If you have normal cycles and typlical cycles involve heaving bleeding and cramps and then you experience light bleeding and no cramps. You have taken a pregnancy testbut the question I have is how soon after you this did you take the test? Pregnancy test can ofen be inacurate or unreliable. Based on your symptoms I would expect you arenot pregnant. It is not uncommon for women who have regular cycles to every now and then have a slight change in that cycle. Birth conrol plays a large roll in that. If you are experiencing any other symptom you should consult your doctor.
No. Birth control will not mess with the result of a pregnancy test.
did you try different pregnancy tests? I would. If they all say negative...go to a doctor.
No but antibiotics can cause your birth control to fail.
rarely not but you can.
If you're on the birth control pill and had a negative pregnancy test, it is not likely you are pregnant.
Birth control pills do not have an effect on pregnancy tests.
A pregnancy test on birth control will be accurate and probably negative. Birth control gives you pregnancy-type symptoms but if you have not taken your pills correctly or have been taking abtibiotics which may reduce their effectiveness take a pregnancy test.
Absolutely! While birth control does not affect the accuracy of a pregnancy test, the body will still have some pregnancy hormone (hCG) that will show up in blood or urine pregnancy tests even after a miscarriage. As the levels drop, the test will eventually become negative.
yes but more likely not to be you should go check with a doctor
Bleeding, stomach pain, and back pain are not pregnancy symptoms. Your pregnancy test is negative and you are using effective birth control. Please see your health care provider to find out why you're having pain.
Go to the doctor
Yes I believe anything is possible when it comes to pregnancy!AnswerIt seems unlikely but not impossible, if you have concerns then see your doctor
Birth control helps you avoid pregnancy, not achieve pregnancy.
Take a pregnancy test and know that if you took it soon enough in the pregnancy it will show a false negative.
It will have one line as a control. to tell you the test worked. and in the area where there could be a test line if you are pregnant, there will be none.
No. Birth control prevents pregnancy. it does not make pregnancy easier.
If you don't want to get pregnant, USE BIRTH CONTROL. It's that simple.
It's very possible. But your period could also be late to a number of things; Pregnancy, a new birth control, stress.. and so on. I wish you the best of luck.
Birth control works by preventing pregnancy. If you are already pregnant, birth control is of no use.
If you've had unprotected sex or a birth control failure there is always a chance of pregnancy. If you have had a negative home pregnancy test and still suspect that you may be pregnant you should test again and/or see a Dr to be sure.
you need to go see you Doctor.
Birth control is meant to prevent pregnancy.
The birth control pill decreases the risk of pregnancy. That is what it is intended to do.
You can take a pregnancy test any time you like. Birth control does not affect the accuracy of a pregnancy test.
It may be your birth control if you are taking any they cause irregular periods.