What Leads To Surprise Pregnancy Even After Proper Protection

What Leads To Surprise Pregnancy Even After Proper Protection

Surprise pregnancy happens more often than you might think. You can get pregnant anytime if you are sexually active or away from the menopause. No contraception method can promise you 100 percent pregnancy prevention. Therefore, the chances of getting pregnant are always there with every intercourse. Surprise pregnancy happens to many women. In the case of unprotected sex, the chances rise. The chances still exist even if you have the complete surety of non-ejaculation. (Also Read: Tips To Conceive After A Miscarriage)

What is the reason of surprise pregnancy?
People say that ‘abstinence’ is the only method of birth control which is 100 percent effective. Though birth control methods work successfully chances of accidents are always there. If you use birth controls in an appropriate way, your chances of getting pregnant go up. Sometimes it’s obvious that it didn’t work, like when a condom breaks. Condoms are made by Latex rubber, there are chances of breaking the surface. It can prevent pregnancy up to 5 days after unprotected sex. But if you skipped finding a small hole in the condom, or somehow the daily pill is being missed, there are chances present that you may get pregnant.

The another biggest reason for an unplanned pregnancy is not using any contraception. This type of problems happens to many people. They may not like it or face too much side effects. (Also Read: Is It Necessary To Change The Diet Before Conceiving A Baby)

Many times, the couple or their family do not want the baby for many perspectives. The couple is not planning to conceive, but they are not even actively trying to use contraception. At the end, the woman comes pregnant.

Some women do not realise that they may get pregnant. If the woman has struggled with infertility in the past and near to premenopause state, there are chances of a surprise pregnancy.

If someone still gets periods even if she does not have a regular flow and she does not want to get pregnant she should not leave consuming birth control pills. Once going through menopause, it is safe to have sex without contraception without getting pregnant. (Also Read: How Long Does It Take To Get Pregnant)

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