Yes. Pregnancy is always a possibility if you are not using any birth control method.
It can take as long as 3 months.
You don't? You're already pregnant
Yes. Yes, it is very possible....I suggest you do a pregnancy test or contact your doctor, especially if you had regular periods before the pregnancy.
It doesn't. If you are trying to become pregnant, it may take a few months for ovulation to begin happening at a regular interval again. However, if you are having unprotected sex and do not want a pregnancy, you need another form of birth control.
The same as when your not on birth control pill. Birth control can cause pregnancy symptoms when you've recently started taking it within the last 3 months.
very high birth control should be practiced if you want to avoid pregnancy for time being
After 2 months of taking the pill? Generally as soon as you take your first pill, you're protected from pregnancy assuming you started while on your period.
a trimester is 3 months of your pregnancy. there are 3 trimesters in a pregnancy. 1-3 months, 4-6 months, and 7-9 months.
The average gestation period is approximately 12 months, however, some have gone as long as 16 months.
Even though tubal ligation is an extremely effective method of birth control with a less than 1% failure rate, there is still a chance of pregnancy with any birth control method. Missing 3 periods is definitely an indication for taking a pregnancy test. The chance of an ectopic pregnancy is much higher after a tubal ligation but carrying a normal pregnancy is still possible.
In the first few months of use, birth control pills can cause nausea and breast tenderness, like pregnancy. These side effects go away with time.
Unlikely. Anyway, get yourself a pregnancy test. Keeping such a doubt won't do you any good.
A couple of months.
Birth control will stay in the system for 3 months upon stopping the pill. However it will not protect you against pregnancy during this time - it will simply affect your menstrual cycle.
Usually it's normal to spot up to 4 months of your pregnancy. However, some women spot throughout their entire pregnancy and have no problems.
The only difference between a phantom pregnancy and a real pregnancy is that with a phantom pregnancy you are not actually carrying a baby and you will usually have a period and a negative pregnancy test. You will have the same symptoms as a regular pregnancy and they can last at least as long as 7 months.Scroll down to related links and look at "False pregnancy - Wikipedia"
If you have been on birth control for over 2 months then there is no chance of pregnancy occurring during your period. Birth control stops you from ovulating and prevent your ovaries releasing a egg, because there is no egg there is no chance of pregnancy.
Because you missed one pill you will be at low risk of pregnancy. You need to use a condom for 7 days and take plan B.
Sometimes it can yes as birth control will remain in your system for 3 months & you can continue to have occassional side effects during this time. But I would recommend you perform a pregnancy test.
A normal pregnancy lasts 40 weeks. However some women give birth early and some can go up to 2 weeks over. 40 weeks is 10 LUNAR months but approximately only 9 calander months.
This is very normal after stopping a birth control method. It can take many months for a person's menstrual cycle to return to normal after taking birth control for that long.
did you try different pregnancy tests? I would. If they all say negative...go to a doctor.