Mar 25, 2015 ... When the pill is used correctly, the chance of pregnancy is pretty slim. Still ... For
example, is she mainly worried about getting pregnant or is ...
Jun 16, 2008 ... The pill is 99 percent effective in preventing pregnancy. Even so, between 2 and
8 percent of women become pregnant each year while using ...
Missing even a few doses greatly increases your chances of pregnancy: while
only 0.1 percent of women get pregnant when using the pill properly, pregnancy
Sep 29, 2007 ... I am a mother of six and currently expecting #7. I got pregnant with my 1st while
on the pill, 2nd while using the patch, 3rd only 5 weeks after my ...
Jun 30, 2016 ... Almost any time you have sex without using birth control effectively, there's a
chance you might get pregnant – and using emergency ...
Get Involved ... Birth Control ... or the "pull out method"; Something you can do
during vaginal intercourse to prevent pregnancy; Safe, easy, and convenient ...
Jul 15, 2013 ... The birth control pill often works. But when it doesn't, it's anybody's guess as to
why. One woman's story.
This chart compares how well different birth control methods work. ... method)
may have an even greater chance of getting pregnant than adult women because
Sep 17, 2014 ... Contraceptives fail a lot more often than you may have realized. ... and/or feel like
it, your odds of getting pregnant are going to be a lot lower.
If you throw up during that half hour right after you take the pill, there's a chance
that you could get pregnant if you have sex later. This is also possible if a woman