Can birth control increase your chances of becoming pregnant?


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2013-03-09 14:26:51
2013-03-09 14:26:51

I've seen this question around and I have already answered it once today and I wonder where this comes from. Of course Birth Control does not make it easier to get pregnant! Birth control prevents ovulation and you can not get pregnant without a egg. in order to get pregnant you have to quit using any type of birth control. And yes, birth control is not 100% effective but not using it is 0% effective. It never helps you getpregnant!

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No, birth control decreases your risk of getting pregnant.

If one is on birth control antibiotics make them less effective thus increasing your chances of becoming pregnant.

If the condom was placed correctly and did not break, the chances of becoming pregnant is highly unlikely. Still, I must say that any form of birth control - outside of abstinence - is never 100% effective.

the hormone IUD is a popular form of birth control, so I would assume so.

They may stop you from becoming pregnant or control when you do.

Missing any or all of the sugar pills will not affect the effectiveness of your birth control, nor will it affect your chances of becoming pregnant.

You may not get a period during the placebo week/sugar pills,either because your birth control did not give you a period because of the hormones, or you may be pregnant. Pregnancy typically occurs when you do not get a period. If you do not take your birth control pills everyday at the same time you will increase your chances of becoming pregnant.

Anyone who has unprotected sex is "at risk" of becoming pregnant. Use a condom, spermicide, or birth control.

The chances are slim but birth control can never be 100 percent trusted especially if you are new to it. Chances are your not pregnant.

yes you can anytime you stop taking your birth control you are increasing your chances to get pregnant. And also to you can get pregnant while on birth control sometimes

no. the chances of you getting pregnant are the same as if you hadn't taken birth control in months.

To prevent women from becoming pregnant when they do not want to be prevents you from getting pregnant

Yes you will have great chances of becoming pregnant now. It usually takes 3-7 days after stopping birth control to be able to become pregnant.

If you're not using birth control, the chances are higher!

It lessens the chances of becoming pregnant if you're having sex. It can also regulate your hormones. Some doctors recommend the pill to older teens.

If you stop using condoms, and are not on any other form of birth control, your chances of becoming pregnant drastically increase. there is no guarantee that you will become pregnant as one or both partners may be infertile, and even fertile couples may take several months to become pregnant if trying. But yes, you should become pregnant if you stop to use condoms.

Yes.everytime u have sex you are at a risk of pregnancy.the only way to not get pregnant is to practice abstinence.but using a condo and other birth control methods reduce the chances of actually becoming pregnant .

Yes you can, but the chances of you becoming pregnant while taking the pill and using a condom is very small. All birth control is only about 99% effect. As long as you use it right and take you pills right you should be fine.

It doesn't matter if the pill comes from a different pack if you start where you left off and DIDN"T MISS A DAY! If you missed a day of taking your pills, then you chances of becoming pregnant increase.

birth control increases your chances of not getting pregnant

You have the same chance to get pregnant as if you haven't been using any birth control. You have to take them for a specified time before you can have unprotected sex. See your healthcare provider.

Outside of abstinence, there is no form of birth control that is 100%. While taking the pill may be 99% effective, missing it for a week is going to increase the chances of getting pregnant.

maybe because birth control is a bad thing same with abortion. What if your mom aborted or birth controlesd you?

Though considered the most effective birth control you can still get pregnant the longer ago you had the surgery the better your chances are to get pregnant.

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