You start to ovulate and get your period back and you can get pregnant again.
Well, if you stopped taking it completely that might cause a flux in your hormones and start your period. The pill regulates the hormones in your body so you don't become pregnant. It kind of makes your body think your pregnant. Also, depends on when you started taking the pill. Was it at the beginning of your period or the end? Each one is different. Maybe you should ask the doctor or clinic you got them from.
Start the Sunday that you got your period. Ex. you started your period on tuesday...start taking the pill again that following Sunday!!
Hmm there are only certain days a woman can get pregnant in the month.. its usually 12-14 days after your period.. that's when u start ovulating again..
A period is the sheding of the lining of your uterus. It gets rid of old blood and makes new. When you are pregnant you use the lining of your uterus for your baby. It doesn't shed again until you have your baby.
Yes, you can get pregnant by having sex, that has been known for a few years.
if you got your period, then you are not pregnant. (unless you have had sex again during this time.)
Er? No! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- When you stop taking "The Pill" you upset your biology tremendously thusly causing erratic menstural cycles for a period of time. Before you know it you will become cyclical again but if you are young, ask questions such as this and are still "doing it" you NEED to be on the pill. REALLY! Responsibility is part of SEX. Begin by staying nonviable. Take the pill and save yourself the problems that are certain to come by becoming pregnant. Y-THINK-Y
It all depends when you start ovulating again. You can get pregnant again without ever getting a period since the egg comes before a period. If you breast-feed your period typically comes back later.
If you are pregnant then it is unlikely that you wil have a period again until after the child is born
If you're having your period, you are not pregnant.
You bet she can. The girl can get pregnant: * anytime before her period * anytime during her period * anytime after her period * anytime ... PERIOD This has been proven time and time again within the medical community at large. It's quite simple about having sex ... and logical: Having Sexual Intercourse = Pregnancy.
absolutely, that has been proven time and again.
You should NOT be taking the pill while pregnant! STOP immediately. Next time you have an appointment with your obstetrician, let him/her know that you were taking the pill. There is absolutely no reason to continue taking the pill while you are pregnant, you cannot get pregnant again.
If you miss the entire first week of your pills than you should wait to take them again until the Sunday after your period, and you need to start from the beginning of your pack. You are able to become pregnant during this month, so be sure to use a different form of birth control such as condoms.
No a menstrual cycle only happens AFTER you didnt become pregnant. If no egg was fertilized or implanted into the uterine lining, then u have a period. The uterus expels the lining and begins preparing for ovulation again. Which includes building up the uterine lining again, and hormones cause an egg to be released. If the egg is fertilized it will implant and u will not have a period, likewise if it isn't fertilized then it will pass out and be followed a week or so later with your cycle beginning again.
As soon as you're back in regular periods again you can get pregnant.
It can take a few weeks to 3 months.
is your question- if your period is delayed 6 days does this mean you're pregnant? if that is your question, then the answer is no. i mean you could be pregnant but then again your period could just be late or you could be sick or stressed
You can get pregnant all days of the month but not the very first of your period. An orgasm can make you start ovulate again.
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.
It all depends on what went wrong in your pregnancy.
Yes. It takes up to 10 days to become effective again. Always use a condom.
A average cycle for a woman is 28 days. If on day 14 when she ovulates and sperm is present she will become pregnant and an egg will implant in a rich lining of the uterus. If she doesn't become pregnant the lining of the uterus is no longer needed and about 14 days later her period starts getting rid of the unused lining. This starts all over again the next month. Therefore, there is a monthly period until a pregnancy happens.
You start taking the pill at the end of your period, and then, yes you will not have a period again until the break in the pill.