Can you get pregnant if you stop the birth control pill five days after sex?
You shouldn't get pregnant because you were taking your birth control at the time. Though don't have unprotected sex now, because you will get pregnant. If you are still worried and think you might be pregnant take a pregnancy test.
Five days is long enough to wait; but if you don't want to get pregnant, be sure that you've found an alternative way to protect yourself.
What is wrong if you have stopped taking birth control for the past month and are due for a period in five days but for the past two weeks you have been nauseous with headaches and you feel fat?
This can be caused from the withdrawal from the birth control pill or because you are pregnant.
You recently had unprotected sex and have been on birth control for over a year What is the possibility of being pregnant if the unprotected sex occurred five days after the first day of your period?
its around an 85% chance that you could be pregnant becasue birth control is only 81-99% effective. so check anyways.
Yes, you can get pregnant if you have had Mirena in for more than five years. Use an alternate method of birth control.
Birth control doesn't affect the sperm's life span. They can live about five days.
If you miss two weeks of birth control, start your method as soon as you remember. Consider using emergency contraception if you had sex in the last five days. Use a backup method until you've used the birth control correctly for seven days.
You can start birth control on any day of your cycle. If you start within the first five days of your cycle, it's immediately effective; otherwise, use a back up method of birth control, like condoms or abstinence from vaginal sex, until you've taken the birth control for seven days.
it takes up to five days.
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.
Are you likely to get pregnant if you've been on the pill for three months and had a period and want to have sex on the third day of the pill of the fourth month?
As long as you are taking your birth control at the same time everyday you can't get pregnant as long as you are taking the birth control. So if you for example have been taking birth control for five months so far you can't get pregnant those five months. As long as you are taking the pills you are safe from getting pregnant. If at anytime you are worried that you are take a pregnancy… Read More
Can i be pregnant if you were on birth control injection for two years ago and you got your period last week like five days?
If you're getting your period regularly again, you may be at risk for pregnancy. If you got your period last week, you probably didn't' get pregnant last month.
Five percent of women each year that get pregnant while taking the IUD Mirena. This is a type of birth control.
You can start the birth control patch at any time in your cycle. If you start on the first five days of your period, you have immediate protection; otherwise, you should use a backup method of birth control, like condoms or abstinence from vaginal sex, until you've been on the patch for seven days.
Semen can stay alive inside a vagina for up to five days.
If you miss the patch for five days, put on a new patch when you remember. Use a backup method until you've used the patch correctly for seven days. Consider using emergency contraception if you had sex during that five days.
You can start taking the birth control pill at any time in your cycle. If you start within the first five days of menstrual bleeding, you have immediate protection. If you start at any other time, you should use a back up method of birth control for the first seven days.
Can you get pregnant from pre-ejaculate if you have been on birth control for a year and you have missed two weeks?
You appear to be very confused about how birth control works. It doesn't matter if you've been on birth control for a year if you haven't used it in two weeks. That sex was unprotected. The chances of getting pregnant from pre-ejaculate are lower than if he hadn't pulled out, but they aren't zero. Consider using the morning after pill or other emergency contraception if you've had sex in the last five days. See your… Read More
Is it normal that five days after your period and five days after starting birth control that your period started again?
Bleeding between periods is common in the initial weeks of using hormonal birth control. It normally settles down within three cycles. If it lasts longer or is bothersome, talk to your health care provider about changing formulas.
It is biologically impossible to menstruate if you were pregnant.
Yes, putting on the patch after five patch-free days will decrease, not increase, your risk of pregnancy.
No you can not.
If you had sex while missing two weeks of the birth control patch, you may be at risk for pregnancy. If you had sex in the last five days, consider using the morning after pill. You can restart the birth control patch immediately. Put on a new patch, and use a backup method until you've used the patch correctly for at least seven days.
If your girlfriend hasn't been on the birth control pill for the last seven days, taking one after sex won't help. At that point, your girlfriend can only take the morning after pill or emergency contraception pill. If she's been on the birth control pill and wants to know when she can stop, take them for at least the next five days.
If you had sex you can get pregnant.
To switch from the IUD to the birth control pill, start taking the pill seven days before IUD removal if possible. Otherwise, start the pill the day of IUD removal and use a backup method of birth control for the first seven days. (The exception: if you get Paragard removed and start the pill during the first five days of your period, no backup is necessary. That doesn't work with the hormonal IUDs, though.)
Pygmy goats are pregnant for five months. I am pretty sure that all breeds of goats are pregnant for five months. Five months (150 days)
If you miss a week of the birth control patch, apply a new patch as soon as you remember. Use a backup method until you've used the patch correctly for seven days. Consider using emergency contraception if you've had unprotected sex in the last five days.
If you miss three weeks of birth control pills, you should start the pill again as soon as possible. Use a back up method for the first seven days of that new cycle. Consider using the morning after pill if you had sex in the last five days.
If you leave NuvaRing in for six weeks without changing it, you could get pregnant. Insert the new one now. If you had sex in the last five days, consider using the morning after pill or getting a copper IUD inserted (the latter reduces the risk of pregnancy up to five days after sex, and provides ongoing birth control that's highly reliable and reversible). Use a backup method of birth control until you've used the… Read More
Yes. The birth control pill does not work perfectly, and it's possible to get pregnant even when using it perfectly. However, being five days into the placebo pills and not getting a period doesn't necessarily mean you're pregnant. As long as you followed the program all the other days of the month you should be fine. The sugar pills are just to help you keep on track with your habit of taking the pills.
I went off my birth control at the beginning of May then had my period May 4 It is June 10th and I have not started yet I took a pregnancy test 2 days ago and it was negative What is going on?
What is going on? The period you had on May 4 is the withdrawal bleeding caused by your stopping birth control pills. Why delayed periods? Now that you are off the pills the estrogen progesterone levels are no more regulated by the pills, but by your body hormones, which often take time to become regular. So your first few cycles may not be regular as in the past or as when you were on pills… Read More
The signs of pregnancy are a positive pregnancy test and lack of bleeding. If you think you might be pregnant, take a pregnancy test. If you missed three pills use a back up method until you've taken seven pills correctly. Consider the morning after pill if you had sex in the last five days.
Could you be pregnant if you use Nuva Ring for birth control and your period was 2 days late and only lasted for 1 to 2 days?
During the "ring out" week, your period may not come until five or six days after you take the ring out. Like any hormonal birth control method, Nuva Ring is likely to make your periods lighter than they were before you used it. Take a pregnancy test if you made any mistakes in use in the prior three weeks. Otherwise, continue to use it according to the schedule on the calendar, regardless of any bleeding.
You may get pregnant if you remove the ring for a full day in the middle of the cycle. Consider taking the morning after pill if you've had sex in the last five days. Use a back up method of birth control until you've used the ring correctly for seven days.
I think they can cause breast tenderness, especially if you are on the pill. I am on the birth control pill myself and last month and this month I was on antibiotics for about five days once last month and once this month. Both times I had extremely sore breasts to the point where I thought I was pregnant, but both times I wasn't. So there must be some link with birth control and antibiotics… Read More
What is the probability of you becoming pregnant in the first month of coming off the pill if you were on it for over five years and your partner uses withdrawal as the current birth control?
Suddenly stopping birth control can cause you to ovulate right away because of the hormone change. Withdrawal is not a viable form of birth control, semen can still be present before ejaculation. So chances could actually be pretty high.
The five days prior to and 12 hours after she ovulates.
If you did a pregnancy test and its negative but feeling tired and dizzy and five days over your period left pill last week halfway through could you be pregnant?
If you did a pregnancy test and it was negative but you still feel tired, dizzy, and are five days over when your period should have started, you should take another home pregnancy test. You could be late because you stopped taking your birth control pills half way through.
If you throw up that quickly after taking the birth control pill, it won't be absorbed and won't be effective. No it would need to be taken again if you threw up right after taking it. The good news is you are not likely to get pregnant from missing one pill.
Five months (150 days)
Five months (150 days)
Five months (150 days)
Five months (150 days)
150 days or five months.
If you miss nine birth control pills, start a new pack as soon as you can. Consider taking the morning after pill if you had sex in the last five days. Use a back up method until you've taken seven pills correctly.
Can you be pregnant if you took some birth control but your not regular on it and you had unprotected sex five times since your last period?
Yes. BC is only effective when taken as directed, at the same time everyday.
when you miss birth control pills, the hormone levels in your body drop and you may bleed. Continue taking birth control pills as schedule. Think about using the morning after pill if you had sex in the last five days. Use a back up method until you've taken seven pills correctly. Talk with your health care provder about other birth control options that will be easier for you to use correctly.
Hi This could mean several things : * You have a vaginal infection. * Old blood left over from your period was released due to sex. * Implantation bleeding. * You are pregnant. * You have a urinary tract infection. * Birth control pills are causing the discharge. * Break through bleeding caused by birth control pills, morning after pill or pregnancy. * Hormonal imbalance. * Irregular periods.
Yes you can find out as early as five days after the conception with some tests.
To move your period from Friday to Sunday on birth control, start your next pack five days earlier (after only two days of the pill-, ring-, or patch-free interval). Don't just start the next pack two days later, as doing so will increase the risk of pregnancy. (It's important to never have a drug-free interval of more than seven days.)