Brandi_S answered Monday January 15 2007, 11:34 am: The percentage while using a condom or birth control is about 1%.
1% chances, is enough for me to know you can't totally trust it. Birth control sometimes fails, and condoms break. ALWAYS be expecting the possibility of pregnancy if you are having sex.
As for no protection? I don't know a factual percentage, however I can tell you that you can get pregnant the very first time you have sex. EVERY TIME you have unprotected sex, you are at great risk of becoming pregnant.
You are also at a great risk of getting a sexually transmitted disease every time you have sex without a condom. Condoms are the only protection against STDs.
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