No, there's no way to tell whether a woman was taking birth control when she got pregnant (unless she is pregnant with the implant or IUD).
By taking a pregnancy test.
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.
Do you people not read the information packs that come with your birth control, or do your doctors not bother to tell you any thing. If you are taking your birth control correctly you should not get pregnant plain and simple.
doctors should tell you
You get pregnant.
well while taking anti biotics it makes birth contol pills not work you could get pregnant if you are having unprotective sex so you might want to tell her that and maybe she will wanna tell the doctor than that you are taking birth control pills
You can tell if you're pregnant by taking a pregnancy test. The implant does not affect the accuracy of a pregnancy test. Pregnancy is rare on the implant.
It's unlikely if you're taking the birth control regularly. Maybe 1 out of 100 women get pregnant. Basically, take a pregnancy test, it'll tell you for sure. Women on birth control often don't have periods.
you'll get pregnant?
First of all, you shouldn't be taking birth control while you are pregnant. Stop immediately if you still are taking the pill. You can tell how far along you are by A) your first ultrasound or B) the first day of your last period (before pregnancy) is considered week one (even though you are not technically pregnant at this point) so by the time you actually conceive, you should be about two weeks along.
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.
The instructions that come with your birth control usually tell you not to stop taking the pill. However, you could still be pregnant. You should take a pregnancy test or call your doctor for a pregnancy test just to make sure you are not pregnant. If you do not take your pill at the same time everyday or misses doses, you may be pregnant. Either way, you should call your doctor.
A lot of women stop taking birth control without informing their Doctor. However when you do see your Doctor again its advisable you tell him/her that you're no longer taking birth control to your medical record can be updated accurately.
Doctors will know that you are on birth control when you tell them. It is wise to tell your doctor that you are birth control, as it is wise to tell them that you are taking any other medications as well. By telling your doctor that you are on birth control it will help when you need treatment or need to take any other medications such as antibiotics(penicillin, amoxicillin), because there are medications that can lower the effectiveness of your birth control.
YES! Birth control does not kick in immediately, which is why they tell you to use condoms anyways at least for the first two weeks(You should really always use both).
The only way to tell if you are pregnant is first have you had a period in the last two months. Are you on birth control, if you are on any form of birth control you are not pregnant and if you have just come off of birth control you are not pregnant. If you haven't had a period and aren't on birth control start with a home pregnancy test if it comes back negative your not pregnant. If it comes back positive then go to your OBGYN and get a blood test and if the blood test comes back negative you aren't. Nausea and breast tenderness are not tell tale signs of a pregnancy those symptoms can happen for a number of reasons.
Until you get pregnant. There's no way to tell. It's different from one woman to another.
Usually, they tell you to start taking your birth control WHILE you have your period, because your protection from getting pregnant starts immediately. If you start taking it at any time while you aren't on your period, then you are not protected for 30 days after you take the first pill. It doesn't matter when you start, but keep in mind to use extra protection for the first month.
You can find out in about one week. You should keep testing frequently. The birth control may cause you to have less periods.
I was pregnant and i didnt know about it. And usually birth control makes you bloat. Well come to find out i was pregnant. So dont ever let anyone tell you that birth control is 100% effective. it depends on your body and how your body reacs to the b/c. THanks Viktoria New Orleans
Your OBGYN can't tell whether or not you're taking your birth control pill. Frequent complaints of irregular bleeding and missed periods raise suspicion of missed pills.
Tell your mom first and go to Planned Parenthood and get the test done or have the test done first. They will tell you what options you have or help you get birth control if you are not pregnant.
i first got my birth control at tapestry health clinic. the reason i got it was because i had unprotected sex and wasnt sure if i was pregnant. first i got Plan B, or the morning after pill. shortly i went back and asked to get on birth control. they ask you questions about what kind of birth control you want, the pill, the ring, or patches...etc. they also ask why you and it and personal questions about your partner(s). they ask about your period and tell you when to start taking it and if you have any questions. this may differ if you go to your doctor for birth control.