Yes, you can change your start day without increasing the risk of pregnancy as long as you don't go more than seven days without an active pill. To do so, just start the next pack earlierthan scheduled, rather than later. So if you want to change your start day from Sunday to Wednesday, and you took your last active pill on Saturday, take the placebo/sugar pills for Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday, discard the old pack, and take the first active pill of the new pack on Wednesday.
of course. the birth control pill is very effective if taken correctly. there is always room for human error, so yes there is a chance of getting pregnant while being on birth control and no condom use.
A pap smear does not change the odds of getting pregnant.
If you change the patch late, you may get pregnant. If you change the patch early, you are not at additional risk.
Having sex without birth control results in pregnancy for 85% of couples using no method for a year. Previous use of the contraceptive implant does not change this number.
Yes it can, but not for long. Birth control pills have hormones in them. Also after quitting birth control pills/patches you have a higher risk of getting pregnant!
Pap smears do not change the chances of getting pregnant.
It just stops you from getting pregnant constantly after you give birth. Like Jamie Lynn Spears She gave birth to a little girl 5 months ago and she's pregnant again. Many are begging her to abort and others are telling her to use birth control.
Change the time on your whatever.
Hi See your Doctor for a pregnancy blood test. If its negative change birth control.
You can be on birth control until you want to get pregnant, reach menopause, or have a medical condition that requires a change of method. There is no time limit for staying on birth control.