Feb 23, · Never heard of pulling out even when wearing a condom (srs). It's bad enough you have to wear one anyway, **** pulling out as well. May as well not bother at all. This is a motherfuking invitation. May 31, · Wearing a condom helps keep the sperm away from the vagina. If the condom breaks, the sperm could escape and have the potential to fertilize the egg. When you pull out before you ejaculate, the sperm from that ejaculation could not reach the egg. During sex, if the condom breaks, sperm within your precum could fertilize the egg.
Apr 21, · If you’re using a condom with spermicide and your boyfriend is pulling out before he ejaculates — known as withdrawal or the pull-out method — then the chance of getting pregnant is really, really unlikely. With condoms there is a 2% chance of pregnancy if used correctly. With the "pull out method" there is a 4% chance of pregnancy if done correctly. So if you do the math: P(pregnancy w/ cond. & pull out)= P)) P Numbers don't lie. There is a% chance of pregnancy if condoms and the pull out method are used together and correctly.
It's most probably not necessary to keep you from getting pregnant, but pulling out does decrease the risk of pregnancy. by the way Using a condom properly, includes: Immediately after he cums, put his fingers on the condom, as the base of his dick, to hold the condom on, so it won'g slip off as his dick gets smaller. chances of getting pregnant if you wore a condom the entire time and pulled out before he ejaculated on the day of ovulation. Dr. Robert Killian answered 28 years experience General Practice How to get pregnant?.
Oct 10, · If you had sex there is always a chance of pregnancy unless you're using a good birth control. Pulling out is NOT a method of birth control. If you are sure the condom didn't break or leak she is probably safe. If you use a spermicide with a . Dec 21, · If your partner uses a condom and pulls out before he ejaculates — comes — then you’re using two different kinds of birth control methods. The first, the male condom, is an effective way to prevent pregnancy. Each year, two out of women whose partners use condoms will become pregnant if they always use condoms correctly.
Condom AND pull-out method? Hey ladies, I've recently started a relationship with a wonderful man. I'm not on birth control of any kind, but we're always very careful to use condoms correctly when we have sex. However, he is adamant about pulling out even while using a condom. I don't think it's an awful risk as long as you've used the condom. Holding the base of the condom as you pull your penis out of any orifice is important when using condoms whether you withdraw in advance of ejaculating or not, but it can sometimes be easier to space out holding the base when you're in the middle of orgasm or about to orgasm, since at that point in time, most of us have an understandably tough time thinking clearly.