Can I get pregnant?


Can I get pregnant?So, you had sex…
Many teenagers and even older people make mistakes when it comes to rushing into a relationship or into bed with someone. Of course in the heat of the moment it’s entirely possible to forget about protection.However if you don’t use protection, it’s very easy to fall pregnant or contract a disease or infection. The following information is written for all the people who’ve had unprotected intercourse and want to know what the chances are of pregnancy.
Most questions are answered below – from the most fertile time for a woman to symptoms of pregnancy. Remember next time though – use protection!
Ways you can fall pregnant.
The following is a list of ways that you have a reasonable chance of falling pregnant:Unprotected penetrative sex (with or without orgasm).
Any contact between fresh sperm and the vagina.
When a condom breaks.Using the withdrawal method.
In any position – including missionary, doggy style and standing up.
When you have missed a birth control pill or taken them incorrectly (always follow the instructions.)
The following is a list of ways that you have a small or close to no chance of falling pregnant: (remember, it is still possible to fall pregnant these ways.)
Right before or during your period.
Using a condom (.01% chance).
While on the birth control pill (.01% chance).
While using a condom and birth control pills (very rare but does occasionally happen.)
While using any form of birth control such as depo needle.

You cannot fall pregnant from:Can I get pregnant?
Oral sex (with no direct genital to genital contact.)
Using an item (such as a towel) that a man has used – sperm dies very fast when not in a warm, moist environment.
If you had unprotected sex in the last 48 hours…
There is a special morning after pill (also known as the “Plan B” pill) that you can take within the first 48 hours after having unprotected sex. The sooner you have it, the more chance that you won’t have an unwanted pregnancy.It works by causing an early abortion if you are pregnant. It is usually more expensive than birth control tablets that are taken before sex.
Symptoms of Pregnancy
If think you may be pregnant, you may soon be experiencing some pregnancy symptoms. However, most pregnancy symptoms don’t start till between 3-9 weeks after you fall pregnant and some women never experience symptoms at all.Symptoms can include:
A missed period.
Light spotting.
Nausea.
Swollen, vein or tender breasts.
A metallic taste in the mouth.
Weight gain.
Extreme tiredness.
Changes in appetite.
Craving or aversion to food.

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