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 the father can be located and there is no safety risk to you, he should be notified as you are now pregnant with your and his child. Second, you need to take a hard, realistic look at whether or not you want to carry this child to term. In the United States, abortion prior to 20 weeks of gestation is generally legal with some restrictions; after 20 weeks the restrictions increase dramatically so this isn't a decision to put off.
There are serious moral, religious and ethical questions that no one but you, in consultation with your family, the baby's father and your religious organization (if applicable) can answer regarding whether or not abortion is even an option. Also, if abortion is an option that doesn't mean it's the option you have to take; you can also find adoptive parents or choose to raise the child yourself.
I would strongly suggest, if you are pregnant, that you talk confidentially with a counselor or other trusted adult/friend/family member. An unexpected pregnancy can throw your entire life into a whirlwind and having someone to talk to about it can make the process a lot less scary. Regardless of the decisions you make, you are the one who will have to live with them.
NO, you should not take birth control if you think you may be pregnant. Instead, you should immediately see your doctor for proper diagnosis and guidance.
take a birth control test immediately and if it is positive then stop taking them and see your doctor to make sure you are pregnant
If you're pregnant, then you won't get your period
If you're pregnant there is always still a possibility that you can have your period.Regardless,You should not be on birth control while pregnant unless instructed to do so by your doctor. Taking Birth control pills while pregnant can lead to birth defects or death.If you think you're pregnant, consult your Doctor about pregnancy and your birth control.
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.
Before you stop taking birth control, get confirmation that you are pregnant! You will show up as pregnant regardless of the pill's presence and it won't hurt the baby. If your home pregnancy test shows up as not pregnant and you seriously think you are, go to your doctor's office and have them do another test.
did you wait for your period to come to start your birth control
spotting is a symptom of switching birth control so if your switching do not think you are pregnant!
I think the moment you think your pregnant you should talk to your doctor. Only your family doctor knows what's best for you and knows the facts you need to know about being pregnant. If you think your pregnant you should take a home pregnancy test, if it comes up positive than you should stop taking your birth control pills and make an appointment with your family doctor. He/She will discuss your options.
Take a pregnancy test to make sure
If you think you're pregnant, take a pregnancy test. The patch does not affect the accuracy of a pregnancy test.
If you're on the birth control patch and think you might be pregnant, take a pregnancy test. The patch does not affect the accuracy of a pregnancy test.
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 you are already pregnant, what do you need birth control for? :)
because birth control can make you think you're pregnant.
You shouldn't get pregnant because you were taking your birth control at the time. Though don't have unprotected sex now, because you will get pregnant. If you are still worried and think you might be pregnant take a pregnancy test.
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.
First of all if you think you are pregnant and on birth control, see the doctor, as this can cause harm to the baby. Second of all, if you are on birth control and have had a period, I don't think you are pregnant. The symptoms of pregnancy are a missed period, sore breasts, tiredness, feeling queezy and feverish, also food cravings. It is possible to have some spotting in early pregnancy but this should only be pinkish brown and NOT heavy or red. It should go away. Otherwise, being on the pill and having a normal period, I don't think you are pregnant. I suggest you take a pregnancy test right now.
If you're taking birth control pills you simply wait for your planned period to come. If your period doesn't come, you should go to the doctor or take a home pregnancy test. If you're taking any other birth control methods, such as the depo provera shot, I encourage you to see your doctor if you think you might be pregnant.
If you think you may be pregnant, it will give you peace of mind to find out you are not and a test is the only way to find out if you are pregnant, that is the only need for taking a pregnancy test while on birth control.
THIS IS POSSILBE, BIRTH CONTROL IS NOT 100%. MY GODSISTER THOUGH SHE WAS PREGNANT, BUT FOR FOUR MONTHS SHE CONTINUED HER BIRTH CONTROL BECAUSE SHE STILL GOT HER PEROID, AND WHEN SHE WENT TO THE DOCTORS SHE FOUND OUT SHE WAS 18 WEEKS, SO YES IT CAN HAPPEN.
Well if you think you are pregnant you should stop taking birth control and go have a blood test done. The birth control could cause birth defects or even a miscarriage. The tests could be coming up false because of the birth control... but the only way to find out is go to the doctors and get a blood test done.
Signs of pregnancy are a positive pregnancy test and absent period. Bleeding while on birth control is a common side effect. If you think you might be pregnant, take a pregnancy test.
Well bleeding is normal after stopping your pills. And by the way if you are having your period your not pregnant. It's only when you don't have your period for a while should you think you are pregnant.
The symptoms of pregnancy are same with or without the contraceptive implant. If you think you're pregnant, take a pregnancy test.
I'm afraid they only prevent it not get rid of it. if you think you are pregnant take a test right away. birth control will not end pregnancy.