If you have concerns about your birth control regimen during pregnancy, ask questions here.
If you have concerns about your birth control regimen during pregnancy, ask questions here.
use condoms. you are going to get pregnant if you don't. and sick.
A doctor would tell you to stop taking them immediately if you want to protect the fetus. Birth control pills can be harmfulor can have abortive properties for the fetus.
everything you need to know about the injection is in the link "Drug Digest" to the left.
IF you were having unprotected sex during the time you was not taking your birth contol pills it could be a possibilty you may have got pregnant during that time. Do you now when you have you next period and also how long was you not taking your birth control pills all this will make a difference if your pregnant or not.
It comes out of a woman's genitalia normally. Some babies are delivered by C section and that mean they have to cut below the woman's stomach to get the baby out.
You only need to change brands if you have some complaint about your current brand. I know there's an old wives tale out there that you have to change it every 7 years or something, but that's completely untrue and not backed up by science nor clinical experience.
What kind of diet pills??? Dr. Dan
There are a number of options such as IUD, sponge, diaphragm, or condom or a combination.
== == That is not unusual, in fact quite common that after you stop taking birth control, it can take several months to get pregnant. This is certainly nothing to worry about If after 6-8 or even 12 months, consult a physician to determine if you can get pregnant.
You would cause birth defects with the baby.
Any questions about discharge or anything that has to do with your pegnancy that causes concern go to your doctor and ask them to see if everything is ok. It's a lot better to ask the question and find out nothing is wrong, then to not ask the question have something wrong and then later find out that it could have possibly been fixed or prevented. I hope this helps and everything is ok. Good… Read More
you could be pergant and having problems go to the doctor no joke it could be a tube pergancy
depends how far you are. I passed mine after 10 wks pregnant, but believe it died a few weeks prior because of how small it appeared on the ultrasound. It came out completely intact in amniotic sac with placenta attached to it (think small water balloon, gross, yes... but interesting to witness) You'll mainly find a lot of large blood clots and blood stained whitish tissue, and maybe stringy mucusy blood.
It's a possibility she could be. She should take a test to be sure. I think it's referred to 'breakthrough bleeding' which is a common side effect of taking the birth control pill; especially when you first start taking the pill.
Yes, anitbiotics can lessen the affect on birthcontrol. You need to wait until you are completley done with your antibiotics. Then, I'd wait another three or four days. You can always use a condom while you are on antibiotics. You can also ask the doctor the prescribed the antibiotics to you and they will be able to give you a better answer.
Your body produces HCG only during pregnancy.
I'm pretty sure it can cause birth defects. You would need to talk to your doctor about this. Why would you start taking birth control after you find out your pregnant? I hope your not trying to kill your baby!
You should start on birth control at least a few months before having sexual intercourse to be sure it has taken effect. See your gynecologist, and if you dont have one, get one. I heard from a friend who started taking birth control that you need to take it about three months before you get married (or start having sex). I would say a few month, except Depo-Provera. Depo-Provera works five minutes after you get… Read More
Yes, but if you have been taking the pill like prescribed, you probably aren't pregnant. make sure you are pregnant before stopping the pill otherwise you will be pregnant pdq
Are you asking whether taking an overdose of birth control pills can abort an unwanted pregnancy. Well, my mum tried that experiment nearly 50 years ago, and it didn't work. I've had to live with the consequences of that one little episode of self-indulgence for my entire life, though. It made me into a hermaphrodite. I've put a long answer under the question "Taking birth control while 8 weeks pregnant?" if you want to read… Read More
nothing but some bleeding blatter
Yes BCP are only active in your body for a short time, this is why they are taken daily. After being on them for years some women begin ovulating within a couple weeks, others may take a few months but rarely do women have any trouble caused by the Pill.
yes indeed and his going to die of lung cancer :O
This question does not make sense.
If you're on the birth control pill, absolutely you should continue it even if you don't anticipate having sex for several months. It keeps you in the habit so you won't forget when the time comes again that you need them. It also keeps your body in a stable hormonal pattern, which may be useful for many reasons besides birth control. Besides, once you decide you're ready for sex again you don't want to have… Read More
This condition leads to urine incontinence and is common after child birth. It will improve with pelvic exercises. You could take medication if it does not after a few months.
Try to correct it by taking the appropriate pill for that day. This cycle though make sure to use other protection such as condoms against getting pregnant. The pill is only effective if taken correctly...
That depends on different things such as how long you took the pill, your age, your hormone levels, and other things. Even a doctor can't say if it will be easy or not. For some women it may be right away and for others it may be longer.
I am in no way condoning his behaviour but if you want the truth from how I see it and here it is.. he is feeling lonely and unloved and was in need to some romantic attention. You have all that going on, eg the kids, the pregnancy, the drama and what does he have? Worry, stress and rejection. it's not to late. Talk to him, let him know how much you still love him… Read More
yes because it messes your menstrual cycle up
Depo Provera is birth control meant to prevent pregnancy, and is of no use to a pregnant woman.
Now stop. You just forced your body to believe it was pregnant for the last three years and you expect it to jump back into the same menstrual rhythm that it last experienced over three years ago? You are only going to have a period when your body has something to flush and I seriously doubt that your body, miraculous as it certainly is, is capable of making these quantum leaps between pregnant, not pregnant… Read More
From what I believe, BC pills contain progestin (which is a synthetic version of progesterone.) During a regular cycle progesterone is released during ovulation and continues in higher doses during pregnancy. The progesterone is the hormone responsible for building the uterus up so that the fertilized egg has a healthy spot to implant. When a body feels that the progesterone is high it assumes it is because implantation has occurred and therefore does not release… Read More
Sometimes they don't always come as expected but when they do they will make up for not having them. Enjoy that you haven't had any as of yet!
I would start with a home pregnancy test to see if you are pregnant. If the test is negative and your cycle appears to be settling into normal, it was a false alarm and you can take a deep breath of relief. If you are pregnant, you need to figure out several things. First, who is the father of the baby? Hopefully this is easy to determine, but that is not always the case. If… Read More
The same birth control options exist for women who have given birth (barrier methods, oral contraceptives, shots, tubal ligation and patches). In addition nursing can provide protection from pregnancy. If a woman starts breast-feeding before she has a menstrual period post birth, breast-feeding can be an effective form of birth control. Breast-feeding needs to be frequent to be effective.
Hello, Your question is: Is there any possible ovary pain related to taking birth control? Some Women do experience occassional pain around the Ovary area when they first start taking birth control pills. However, any pain should be reported to your physcian. Please note this is advice only & should not be used in place of a medical evaluation.
If you continue having unprotected sex, then yes, it's possible.
You must be pretty, and get alot of attention when you go out. An outgoing person I would persume, and he does not like sharing the center of attention with you, although you don't try and get it, you just get it no matter what cause that is who you are. Some men are just really insecure and I am assuming you thretten him in some way. As to why he doesn't come home not… Read More
through the vagina. have a look on www.gurgle.com - you can see how it all happens on a video!
HOLISTIC BIRTH CONTROL (from Yoga Journal - July/August 1995) By Blake More A recent World Health Organization study reports that it's just as reliable as the IUD, minus the dangerous side effects. Canadians can buy it in their Sears Health & Fitness Catalogue. Hundreds of articles and at least a handful of books have been devoted to it. Yet an overwhelming majority of American women haven't even heard of the PG/53 Fertility Tester, a simple… Read More
Every other resource, including doctors, says that the IUD would be taken out even if you are planning on not keeping to baby. Another key fact is that most pregnancies that occur while using an IUD result in an eptopic pregnancy so they must be terminated.
There is nothing called as accidental birth. And you cannot fine someone to be born.
DOES IT MEAN YOUR PREGNANT WHILE U SPOT ON BIRTH COTROL
if you want to trade them something back
yes, although unlikely
Speak to your prescriber about this.
its harder if in natural way...but its easy if you try to effort artificially...with surgery maybe.
0 none you should always have protected sex Never, and that's a serious answer
No, I wouldn't say so. The inactive pills are exactly as the name states. Inactive. They are basically sugar pills which are put into the packet to make way for your menstrual cycle. If you wanna have sex during the inactive pills I'd use some other means of contraception.
Not using backup birth control (a condom) until the pill becomes effective, or not taking it at the same time every day. It's best to take it within a 2-hour window day to day. For example, if you take your pill at noon everyday, the pill will be MOST effective if you take it at that time & no later than 2 p.m. everyday. If you take your birth control pill at noon everyday, then… Read More
Drinking on birth control will not harm you.
This is just an addition to my posted question... How is everybody doing? Well I hope. I have a few questions that I cannot seem to get answers for. My Fiance and myself have been trying to get pregnant for a little over a year now. I knew I was going to have issues trying to have children due to my PCOS. The irregular periods cause a problem. To be honest, I've had about 4-6… Read More
Yes. Usually easier, assuming there are no problems with the reproductive system. Generally it is advised to wait at least 6 months before trying to get pregnant after stopping the birth control pill.
I think that if you are seriously afraid for what he might do, then you need to tell an adult that can help you when you tell him that will give you a safe place to go. Second, I went through a similar situation only I was engaged and 20. My mom was NOT happy to say the least, but now, I can barely get her to give me my son back she loves him… Read More
Yes, the only way to be 100% sure fertilisation doesnt occur is not have sex. Contraception only greatly reduces the risk.
Not dangerous as far as we know.
It depends on how regular your period usually is. If you're concerned, you can take an over the counter pregnancy test. First Response can give you results this early in your cycle.
It is fine to just stop, there is no other way to stop. You may find that there is no change, or you may find that your menstrual cycle is longer or shorter than 28 days. If you are having intercourse you should be aware you may become pregnant.
all women are different. I was on it two years with not one period. I tried for six months after stopping the depo and finally went to the Dr. the had me do 3 months of birth control to regulate myself. I did get pregnant the first month off of birth control though. did you have a period during your depo?
Never! If you think you are pregnant do not take ANY hormone medications (like birth control.) It is best not to take any medications at all until you have confirmed the pregnancy with a doctor and gotten medical advice on what is safe to take. The earlier in the pregnancy the more dangerous it is to expose the baby to chemicals. So, it is better to be too cautious than not cautious enough. (Besides, if… Read More
Dear Reader; Yes since the effects of the pill linger. If there is no change at a month it is suggested to check with your health care provider. Dwight
You mean knowing whether you were still on birth control when falling pregnant? NO WAY. It is impossible to know so relax. If you work out when you conceived you can tellifyou were on birth control. However if you mean how do you know you are pregnant if you are using birth control, it is unlikely, it should rreally be called conception control, however if you think you may be, take a home test.
call your doctor
This could of been a miscarriage but there's no way of telling unless you have a quantitative beta HCG blood test performed. You need to see your doctor for this blood test. Miscarriage tissue is usually grey vein like. If you didn't experience this then you can rule out a miscarriage.
The birth conrtol pill stops you from ovulating. Most women have much lighter periods while on the pill. You should have at least 1-3 days of spotting each month to reassure you that you are not pregnant, if you don't miss any pills. A blood test would indicate if there is enough hormone retained from the pills to have the desired result. If you keep careful track of body temperature and notice a slight drop… Read More
STOP USING THE BIRTH CONTROL AND SEE YOUR DOCTOR. Not sticking to the label and starting birth control at a time other than the first day of your period can completely mess up your hormonal balance. Also bleeding for two weeks isn't very healthy. Get off that pill and see you doctor, they will probably just tell you to wait until your periods are back to normal and then follow the procedure of taking birth… Read More
Go get an at home test or make an appoinment with your doctor for a blood test the sooner you find out if your pregnant the more options you have you can abort (which I hope is not your decision because there are so many couples out there that want to have a child but can't) you can put the child up for adoption, or you can get prenatal care and maintain your pregnancy so… Read More
No it can't as long as you are taking your birth control pills as instructed and not missing any. Marcy
Yes. If you are charting your temperature, you will find that your temperature drops as you prepare to ovulate and then rises to "normal" once you have finished ovulating. If you are pregnant, you will not see this drop as your body will not ovulate. Your temp will be higher if pregnant, but if you are in the last half of your cycle it could just be part of your "Luteal Phase". The Luteal Phase… Read More
The funny thing is that if you get pregnant within the first few months of stopping birth control you are much more likely to conceive twins...however depending on the type and the lenght of time you were on birth control you can conceive after about a month 2-3 months It differs between women. If you haven't got pregnant after trying for 18 months seek help. It is usually recommended to wait two to three menstrual… Read More
Taking birth control is taking hormones, so if you are taking these hormones within the first three months of the little baby trying to get formed all up right with everything working and everything in the right place,(if you know what I mean), then this is the time when you want to make sure you are getting plenty of everything you need, and staying away from anything that might harm developement of the fetus and… Read More
If you are still taking your birth control pill, then very low chance that you will get pregnant. Even during those days:)
My doctor told me I had a grace period of a week or two, but to use a condom if I got my shot any later than that. So if you know you are not going to be able to get your shot in time or can't afford it, use protection (he'll understand) and if you have any doubts, see your doctor, because birth control can skew the results of a store-bought pregnancy test.
Ok I have several questions: What do you guys do during the week nights? How long have you been together? Has he made an disparaging remarks regarding your appearance? Does he go out to the bars with the guys on the weekend? What did you both used to do on the weekend when you were not pregnant? i am not sure at this point if it is indicative of cheating or just rudeness since you… Read More
Answer I don't think so. Birth control pills just prevent an egg form coming out, ready to be fertilized. Pregnancy naturally does this because you can't get pregnant again while you're still pregnant. you'd just be wasting birth control pills trying to do that. If you want an abortion, do some research by doing a Google search on it. Try to visit some sites besides Planned Parenthood's. They will definitiely endorce their way, so maybe… Read More
I lived in Alaska and went four-wheeling out on the islands every chance I got. So when I found out I was pregnant, I had a long chat with my doctor and she had the same opinion that I originally had. If you are planning on rough terrain, jumps and general wild riding then no, four-wheeling is completely out of the question. However, if you are planning on a gentle ride along the beach or… Read More
it dependa on how far along you are. if you are less than 7 weeks they make a pill that causes an abortion. after 7 weeks thay don't
No, you should be fine as long as you start taking them again on the first day of your period before you go back so you are protected as soon as you go back. But what if you meet a guy at home?
Most people are aware of the common practices which a lot of couples use to avoid pregnancy: keeping watch on menstrual days and avoiding/ practicing sex during that particular period. Rate of success of this method is high. An unconventional harmless method: success rate is nearing 90% place a cotton plug soaked in lemon juice or vinegar up vagina after intercourse, this will affect the mobility of the sperms and avoid them from reaching the… Read More
Get off the birth control pill! It is known to cause breast cancer, clotting and in some cases strokes. That little pill is simply not worth it. Talk to your doctor if you are sexually active as there are other options you could be using. YES!! I used to take Ortho Evra and I was a nut case. I was depressed and emotional all the time. My sister can't take anything so far or she… Read More
A miscarriage early in pregnancy can resemble a large clot of blood. Sometimes a women does not even know she is miscarrying. Most miscarriages happen before the 7th week of pregnancy (which is about 5 weeks after conception) and only 3 weeks after a missed period. Which is why most women dont even realize anything is wrong. As the embryo grows the miscarriage will be much more noticable. Usually intense cramping followed by a day… Read More
i miscarried at 12 weeks and my baby was about 3 inches or so...it looked almost like a normal baby except much smaller and its ears wernt in the right spot yet and it had transparent skin. but it had eyes, ears. mouth, nose, fingers, toes, knuckles...etc.
Answer The recommendation is 3 months.
Well a lot of women do not learn they are pregnant till 6 or 7 weeks into their pregnancy. As long as you are not 6 months pregnant and taking birth control I think everything should be fine. Just stop taking it immediately and call your doctor if you are too concerned.
Go to someone that won't be so angry, hopefully your own mother, and tell her what is going on. If you can't do this, go to a friend's mother. What ever you do, don't wait to long.
yes. you can get pregnant. to be really safe, you need to be on birth control for at least 1 month for it to be totally working... but if you want to prevent pregnancy, you can take something called "Emergency Contraception" also called "Plan B" Plan B is available over the counter to men/women aged 18 and over at any pharmacy. Call the pharmacy first to see if they have it. you can take Plan… Read More
If you are the mother and in the British Army you have a choice. But each country has it's own rules.
You might be pregnant - take a test
Bleeding while on birth control can occur for a variety of reasons: * Missed pills * Pregnancy * UTI * Recently took MAP or ECP * Doseage incorrect for you
yes, but you should go to a doctor if you want to, or even not end it and have the child Abbortion
The woman goes to the hospital and has it removed in a simple operation like an abortion unless everything has already come out.
Once you body begins ovulating again which can take anything from 2-6 weeks you can become pregnant.
Found at this website - http://www.wdxcyber.com/ncontr08.htm What happens if I was taking oral contraceptives when I was already pregnant? While no one would intentionally take oral contraceptives if they knew they were pregnant, many women each year inadvertently take pills being unaware they are already pregnant. In the U.S. and Europe, in approximately 2-5% of all pregnancies mothers have a history of having taken birth control pills without realizing they were pregnant. Many years ago… Read More
is the world going to end ???? maybe you see scientists have discovered that there is a very large piece of the sun about to come crashing down to hit earth although it hasn't fallen yet they seem to find a crack in the sun that splits right through the half of the sun but they also think that it will come crashing down to earth in 2012 but be prepared you'll never know when… Read More