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).
You get pregnant.
doctors should tell you
you'll get pregnant?
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
Until you get pregnant. There's no way to tell. It's different from one woman to another.
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).