Can you skip Birth control the week its predicted to ovulate to get pregnant?
You can't predict the time of ovulation if you're on hormonal birth control. If you want to get pregnant, stop taking birth control.
When you only have your period every four months because of birth control do you still ovulate every month?
If a woman is on birth control but has also been on antibiotics is it possible that she can ovulate at a later date in her cycle?
No, you don't have to start your period to get pregnant. Menstruation only occurs if you ovulate and don't fall pregnant - ovulation occurs before menstruation - so it would be possible to ovulate and get pregnant before ever having your first period. Always use birth control to prevent unintended pregnancy.
It is possible to ovulate while breast feeding. It is not a perfect method of birth control. If you are nursing and are sexually active, a barrier method such as male or female condoms is the best if you are not looking to become pregnant right away. There is also a certain birth control pill that is safely used while nursing. Speak to your OB/GYN for details.
What if you had your IUD removed an started taking birth control pills you stop taking the pills 2 days before ovulation and had unprotected sex is there a chance you could be pregnant?
You really shouldn't ovulate while you're pregnant, because when you're pregnant you're releasing a hormone called progestegen (sorry for the spelling). And this let's your body know that you're pregnant, and not to ovulate. This is how birth control pills work. They trick your body into thinking its pregnant, so you don't have periods. But in other words, no you can't. If you do, then you need to see a doctor, because that means your…
Women who don't ovulate naturally may have one of two problems that are helped with birth control pills: In women with polycystic ovarian syndrome and other high- or normal-estrogen states who don't ovulate, the risk of endometrial cancer is high. The birth control pill can eliminate this risk. In women with anorexia or other low-estrogen states who don't ovulate, the estrogen in the birth control pill can offer some protection against bone loss. Talk with…