normal monophasicpills are out of your system apprx 24 hour after you stop taking them. Not that you will necessarily get pregnant right away, but the possibility exists that soon.
You should't be taking birth control if you are trying to get pregnant
Birth control is meant to prevent pregnancy. If you want to get pregnant, stop taking birth control. When you stop, you can try to conceive immediately. There is no medical need to wait.
Birth control is for avoiding pregnancy. It won't help you get pregnant.
I have been on birth control for 7yrs, and i stopped taking it the end of September. But when i stopped taking it i didn't finish the pack. I am trying to get pregnant. I am concerned that i cant get pregnant and that i should have finished the pack first. I am concerned that i might not be able to get pregnant because i took birth control for 7yrs.
As long as you are taking your birth control at the same time everyday you can't get pregnant as long as you are taking the birth control. So if you for example have been taking birth control for five months so far you can't get pregnant those five months. As long as you are taking the pills you are safe from getting pregnant. If at anytime you are worried that you are take a pregnancy test. It you have any questions I suggest calling your health care provider.
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.
You can get pregnant immediately after removal of the contraceptive implant. Use a different method of birth control if you don't want to get pregnant.
i was on that when i became pregnant with my first child, and she didn't have birth defects. birth control doesnt hurt the baby just as long as you stop taking it once you find out you are pregnant.
Taking birth control is the key here. As long as you have not missed taking any of the BCP you are 99.5% protected from pregnancy.
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.
Very few antibiotics affect birth control. If you want to get pregnant, stop using birth control.
As long as you are taking your birth control pills it is very unlikely that you would get pregnant, wether you skip your period or not. Als always if you are unsure, speak to your doctor or nurse.
Can you take birth control pills and still be pregnant Can you take birth control pills and still be pregnant
Yes it can, but not for long. Birth control pills have hormones in them. Also after quitting birth control pills/patches you have a higher risk of getting pregnant!
Take birth control pills for as long as you don't want to get pregnant.
Not usually, the only way it would be hard to get pregnant is if you were using a IUD. It doesn't take your body long to adjust to the hormones and if you atop using birth control, your body will release an egg and if a sperm cell gets to it, you might get pregnant.
On average, it takes six months to get pregnant, whether or not a woman has been on the birth control pill. Some couples will get pregnant the first month after stopping the pill, and others will take a year, but six months is the average.
There is no proof that birth control has a long term affect on being pregnant.
Yes you can, but the chances of you becoming pregnant while taking the pill and using a condom is very small. All birth control is only about 99% effect. As long as you use it right and take you pills right you should be fine.
No birth control is 100% effective. It is highly unlikely to get pregnant as long as you are on birth control, but something with a success rate of 99.99% still means that 1 out of every 10000 people will get pregnant on it.
Birth control pills are considered very reliable. As long as you take them on time there is very little chance of you becoming pregnant.
depends on the type of hormone, the length of time you have been taking them and if it's from pills, the shot, patch... No long, though. I had a friend get pregnant who was on the pill and had been taking antibiotics for 10 days. the antibiotics cancelled out the birth control and she got pregnant. Ask your doctor for the correct answer, call and and ask the person who answers the phone, they many know.
Taking birth control if you are already pregnant or it's been days/weeks since you had unprotected sex, will not kill sperm or baby. It WILL however potentially cause permanent birth defects in an unborn child you may be carrying. Birth control is to prevent you from ovulating (releasing an egg) if you were not taking it and got pregnant- starting to take it won't kill sperm that will have already died off or an egg that has already been fertilized. Birth control is for PREVENTING pregnancy, not terminating and EXISTING one.
There is no harm in taking the birth control pills out of sequence as long as you were not taking placebos (sugar pills) when you should have been taking active pills.