Can you take birth control pills even if your not pregnant?
Yes. You don't take birth control pills when you're pregnant. That gives the baby a higher chance of having birth defects.
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Is it possible to fall pregnant if you off your birth control pills for a month after being on them for 9 months?
Yes, if you don't take birth control pills daily, you can get pregnant. This is true even if you were on for nine months before stopping. Read More
Yes, you can't get pregnant unless you ovulate. If you ovulate in spite of taking the birth control pill, you could get pregnant. Read More
If you are taking birth control pills and become pregnant continue to take the pills can it harm the baby?
If you ARE pregnant- you have no need to take birth control, you cannot get 'more pregnant' by not taking them or anything like that. Stop taking the birth control pills and start taking prenatal vitamins. Studies are linking birth control pills to being harmful to your baby- but even if they are not harmful- why continue to take them if you are already pregnant? Again, you cannot get pregnant with multiple babies at once… Read More
If you mean that could you miscarry by taking birth control pills now that you are pregnant, no, they will not cause a miscarriage, but they could make you just plain sick, which would not be good for you nor the baby Read More
It's possible to get pregnant even while on birth control pills. Not taking them on time greatly increases your chance of pregnancy. Read More
If using birth control pills to regulate your period in order to get pregnant how will they help you to get pregnant?
If you are using birth control pills they will keep you from getting pregnant until you are off of them but even if you didn't take them you would still be able to get pregnant they are just to help you have a regulated period Birth Controls pills are 99% effective in preventing pregnancy and should not be taken if pregnant, or trying to get pregnant. For other options it's best to consult your doctor. Read More
You read somewhere that between the days 12 and 18 of your period you can become pregnant is this possible even if you've been on birth control pills for more than a year?
If you are still taking your birth control pill, then very low chance that you will get pregnant. Even during those days:) Read More
You missed 3 pills of your birth control and your boyfriend came in you could you still get pregnant even if you started them back up?
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No it will not. If you become pregnant, you will most likey not get a period, even if you are on birth control. Read More
Yes because when you miss birth control pills it messed up your cycle and your period may be late and you might even experience spotting or breakthrough bleeding. When you miss more than 2 birth control pills it is best to use a back up method such as condoms until you have finished the pack of pills. If you have unprotected intercourse when you missed pills, you may become pregnant. Read More
If you're using birth control correctly, chances are you won't become pregnant even if the condom broke. If sperm gets into the vagina there ALWAYS is some risk of getting pregnant. Birth control pills are only 98% effective. Read More
Ive been taking birth control pills for 10 years now I've been missing pills can i still get pregnant even though it's in my system?
YES. It does not matter how long you have been on birth control. If you miss pills, you have a good chance of becoming pregnant. Use alternate forms of contraception (condoms) until your next cycle. Birth control works by having a constant level of hormones in your body. The last 7 pills in your pack contain no hormones. So each month, all of the birth control hormone that is in your body is depleted. Thus… Read More
You did not get your period while you were taking your sugar pills you either could possibly be pregnant, or your birth control is making you have light or no period at all. You should take a pregnancy test or visit a physician to take a pregnancy test to know your answer at your convenience. Or if you have been on birth control for over 3 months, and take you take your birth control everyday… Read More
Its not a good idea to take four birth control pills at a time to try and prevent pregnancy because if you already are pregnant, not even four pills can help you now and on top of that you wouldn't want to harm the baby if you already are pregnant. I know someone who had a physically deformed baby because she continued using her birth control pills while pregnant. She thought she would eventually end… Read More
Can you get pregnant if you have unprotected sex after being on birth control pills for one week and then stopping the day you have sex?
yes, you can get pregnant under those circumstances. It can take up to a month for the birth control pills to even start working. After one week of being on them you are at a high-risk still. Also, it should be noted that, you can get pregnant at any time that you are having sex. Condoms, pills, depo shots, etc. are not ever 100% protection from pregnancy or STD's. Read More
use backup protection. Even if you take 4 days worth in 1 day, you can still get pregnant. Read More
Should you continue your new birth control even though you did not get your period taking the sugar pills?
Yes, continue taking your pills. Many woman stop menstruating while taking birth control pills. If you are questioning the possibility of pregnancy take a HPT (home pregnancy test), if it is negative you can be assured that you are not pregnant and the pill is working as it should. Read More
Hi there - Birth control pills When a woman gets her period, it's well AFTER ovulation has occurred. Menstruation occurs when an existing ovum is not fertilized and it and the endometrial material is expelled from the body. Birth control pills prevent ovulation from occurring earlier in the cycle by "tricking" your body into thinking it is pregnant. Read More
Depending on when you stopped using birth control can change the effectiveness of the withdrawal method. Missing one or two pills in your pill pack can cause you to become pregnant even if you use the withdrawal method. The withdrawal method is not very effective even without the use of birth control pills because the man does not have to ejaculate for a woman to get pregnant since there can be sperm in pre-ejaculate fluid… Read More
I did not take my birth control pills four days in a row on 2nd and 3rd week of the pills had unprotected sex twice on the missed week. My period came the next day after sex can I still get pregnant?
you can still be pregnant even if you have a period after having sex Read More
If you are definitely taking your pills at the same time everyday and are still having a period you should be okay. No method is 100% so I would recommend if you are concerned to use 2 methods such as a condom and birth control pills. If you believe that you could be pregnant, take a home pregnancy test. There actually are pregnant women that do have a type of spotting which seems like a… Read More
What are the chances of being pregnant if you missed one pill but took it 13 hours later and had unprotected sex 5 hours after that but then took your pill normally?
Not very high. I have missed 2 birth control pills before and I had unprotected sex with my husband and I did not get pregnant. I have heard that the birth control pill will still be in your blood stream for a while even if you miss one or two pills, but I am not for sure how true that is. Read More
Could i be pregnant if i missed a few pills and have had breakthrough bleeding.. would i have breakthrough bleeding if i was pregnant i heard you dont bleed if pregnant while on the pill?
Yes, some women do bleed some even when they are pregnant. See a doctor and get a reliable pregnancy test because if you are pregnant, continuing to take birth control pills could cause complications. Read More
i suppose you can snort anything, why you would want to snort birth control pills? you can get major headachs, nose bleeds, you could just even pass out. its dumb and stupid Read More
If a girl finishes her old birth control and takes a placebo for a week then starts her new birth control the day of her period and has unprotected sex the second day of her period is she pregnant?
Changing birth control pills doesn't increase your risk of pregnancy if you started the new pack on time. It is possible to get pregnant even while using the birth control pill correctly, however, so take a pregnancy test if you're having symptoms of pregnancy. Read More
Birth control pills do not end or harm a pregnancy. If she is pregnant, she should stop taking the pill and contact her health care provider to plan for appropriate prenatal care or to discuss options for abortion. Even after using the pill while pregnant, all options are open to her. Read More
Some people do so to control spotting temporarily. Read More
You get a withdrawal period AFTER you go off birth control. Read More
Yes but you dont get pregnant on your period even without birth control. Read More
Outside of abstinence, nothing is 100% effective. That being said, birth control pills are typically 99.9% effective. Outside of abstinence, nothing is 100% effective. That being said, birth control pills are typically 99.9% effective. Outside of abstinence, nothing is 100% effective. That being said, birth control pills are typically 99.9% effective. Outside of abstinence, nothing is 100% effective. That being said, birth control pills are typically 99.9% effective. Outside of abstinence, nothing is 100% effective… Read More
Contraceptives is a name for various products that can allow people to have sex w/o getting pregnant. A condom for instance will not only protect against pregnancy, but also against STDs. Contraceptives are birthcontrol pills. Contraceptives are synthetic hormones that are used as birth control. Contraceptives can come in the forms of; birth control pills,IUD's, patches, or even can be shots. Contraceptives commonly contain estrogen and progesterone, or even just progesterone.Birth control pills must be… Read More
Yes, you can. Read More
Yes, you can still become pregnant even if you started your birth control pills. You should wait to have unprotected sex for at least 1-2 months to be sure that your body has adapted to the hormones, and to be sure that you are protected from pregnancy. Read More
even tho ur on the pill u still have a chance of getting pregnant. so u should always use a condom unless u intend to have a child Read More
There is a very slight risk of getting pregnant even with tubal ligation. The risk is estimated to be 1-2% only. It is recommended to use an additional birth control method, i.e. condoms, birth control pills... etc., if pregnancy is undesired. Read More
Can you get pregnant if he pulls his penis out after he ejaculates with a condom on and puts another one on?
In my opinion; there is no foolproof method a avoiding pregnancy in a woman that has not been medically changed and is capable of getting pregnant. Even birth control pills are only 97% effective. The only foolproof method is by not being sexually active. In my opinion; there is no foolproof method a avoiding pregnancy in a woman that has not been medically changed and is capable of getting pregnant. Even birth control pills are… Read More
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If you miss 4 pills in a row and then have unprotected sex in the first week of you pill can you get pregnant?
Yes. Definitely. Birth control pills are out of your system very quickly. Around a day or two. That's why you're supposed to take them everyday. Also, if you just started the pills you're supposed to take a full week's worth for them to even be effective. You should probably take a pregnancy test. And either remember your pills or get on another form of birth control. Read More
Yes, you can and should take the birth control pill on schedule as prescribed regardless of bleeding. Read More
Condoms are 99% effective but all it takes is that 1% or it breaks and you're pregnant! The best combination is condoms and birth control pills. Read More
Yes there is a high chance of pregnancy if you have missed 13 days of birth control. Even if you were to miss more than 2 pills without making up those days, pregnancy could occur. A pregnancy test should be done immediately. Read More
There's no particular age. Some girls go on birth control pills as young as 12 or 13, even if they haven't had sex, to control problems with periods. Read More
YES...you can get pregnant even if you take your birth control as directed, remember, the only thing that can prevent you from being pregnant at all costs is abstinence. Read More
You should take your birth control pills on schedule regardless of bleeding. If it's time to start your next pack, you should do so in order to have the greatest effectiveness. Read More
With the traditional birth control pill you take a cycle of pills every day for 21 days and then 7 days of sugar pills. In the 7 days of the sugar pills you have a period. Today, there are pills that skip the 7 days of pills and you stay on pills for 3 months and then after the cycle of 3 months you have a period. In both cases after the period you start… Read More
You can not catch up after missing 4 birth control pills. After even missing one, you are at an increased risk for pregnancy, but by 4 pills you could have ovulated already. you have to wait till your cycle completes, then start all over with a new pack. 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. Read More
No. Many women do that because they don't know they are pregnant yet and some even take birth control pills and everything works out fine. Read More
Is it possible to become pregnant on birth control And what are the symptoms of pregnancy while on birth control?
Even the most effective birth control methods, such as IUDs and Implanon prevent unwanted pregnancy at a rate of 99.9%. Read More