Can regularly taking birth control pills in early pregnancy cause damage?
There is no research to suggest that taking birth control pills while pregnant has any effect on the developing baby.
Taking the birth control pill regularly lowers the risk of pregnancy, as well as lowering the risk of endometrial and ovarian cancer. It may raise the risk of heart attack, blood clot, or stroke, but for young women and for women who don't smoke, the risk of these problems due to pregnancy and delivery is higher than the risk from being on the birth control pill. Read More
Every sexual intercourse does not commit a pregnancy. If you fail to take birth control pill regularly isn't mean that you will definitely get pregnant. There may be a chance of pregnancy if you constantly fail to take birth control pill. Read More
If you have been taking your pill regularly, without missing any, taking 1 pill late is not likely to cause pregnancy or any ill effects. Take it as soon as you remember. Read More
You will become pregnant if you do not take your birth control pills regularly. Birth control will not work at all if you do not take it everyday at the same time.If you do not take your birth control regularly, you are not allowing the hormones to regulate and adapt in your system. By taking your birth control every day and at the same time as directed by all physicians, you will be 99.9%+ protected… Read More
Taking the birth control pill lowers the risk of pregnancy. Not taking the birth control pill does not lower the risk of pregnancy. You are more likely to get pregnant when you are not taking the birth control pill. Read More
Stop taking birth control pills, be at optimal weight, eat a balanced diet, exercise regularly, routine physical and dental exams, psychological support. Read More
If you suspect pregnancy has occurred when taking birth control, you need to have the pregnancy confirmed by your Doctor. If you indeed are pregnant, you must stop taking birth control as it can harm the unborn child. Read More
Birth control pills have no effect on pregnancy tests. Read More
Not sure what you are asking. but NO, you should not be taking birth control during pregnancy. However, if you are taking oral contraceptive pills or depot provera and discover you are pregnant, you should not worry. Women who were on the birth control pill or depot provera during their pregnancy do not have any problems with their pregnancy i.e. they can carry the pregnancy to term and without any fetal abnormalities from the hormones… Read More
Aspirin (Cortal) should be avoided when pregnant but if you take it once it wont do any harm. Regularly it will cause damage to the fetus though so as pregnant you should stick to Tylenol. Always consult your doctor. Read More
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. Read More
No, you should not be pregnant when taking birth control. Birth control is meant to lower the risk of pregnancy. Read More
This can somtimes happen if your body becomes reliant upon BCP. If this happens BCP usually loses its effectiveness at preventing pregnancy other a gradual period of time. I would see your doctor and have a pregnancy blood test. Read More
Hi, Your question is: What is the risk of taking birth control if you may be pregnant? There are several risks associated with taking birth control during pregnancy. These risks are: * Miscarriage * Stillbirth * Embryo development * Damage physically/mentally to the developing child. If you suspect you may be pregnant then stop taking birth control and consult with your Doctor who will perform a urine or blood pregnancy test to determine if you're… Read More
no. not having sex, especially unprotected, can prevent pregnancy. Read More
I'm afraid they only prevent it not get rid of it. if you think you are pregnant take a test right away. birth control will not end pregnancy. Read More
You cannot get Diabetes out of your body. You can keep it under control by reducing weight, exercise, and by taking medications regularly. Read More
it is not a form of birth control, and you can get pregnant while taking norethisterone. Read More
What if your nipples have been hurting for the past week If you have stopped taking your birth control 3 weeks ago Is this a sign of pregnancy?
Hello, Your question is: What if your nipples have been hurting for the past week if you have stopped taking birth control 3 weeks ago Is this a sign of pregnancy? Nipple tenderness can indicate pregnancy but unless other symptoms are associated which may also indicate pregnancy then I wouldn't believe this to be purely pregnancy related. When you stop taking birth control, as the hormones withdraw from your system, breast tenderness is not unheard… Read More
Less than 0.1 percent as long as you have been taking your pills regularly and the condom didn't break. Highly unlikely. However, understand that no form of birth control - aside from abstinence - is 100% effective. Read More
This is what you would expect to occur; but there are slight chances to become pregnant even when taking the pill. Read More
What is the effect of taking cyclenorm E and P during pregnancy within first 45 days Will taking these pills lead to an abortion will it in any way effect future plans to get pregnant Please?
Cyclenorm E&P is a birth control pill. They are used for preventing pregnancy and also for regulating periods in case of hormonal imbalances or poly cystic ovaries. They can not be used for abortion and will have no effect on a pregnancy. If they are taken continuously through out a pregnancy there can be fetal damage though. And no, it will not lead to any effect on future pregnancies. Read More
Could you be at risk of pregnancy if your boyfriend pulled out and then you started taking your birth control after it considering you hadn't taken birth control pills in a while?
Basically what is being asked here: can you be at risk of pregnancy if you don't use birth control - obviously, the answer is yes. Pregnancy is always a risk when sexually active, although withdrawal can be used as birth control when used correctly other methods like the pill are more effective. You'd have to have been taking the pill for AT LEAST a week for it to be effective in preventing pregnancy. Read More
Depends on why you are taking it. Cyclenorm E&P is a birth control pill. They are used for preventing pregnancy and also for regulating periods in case of hormonal imbalances or poly cystic ovaries. They can not be used for abortion and will have no effect on a pregnancy. If they are taken continuously through out a pregnancy there can be fetal damage though. Read More
If by birth control you mean the pill (birth control being the name for all methods including condoms etc) it prevents a pregnancy occurring in the first place rather than stopping it once it has started. Read More
Should you continue your new birth control even though you did not get your period taking the sugar pills?
Yes, continue taking your pills. Many woman stop menstruating while taking birth control pills. If you are questioning the possibility of pregnancy take a HPT (home pregnancy test), if it is negative you can be assured that you are not pregnant and the pill is working as it should. Read More
Well if you have taken a home-pregnancy test and it is positive then yes, you should stop. But you should not take the pregnancy test until at least the day of your expected period or 14 days after intercourse other wise your results will not likely be accurate. If you do get a positive pregnancy test then go ahead and stop taking your birth control and make an appointment with an OB/GYN. If the test… Read More
I have heard that while taking antibiotics on birth control, if can weaken the effectiveness of your birth control, causing you to become pregnant. If you have worries, you should take a pregnancy test, or consult your doctor. Hope this helps. Read More
Can you get pregnant if you switched from taking the shot to birth control pills but no longer take the birth control pills?
If you were on the shot but you switched to taking birth control pills, but you do not take the birth control pills anymore, you have a high chance of pregnancy if you have been having unprotected intercourse. All the active hormones from the birth control will have little or no effect after 3 days of not taking birth control. Read More
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. Read More
No, birth control is intended to prevent pregnancy. You can become pregnant while on birth control, as no method is 100% effective, but it isn't the birth control that makes you pregnant. Read More
You shouldn't be taking birth control if you're not prescribed it. Birth control pills don't stop periods, they stop pregnancy. Read More
No it can't as long as you are taking your birth control pills as instructed and not missing any. Marcy Read More
No, birth control pills will not harm or end an existing pregnancy. But a pregnant women stops taking birth control because it is of no use. Read More
If you think you may be pregnant, it will give you peace of mind to find out you are not and a test is the only way to find out if you are pregnant, that is the only need for taking a pregnancy test while on birth control. Read More
Hello, There is a few possibilitis as to why you would miss a period when on birth control. These possibilitis are: * Missing or taking too many Birth control pills. * Taking MAP or ECP. * Doseage of BC pills being too high for you. * Pregnancy. See your Doctor for a pregnancy blood test. Read More
You stop taking birth control when you want to get pregnant, when you are no longer fertile, when you're not at risk of pregnancy (perhaps because your partner can't get you pregnant), or when you have a medical condition that makes birth control a bad idea. Read More
Can you get pregnant if you take birth control and your boyfriend ejaculated in you five times in one day with out a condom?
Taking birth control is the key here. As long as you have not missed taking any of the BCP you are 99.5% protected from pregnancy. Read More
may cause birth defects. Women taking these drugs must stop taking them during pregnancy and for several months before a planned pregnancy. Methotrexate may also cause lung damage or fertility problems 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
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
Does taking the birth control pill continuously without a break for your period lower the risk of pregnancy?
Yes, a shorter or absent pill-free or placebo break appears to reduce the risk of pregnancy for women on the birth control pill Read More
Once a pregnancy is established, no. The pills can only prevent pregnancy ( though they are not 100% effective) if given the time to saturate your bloodstream and taken daily to prevent pregnancy. Taking the pills, if you haven't been taking them to prevent pregnancy, will not cause a miscarriage. I suggest going to a doctor. Read More
You have all the symptoms of a pregnant woman you just still have a period and feel sensations in your belly if you should take a pregnancy test while on birth control will the results be accurate?
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. Read More
Usually you have your period at specific times when taking birth control. If you have concerns, take a pregnancy test. Read More
Most women will have their period within a week or two of stopping birth control pills, and may be fertile from the first day they stop taking it. If you have stopped taking birth control and have not had your regular period as expected, you need a pregnancy test to be sure whether you are pregnant or not. Read More
If you stop taking birth control pills, you might get pregnant unless you find another strategy for reducing the risk of pregnancy. Your normal cycle will resume and you will become fertile again. Read More
Birth control pill not harm or end an existing pregnancy, but there's no need to continue taking them if you're already pregnant. Read More