no condoms are NOT 100% reliable. it even says so on tha package. they are at best 85-95% reliable. they rip, get holes and if you continue to have sex after ejaculation with the same condom the semen can spill out the top.
mamabalas - sex ed isn't the same anymore. the teachers say oh use a condom and you'll be fine. they don't inform on pregnancy, std's and the odds of b/c and condoms failing. parents aren't involved anymore. it's a mess. this is why there are so many pregnant teenagers. they're misinformed, don't do the research or are just oblvious to the fact that the smallest amount of semen or pre ejaculate CAN get you pregnant. it's sad sad state the world is in.
Condoms ARE NOT 100% effective, never have been. There isn't a single form of b.c. that is 100% effective. Not having sex is the only way to ensure you don't get pregnant. Condoms are between 85 and 95% effective. You don't even have to do any research to learn this, it says so right on the box. In my opinion they should be used with another form of birth control, as a way of protecting yourself from std's. It is entirely possible to get pregnant using condoms. No matter what brand, style, whatever. Do people really believe condoms are 100% effective against pregnancy??? What happened to sex ed and reading labels before using products this important???
condoms are 100% effective and they are relyable
you can get condoms almost anywhere. a gas station, wal mart, grocery store, wal greens, rite aid....any sort of store or convenience store will have them.
i agree that condoms are not 100% effective and does anyone know where to get condoms
Yes it is possible. Condoms are absolutely not 100% effective. I agree with previous poster, get a hpt.
yes...it's entirely possible for you to get pregnant. condoms are NOT 100% effective and have failed. if there was a hole in it, if he continued after ejaculating it's possible for the semen to leak out the top, even if he put his penis inside or near the vagina pre ejaculate can get your pregnant. take an hpt or get a blood test done.