increases your chances of not getting pregnant
No it will not.
No, there is no increased rate of miscarriage for women who are pregnant while taking birth control or who get pregnant after stopping birth control.
Yes - a miscarriage is very possible under these circumstances.
Birth control remains in your system for 3 months. You can continue to have symptoms during this time.
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.
If you're not taking the pill, it's always possible to get pregnant, fake symptoms or not.
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Little to none. Many women are taking birth control when they find out they are pregnant and then stop taking it.
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.
I'm not sure what symptoms you might have if you're pregnant and taking birth control pills. But for the sake of your unborn child, I'd stop taking the drug! Of course, you're not sure if you're pregnant, but I think the risk just isn't worth it. Stop taking the toxic drug for the sake of your body and the body of your developing baby. Take care.
if you have had unprotected sex recently even if you are on birth control you could be pregnant. i suggest taking a pregnancy test :)
Birth control GIVES you pregnancy symptoms. If she thinks she is pregnant she shouldn't be taking birth control any more and should see her doctor to find out.because birth control doesn't help if you are pregnet.
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Nope! You will just pee it out.
This is what you would expect to occur; but there are slight chances to become pregnant even when taking the pill.
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
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Birth control should be stopped after consulting with your doctor and typically after finishing your "blanks". Birth control has a number of hormones, which, when stopped suddenly, can cause spotting or even heavy bleeding, cramps, acne, emotional changes or other period symptoms. Additionally, no longer taking birth control will increase the likelihood of pregnancy.
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There are a few reasons for this. All of which you should speak to your Doctor about.Recently stopped/started taking birth control pills or alternative contraceptionIrregular periodsHormonal imbalanceMiscarriage
IF you were having unprotected sex during the time you was not taking your birth contol pills it could be a possibilty you may have got pregnant during that time. Do you now when you have you next period and also how long was you not taking your birth control pills all this will make a difference if your pregnant or not.
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