Are you protected against pregnancy the day before Depo-Provera is due?
You still have the same protection the day before depo provera is due. Some women have bleeding just before the shot is due, but they are still protected.
If you take the morning after pill hours early, you will still be protected against pregnancy but I would suggest that you perform a pregnancy test in 2-3 weeks. With regard to birth control pills, you need to of been on this medication for over 4 weeks before you are protected against pregnancy.
If you recently stopped breastfeeding and hadn't menstruated yet and if you started a combination pill today then how long before you are protected?
It will take one full month until you are protected fully against pregnancy.
What are the chances of getting pregnant if you missed 3 pills the first week and now you are on your green pills and have not started your period?
There is a chance you will become pregnant because you are no longer protected against pregnancy. When you miss one pills your not protected against pregnancy completely and missing several pills lessens the protectiveness against pregnancy even more. You need to use a condom for the next 2 weeks to prevent pregnancy and do not miss any more pills. Your period will start within the next few days. If it doesn't then see your doctor… Read More
If you miss 3-4 pills right before your expected period and still have your period at the expected time does that mean your not pregnant?
Perform a pregnancy test in 2 weeks to be certain and use a condom for 2 weeks because you wont be fully protected against pregnancy.
If my girlfriend is off the pill during her period and starts them right after he period gone but how long should we wait before we have sex again?
If she's been on the pill for over a month then she's protected against pregnancy.
If you put the patch on before your period is due, you may stop your period or you may have irregular bleeding. Remember that you won't be protected against pregnancy until you've used the patch correctly for seven days.
Can you get pregnant when you have protected sex and have a unprotected sex for a while and have another protected sex after the unprotected sex?
At any point of unprotected sex there is a high probability of pregnancy, whether or not you were protected before or afterward.
What is the possibility of getting pregnant on birth control if on the day before you started taking the placebo pill you had unprotected sex but took the pill later that day?
If you've been on birth control for over 4 weeks then you're protected against pregnancy.
I recently had my contraceptive implant renewed however due to my periods being irregular i had it renewed when i wasnt on my period am i protected against pregnancy staright away?
If you had one implant removed before its deadline and had another one put in that day, you have immediate protection.
If you take the BCP everyday as directed you are 99.5% protected from pregnancy.
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If you stop taking birth control for two weeks and start taking them again in the middle of the cycle instead of when your period startsstops will you be more likely to get pregnant?
Yes you're at risk of pregnancy. Not only have you put yourself at risk during the 2 weeks you stopped taking it but it will also take another 4 weeks of continously taking birth control before you'll be protected against pregnancy.
If I start my period 4 days before I'm supposed to take my ring out but I take the ring out as scheduled could I get pregnant at the end of my ring-free week?
Yes, but not very likely. Yes, you could become pregnant as once the ring has been removed, you will no longer be protected against pregnancy.
I have taken my pill two days early on my seven day break by mistake. Shall i wait two days or three before restarting to take the pill and will this effect my current period?
Continue taking your pills as normal but use a condom for 2 weeks so your protected against pregnancy.
your never protected from having a baby, but allow 2-4 weeks for the birth control to take its 99.99% effect.
Depo provides 99% protection from pregnancy. If you started the shot just before this episode of sex, and if you were in the first five days of your period, you were immediately protected against pregnancy. If you had the first shot this month and it was not in the first five days of your cycle, you didn't have protection until seven days had passed. If that's the case, talk with your health care provider or… Read More
If you forgot to take your birth control pill the night before and you take it the next morning instead, what could happen is that you may not be protected from pregnancy. You should use another form of contraception, such as a condom, for the next 7 days if you want to prevent pregnancy.
If your period started on Thursday you start taking the pill on Sunday how long does it take before your protected against getting pregnant. also what day are you likely to get your withdrawal bleed?
You are protected from pregnancy once you have taken 7 pills in 7 days. The withdrawal bleeding will depend on how your body reacts to the BCP. Some women have no bleeding, others spot continually for their first couple months of taking The Pill, others will have a few days of bleeding when they start taking the inactive pills in their packet.
If you have protected sex the day before are supposed to have your period and your period does not come can it be a sign for a late period or pregnancy if so what are the chances?
Usually, that close to a period sex will cause a delay in the period for a day or two.
If you have protected sex the day before you are supposed to have your period and you miss your period can that be sign for pregnancy?
Not really. Often your period can be delayed a day or so by sex. If you haven't had a period in several weeks take a test.
You have no pregnancy symptoms before you are pregnant.
What are the chances of being pregnant if you have been on the patch for only five days and you had unprotected sex 13 days before your period?
Unlikely you're pregnant but perform a pregnancy test to be certain as the patch should protect you against pregnancy.
I had two normal periods on time and had protected sex three days before my next cycle was due. Could I still get pregnant?
Yes. There's ALWAYS a possibility. Condoms aren't 100% effective against pregnancy or STD's. Also, a woman can ovulate on any given day even if their cycle is regular. So even though your partner wore a condom, you could have ovulated 3 days before your cycle and conceived, although your chances are slim.
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Nothing is 100% safe except abstinence. Since we are sexual beings we need the next best thing. As long as you take your pills as directed, you are protected (or safe) from pregnancy 99.5%. Risks involved with taking BCP include blood clots, stroke, or heart attack. The risk is higher in women 35 or older and women who smoke. Like everything else in this life you must weigh the risks against the benefits. The risks… Read More
This type of hypertension usually exists before pregnancy or may develop before week 20 of pregnancy.
You had unprotected sex and then 2 wks later protected sex with someone else Can the person you had protected sex be the father if the condom didnt break or nothing was coming out of it?
there is a slight chance but it is more likely the unprotected sex partner is the father. If he had the condom on before you gave him a blowjob then your okay. If not then maybe some preejaculation fluid could have caused the pregnancy, but not likely.
If you had 'protected' sex then it is very unlikely to be pregnant if you used contraception. But if you had 'unprotected' sex obviously your risk goes up but is very low because your period is starting meaning that the lining of the womb is breaking up causing a period. But if you don't get your period you should consider taking a pregnancy test.
Are you protected from pregnancy when you have had intercourse on the last day of active pills before you take the non active pills?
Yes you should be proctected provided that you are taking the pills at regular times everyday, but it is still a good idea to use a condom as well.
It is the time before you conceive.
nothing! a chemical pregnancy is one that is lost early on before most people even know they are pregnant. a chemical pregnancy is normally lost before or around the time of your period. a miscarriage is a pregnancy lost before 20 weeks. a chemical pregnancy is still a miscarriage anyway you look at it. hope this helps! nothing! a chemical pregnancy is one that is lost early on before most people even know they are… Read More
Hi, This isn't advisable without your Doctors consent incase the other birth control pills do not agree with you or you have a medical problems which requires you to avoid these pills. Make a appointment with your Doctor before you change pills. You should also know that when you switch brands you will not be protected against pregnancy for 4 weeks and must use a back-up method of protection.
The same as before your pregnancy!
Pregnancy before marriage or holy union.
If you have protected sex anytime you wont get pregnant.
Birth control must be taken every day for 4 weeks before it will protect you against pregnancy. To continue with the protectiveness of birth control you must continue taking a pill every day. Missing a pill will put you at a increased risk of pregnancy.
Getting a tat is not dangerous for pregnancy.
Condoms are about as effective against chlamydia as they are against pregnancy. If 100 couples with chlamydia has sex with condoms for a year and uses them perfectly, about two or three will have a pregnancy, and about one will transmit chlamydia. But people don't use condoms perfectly, so failure rates are higher in typical use (in which people sometimes don't use them, or don't use them before genital-genital contact, or allow them to fall… Read More
Based on pregnancy being 40 weeks, it would be 6 weeks. However a pregnancy can end before or after that, so it could be anything from about 4 to 7 weeks. Based on pregnancy being 40 weeks, it would be 6 weeks. However a pregnancy can end before or after that, so it could be anything from about 4 to 7 weeks. Based on pregnancy being 40 weeks, it would be 6 weeks. However a… Read More
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Of course you can doesnt change that
Ok you had two normal periods on time and you had protected sex and it was the three days before your period Could you still be pregnant?
condoms don't prevent pregnancy but it helps not getting pregnant 99.9% just like birth control. so it is very dought full your pregnant
Both before and after.
Early in pregnancy its safe, so you need to check with the chemist before taking Early in pregnancy its safe, so you need to check with the chemist before taking
Australian children are protected by the law against abuse. If they are not cared for properly they may expect to be cared for and educated at the expense of the state. Children are expected to have leadership education and guidance before rights as such come into the situation.
You been on seasonale for almost 2 months and you were on augmentin you stop it last Thursday or Friday and today had sex what are chances of you becoming pregnant before now he has always pulled out?
Because you're curently not on any BCP to protect you against pregnancy and because you had unprotected sex, there is a 1% risk of pregnancy occurring in your situation.
Preventing pregnancy is the same at all points in life. There are a number of birth control options. It is important to talk to your partner about the best options before having sex. Condoms are the birth control method that is easiest to get, effective, and will also protect against sexually transmitted diseases.
It is not a sign of pregnancy and it is not normal.