy. Just tell your boyfriend that if you two are going to be having love, that condoms will be worn ANY and EVERY time or there will be no love. love is a grown up act, and if you're grown up enough to do it, you BOTH need to be grown up enough to protect yourselves. If he has a problem with wearing condoms, save yourself for someone else.

Lovemyboys answer on 11 May '11 at 09:27

No form of birth control is 100% effective. If you're a teenager and you're thinking about having love, use two methods of birth control if at all possible. It'll increase your chances of being protected and decrease your chances of an unwanted pregnancy. Just tell your boyfriend that if you two are going to be having love, that condoms will be worn ANY and EVERY time or there will be no love. love is a grown up act, and if you're grown up enough to do it, you BOTH need to be grown up enough to protect yourselves. If he has a problem with wearing condoms, save yourself for someone else.

Lovemyboys answer on 11 May '11 at 12:31

No form of birth control is 100% effective. If you're a teenager and you're thinking about having love, use two methods of birth control if at all possible. It'll increase your chances of being protected and decrease your chances of an unwanted pregnancy. Just tell your boyfriend that if you two are going to be having love, that condoms will be worn ANY and EVERY time or there will be no love. love is a grown up act, and if you're grown up enough to do it, you BOTH need to be grown up enough to protect yourselves. If he has a problem with wearing condoms, save yourself for someone else.

Emma . answer on 26 Aug '12 at 10:27

hi...as you may know they say that birth control and even condoms are not 100% effective its always 98%....the other part is you used double protection and and you have been using it since a year and its working for you..so very less chances of any pregnancy....

Brandy smithson answer on 13 Apr '13 at 12:38

the same chance as using a condom and birth control (very little chance) nothing is 100% and depending on how long she has been on the pill her body probably isnt even releasing eggs anymore you should be good good luck