Being off the shot for that long, you are no longer protected from pregnancy.
The chances of a woman getting pregnant over the age of 50 are very low. Often women will enter menopause, which is the time when a woman's ovaries can no longer produce eggs, starting in their early fifties or late forties.
Depends on your body. Some people get pregnant right away and some it takes longer.
My mom was on the pill for longer then a year and she had me...so just use protection cause you never know
If your reproductive organs were not affected by chlamydia, then it will take no longer than normal. Chlamydia treatment will not affect the chances of getting pregnant. You can get pregnant while you have chlamydia. While scarring from chlamydia can sometimes cause infertility, you should not count on chlamydia to keep you from getting pregnant.
Though considered the most effective birth control you can still get pregnant the longer ago you had the surgery the better your chances are to get pregnant.
That means that you aren't pregnant and can no longer get pregnant from the sex from 3 days ago. Always use protection though if you don't want to result in an unwanted pregnancy!!!
considering you get your period because your uterine wall is shedding from not getting pregnant during ovulation (fertility period). i would say chances are that your egg is no longer "active" and you are not pregnant.
The longer you take the pill the higher the risk of damage to the baby.
Once you get married you have to wait about a season or longer before getting pregnant.
If you mean can it affect a girls chances of GETTING pregnant, yes. It makes it harder to get pregnant because it blocks the path of the sperm to the egg. Different positions however will "swing" the uterus so it no longer blocks the sperm.
it means getting shorter or longer.