Can your get pregnant while on birth control and without penetration?
If you take your birth control correctly you should not get pregnant. Only if you take a ton of sperm and rub in you could you get possibly pregnant, but not while on bc.
I've seen this question around and I have already answered it once today and I wonder where this comes from. Of course birth control does not make it easier to get pregnant! Birth control prevents ovulation and you can not get pregnant without a egg. in order to get pregnant you have to quit using any type of birth control. And yes, birth control is not 100% effective but not using it is 0% effective…
Your fiance came inside of you and you were not on birth control at the moment but the next day you took a birth control pill so can you be pregnant?
It depends. If you are regularly on birth control and just forgot it that day, it is not likely but it is very possible. If you are not regularly on birth control and took the pill the day after, then yes, you can be pregnant, since usually you have to be on the pill for 2-4 weeks before a man can ejaculate into a woman without the risk of getting her pregnant.
Birth control pills stop you getting pregnant ---- Birth control actually can help you get pregnant. If you have abnormal periods, you'll have abnormal ovulation making it difficult to get pregnant. Birth Control helps regulate periods, therefore regulating Ovulation making it easier to get pregnant if you mess them up.
Is it safe to have intercourse without protection after getting the birth control shot and not get pregnant?
Can she get pregnant 3 days after her menstrual cycle with pre-ejaculate and she took birth control pills but didn't finish them?
If you get pregnant on NuvaRing birth control and continue using it without knowing if you are pregnant will it hurt the baby?
No birth defects have been noted in women taking birth control unknowingly while pregnant. Because accidental pregnancies can occur on birth control, there is plenty of experience with this subject. See the "related links" section for a directory of hotlines you can call for information from specialists if you are concerned about a medication exposure during pregnancy.