Can birth control while pregnant kill the baby?
It could either kill or cause fatal effects to the baby .
i was on that when i became pregnant with my first child, and she didn't have birth defects. birth control doesnt hurt the baby just as long as you stop taking it once you find out you are pregnant. Read More
I am not sure, but I would not risk something like that. There is no need for you to take a birth control shot if you are already pregnant. Read More
why would you take birth control if you are already pregnant? If you're hoping for a miscarriage, it won't happen. If you got pregnant and didn't realize it and continued to take the birth control-don't worry, the baby will be fine. Read More
Yes, in some shape or form- depends on the contraception Read More
No, the birth control injection will not harm or end an existing pregnancy. If you have discovered you got a shot while pregnant, you can still continue or terminate the pregnancy. Read More
no it will only makes sure you dont get pregnant if you are pregnant and start taking birth control its doing nothing Read More
No it cannot. Read More
No because the pill is just estrogen. I was eight weeks along before I found out I was pregnant and the whole time I continued to take my birth control pill. The baby was healthy. ( I spotted and thought it was my period, that's why I was so far before I found out!) Read More
Yes. You don't take birth control pills when you're pregnant. That gives the baby a higher chance of having birth defects. Read More
Why would you take birth control if you're already pregnant? Birth control releases a hormone that tells your body it's pregnant so that you can't actually get pregnant. Is telling your body it's pregnant harmful to you when you're already pregnant? That wouldn't really make much sense would it? You and the baby would be fine you would just be wasting your money. Read More
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If you get pregnant on NuvaRing birth control and continue using it without knowing if you are pregnant will it hurt the baby?
No birth defects have been noted in women taking birth control unknowingly while pregnant. Because accidental pregnancies can occur on birth control, there is plenty of experience with this subject. See the "related links" section for a directory of hotlines you can call for information from specialists if you are concerned about a medication exposure during pregnancy. Read More
It is very unlikely you will conceive while taking a birth control pill. If you wish to become pregnant, you should stop taking the birth control and wait for one or two of your cycles to arrive with regularity. Read More
If you are taking birth control and become pregnant and don't know that you are will it harm the fetus?
taking birth control if you may be or are pregnant can and will harm the baby. A friend of mine was pregnant and took a pack of birth control pills to terminate the pregnancy, and it worked. so the answer is yes. Read More
once you stop taking birth control, it might take a while, but it will not keep you from having a baby. Read More
no, but it can cause complications for the mother and the baby. If you are pregnant and need alternatives, seek help at a free clinic there is one most likely in your area. Read More
No, you and your baby should be fine. Read More
You would cause birth defects with the baby. Read More
no, but your baby might be disfigured Read More
If you are taking birth control pills and become pregnant continue to take the pills can it harm the baby?
If you ARE pregnant- you have no need to take birth control, you cannot get 'more pregnant' by not taking them or anything like that. Stop taking the birth control pills and start taking prenatal vitamins. Studies are linking birth control pills to being harmful to your baby- but even if they are not harmful- why continue to take them if you are already pregnant? Again, you cannot get pregnant with multiple babies at once… Read More
If you are already pregnant birth control isn't going to do anything I don't believe. There is no point in starting BC when your already pregnant Read More
I'm pretty sure it can cause birth defects. You would need to talk to your doctor about this. Why would you start taking birth control after you find out your pregnant? I hope your not trying to kill your baby! Read More
Both smoking and the birth control pill can increase the risk of heart attack or stroke. Young women are more likely to die from heart attack or stroke from getting pregnant and having a baby than from smoking on the birth control pill. Read More
Women who drink while pregnant can have babies with fetal alcohol syndrome. Read More
Birth control pills prevent you from getting pregnant, not help you get rid of the fetus after it's already there. Read More
Women who contract the disease while pregnant may give birth to a baby with hearing impairment. Read More
If I took birth control for three months while that time being pregnant but not knowing I was pregnant could that be dangerous for the baby?
I have a friend who did the exact same thing and her doctor said it was no problem. YOU NEED TO CHECK WITH A DOCTOR THOUGH! Read More
Most manufacturers of The Pill claim there is no effect from low hormone pills on a developing embryo. My own little BCP baby is now grown and currently pregnant herself. Read More
There's no increase in birth defects from getting pregnant while using the contraceptive implant. The rate of birth defects is the same as for those who aren't on the implant. Read More
You came inside your girlfriend while she had a tampon in how likely is it that she could be pregnant?
Tampons are not birth control, the fact she had a tampon in doesn't mean there's lower risk of pregnancy - granted it may make it harder for sperm to swim up to the cervix, but not impossible. If you ejaculated in your girlfriend and she isn't using birth control then the risk of pregnancy is high unless emergency contraception is used. If you don't understand this then stop having sex, there's no excuse for not… Read More
If you mean that could you miscarry by taking birth control pills now that you are pregnant, no, they will not cause a miscarriage, but they could make you just plain sick, which would not be good for you nor the baby Read More
Yes, a nursing mother can get pregnant. While breastfeeding does suppress your menstrual cycle, it does not always stop it. If you are not ready to get pregnant again you will need some form or protection. Stay away from the pill or any other kind of birth control that involves hormones as these will be passed to your baby when you are nursing. Read More
The traditional birth control pill does not pose any risk to a developing fetus even while you are on it (that is, the pill is not 100% reliable, and if by some small chance you get pregnant while you are on it, then the baby will not be harmed by the fact that you are taking the pill), so all the more so a month after you've stopped taking it, it's fine to try to… Read More
Maybe. First I hope your penis didn't touch her uterus, that would be painful. No one was using birth control - condom, birth control pill, patch, shot, implant.... Your penis touched or was in her vagina? If you ejaculated (orgasm = semen & sperm) while your penis was touching her vagina (the man's part in making a baby - also called baby batter). If she was ovulating (had a mature egg) - ready for making… Read More
If you have not started taking birth control and you think your pregnant can you start taking birth control to stop it even though you havent started your period?
Taking birth control if you are pregnant will NOT stop the pregnancy. Birth control does not cause abortion but stops the ovaries from freeing an egg into the falopian tube and the womb. Plan B, or the morning after pill, will stop the fertilised egg from attaching itself to the endometer if taken within a certain amount of time. It has to be taken within 72 hours of the intercourse, however, and its efficacy decreases… Read More
If you are pregnant and do not know you are and are still taking birth control will this have any effects on the pregnancy?
No. The pill has no effect on a developing baby. Read More
NO birth control. If you are pregnant you don't have to use birth control. Any pill could harm your baby. The pill is to PREVENT pregnancy and that door is all ready closed for you. Read More
Of course, if you are trying to get pregnant DO NOT BE ON BIRTH CONTROL!!! Now make sure the person you want to the father to be is there for you and will be there for you every step of the way, my daughter just had a baby and the babys father is no where to be found Read More
Douching while pregnant cannot harm the baby directly, however douching can sometimes lead to yeast infections. Yeast infections also do not harm the baby directly, however they can get thrush (yeast infection in their mouth) if you give birth while infected. Read More
I Didn't Know I Was Pregnant - 2008 Baby Despite Birth Control 4-22 was released on: USA: 17 July 2011 USA: 5 October 2011 Read More
No. Flour will not harm your baby while pregnant. Read More
if you are doing this as a replacement to abortion stop now. if a woman is pregnant and takes the birth control pill while being pregnant it may terminate the pregnancy however it could also just lead to birth defects. it could lead to the baby dying inside of your uterus while still connected to the placenta which can result in different kinds of infections to you ... it could lead to a still birth… Read More
If you don't eat while you are pregnant, your baby will not be healthy and may not even make it full term. And vitamin deficiencies can lead directly to birth defects. Read More
Its not a good idea to take four birth control pills at a time to try and prevent pregnancy because if you already are pregnant, not even four pills can help you now and on top of that you wouldn't want to harm the baby if you already are pregnant. I know someone who had a physically deformed baby because she continued using her birth control pills while pregnant. She thought she would eventually end… Read More
Birth control stops the womans body from having a baby, and let's them enjoy the pleasures of intercourse without the consequences. So think about that. OF COURE IT WOULD! Read More
You should have a normal baby born. But then baby may need supervision of the endocrinologist after birth for transient hypothyroidism. Read More