Post # 1
I’m highly fertile and on my pills had unprotected intercorse twice, but he pulls out. Is it still a possibility? I want it, but I can’t have one now. We aren’t married yet. I feel it’s best to wait but if it happens it happens.
Post # 2
kirann: it’s always possible to get pregnant when you have unprotected sex……
Post # 3
It’s always possible to get pregnant when you have any kind of sex…
Post # 4
Stop having unprotected sex if you can’t have a baby now. “If it happens, it happens” means that you are basically trying for a baby.
Post # 5
There is always a chance.. be careful if you aren’t ready.
Post # 6
kirann: Yes, anything is possible. However, if you’re using your birth control correctly AND he pulled out then the statistical liklihood that you’re pregnant is slim to none (like, less than 1%).
I think you should wait until you’re ready to have a baby before becoming pregnant.
Post # 7
If you are taking birth control pills as directed, it is unlikely you would be pregnant, and even less so if he pulls out in addition to the pill. However, if you really do not want to be pregnant now, don’t say, “if it happens, it happens.” Pregnancy occurs due to very real, predictable reasons, not due to destiny or fate. So take birth control pills as directed (the same time each day) and use a second, reliable form of birth control. Pregnancy is a much, much better experience when you are ready for it.
Post # 8
Why do you want a baby if you aren’t ready?
Seriously. Are you that selfish?
Post # 9
Be more responsible with birth control options if you know you’re not ready to be a mother. Don’t be selfish and bring a human into the world that you know you can’t take care of … Also if you aren’t mature enough to know that unprotected sex (no matter if on the pill, they aren’t 100% effective and the pull out method doesnt count as a contraseptive) could possibly lead to pregnancy you definitely aren’t ready to be a mother …
Post # 10
Devil’s advocate here. Why are you advising OP to be more responsible with birth control options when she always uses the pill and the pullout method? That’s more than the vast majority of women use who aren’t ready for pregnancy.
OP, you’re doing great! You’ll be fine. Nearly every woman in the world has had that question in her mind at some point or another (“Could I be pregnant?”), and it’s totally natural to want a baby when you’re not ready for one quite yet.
On another note… Are you ever really ready for a baby? I’ve heard so many parents tell me, “You’re NEVER ready for a baby! So have one anyway…”
Either way, relax. Have some hot tea. Take a bath. Kiss your Fiance. You guys are fine.
Post # 11
What do you mean by “highly fertile?” I’m genuinely curious, no snark here.
Post # 12
olivejd: +1. Also, contrary to popular belief, if you are truly ‘ on the pill'( meaning taking it as directed) it is hard to get pregnant even if he doesn’t pull out!
It drives me CRAZY when people say ” oh I was on the pill” when they really mean ” i wasnt actually taking it as directed/skipped a bunch”. then you ARENT ON THE PILL! LOL
Post # 13
Take your pills every day, and continue doing the pullout method (or consider condoms) because it makes your possibility of getting pregnant even lower. Absolutely plan for your baby, don’t just say it may happen. When you plan and let everything have a date and time, it is so much more relaxing to wake up and do your thing every day. Your wedding is in june 2018. Focus on that: what are you trying to accomplish before then? Job? Degree? House? Dream venue? Dream body? Dream budget? Work towards your goals, and plan to not have to throw a baby into the mix.
Post # 14
Yeah, how do you know you are “highly fertile”? Do you have other kids? Have you been pregnant before?
Post # 15
I wouldn’t call having sex while taking birth control pills AND pulling out to be “unprotected.” I wouldn’t even call having sex and just using birth control pills unprotected, either. I think the OP’s chances of pregnancy are extremely low. Like basically no chance.