Yes. If you stop taking your Birth Control you are at higher risk of becoming pregnant than before you started taking it. Especially at a younger age.
I was on birth control and quit taking it for a week and now I am four months pregnant.
No you discontinue taking birth control pills when you become pregnant. Birth control is a method used to prevent pregnancy. You are already pregnant so birth control has no use. Also, it may possibly cause bad side effects to continue taking birth control pills while you are pregnant.
take a birth control test immediately and if it is positive then stop taking them and see your doctor to make sure you are pregnant
Yes. Birth control is not 100% effective against pregnancy. You can still get pregnant, even if you are taking the pill correctly. However, your chances of getting pregnant (assuming that you are taking it correctly) are quite slim.
If you get back to a normal period you can get pregnant.
The bleeding is the withdrawal bleed and is normal. This occurs when you stop taking birth control for over a few days. You can become pregnant.
Birth control pill not harm or end an existing pregnancy, but there's no need to continue taking them if you're already pregnant.
If you're pregnant there is always still a possibility that you can have your period.Regardless,You should not be on birth control while pregnant unless instructed to do so by your doctor. Taking Birth control pills while pregnant can lead to birth defects or death.If you think you're pregnant, consult your Doctor about pregnancy and your birth control.
YES - no birth control devices are 100% effecitive. It is still possible to get pregnant.
yes, and even on the birth control pill there is still a small chance of getting pregnant.
These answers regarding Birth Control are wrong and misinformed. You CAN get pregnant while taking birth control pills as they are only 99% effective. There is also no medical proof that continuing to take the pill while pregnant (unknowingly of course) will harm the foetus.
You can stop taking birth control any time you like. Be sure to use a new method if you still don't want to be pregnant.
yes, you can. I'm on birth control. and the more days that you miss taking the pill, the easier it is to get pregnant. missing days increases your chances of getting pregnant.
Can you take birth control pills and still be pregnant Can you take birth control pills and still be pregnant
Yes you could be pregnant so perform a pregnancy test BEFORE taking birth control.
You periods are meant to be lighter on birth control, but I guess you could be pregnant. Take a test and I would stop taking the pills just until you know you're not pregnant
No. The pill has no effect on a developing baby.
If you're not taking the pill and still having sex...yes.
While a few antibiotics can reduce the effectiveness of birth control pills, they don't have any significant effect on whether or not you get pregnant if you are not on the pill.
It's unlikely to be pregnant if you're having regular periods and taking birth control correctly and consistently. Talk to your health care provider if you have concerns about the reliability of your method.
Yes, you can. While birth control is reliable, there is no birth control that is 100% effective.
If you just started taking birth control your periods are going to be irregular for the first few months. But it is possible to still get pregnant on the pill.
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.
Birth control pills wont make you abort. if you are pregnant you can take Plan B 1-5 days after sex to prevent the pregnancy and if you are pregnant and want to abort you have to go to a doctor.
As long as you are taking your birth control pills it is very unlikely that you would get pregnant, wether you skip your period or not. Als always if you are unsure, speak to your doctor or nurse.
Yes. You should be using condoms or an effective birth control method if you do not wish to become pregnant.