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The only way to know is by taking a pregnancy test.

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Spotting could be mistaken as a light period. I would suggest going to see a doctor because you could be pregnant.


Go to your doctor and tell him, he will probably change your pill, different contraceptive pills suit different people.


Hi. If you are pregnant, you need to see your Doctor or go to hospital to make certain you are not pregnant. Brown spotting can occur during early pregnancy and is usually harmless, but it is always best to be certain. If you are not pregnant, the brown spotting may be a urinary tract infection or a yeast infection, from recently stopping/starting birth control pills, recently taking morning after pill or due to your period about to arrive.


You can take a pregnancy test, which will tell you if you got pregnant ten days ago or more.



That you are not pregnant. If you are on a Mini Pill you should tell your doctor as you may be ovulating.


Hello. If you became pregnant while on the pill you may have a period which would be lighter than normal for you or experience spotting around the time your period is due. You would also be experiencing pregnancy symptoms. The only way to find out if you are indeed pregnant is by doing a pregnancy test or by having a pregnancy blood test. The blood test is the most accurate way of finding out if you're pregnant.


It is impossible to tell. Sme women get pregnant straight away. I did, I came off the pill in Augustafter 11 years, used a condom for 4 months to check my cycle then got pregnant the very first month. Some women struggle to get pregnant, but whether because of the pill or not it is difficult to say, some women who have never used contraception cannot get pregnant either.


Yes, you could but numerous other factors can cause "bleeding" your local health dept or your doctor can tell you if you are pregnant with a simple blood test


If you have had sexual intercourse you possibly could be pregnant. You tell by taking a pregnancy test. You don't use whether or not your spotting for two weeks as a proxy for a pregnancy test. If you are worried that you might be pregnant, you shuold take a test as soon as possible.


I know about the pill. I have know women (not many) that have gotten pregnant while on the pill, but as soon as they got pregnant they no longer had any periods. I hope that this helps:)


maybe.. but it sounds like you may miscarrie. a doctor can tell you if u are pregnant but normally not until you are atleast 6 weeks


Yes you can. Of course it depends on the level of hormones and the regularity of taking the pill, but you most certainly can get pregnant while on the pill. I was told I couldn't get pregnant due to hormone fluctuation, so I went on the pill to help regulate periods. After one year of being on the pill,WHAMO! I'm a mother. Three years later, I was again told I couldn't get pregnant because my body wasn't producing hormone levels again. I decided to stay on the pill and add condoms to my arsenal. 6 months after my doctor said it wasn't possible. I became a mother of two! First time was pill alone, and the second was pill and condoms. I've finally decided that my OB/GYN can never tell me "You can't get pregnant" because my body seems to take it as a dare. Hope this helps!


Depends. Being on your pill controls your cycle which prevents you from ovulating which in turn is what gets you pregnant. It can get you pregnant by stopping them like that but it will most likely just mess up your cycle. That's why they tell you wait a couple cycles after stopping the pill before trying.



im 16 and i was supposed to start my period a couple weeks ago and i never did now i am spotting brown blood i was wondering if anyone could tell me what that means


Yes, that is perfectly normal to have a light period and only a few days long. If you have been on the pill over time you will find that your periods get lighter and shorter. If you are pregnant sometimes light spotting does happen, but you need to tell your doctor.


Very unlikely because it usually takes more than a couple of months or more to fall pregnant after you stop the pill. The reason your period may be irregular is because your hormones are a bit 'out of whack' from the pill and are slowly returning to normal. Also with me if i have sex about a day before my period is due it only lasts for a day then stops then starts again. On average it takes 3 months - 2 years to fall pregnant after going off the pill but then again I'm no doctor! Tell me how you go.


You can tell if your hamster is pregnant because, you should see a bump on his/hers stomach


everybody is a bit confused when it comes to taking the pill and how much time they must wait in order to no to get pregnant here is the answer in a nutshell: Dr. tell you to take the pill the first day of your period. why? this is to make sure you are not pregnant. If you are 100% sure that you are not pregnant you can start to take your pill of immediately and in the both cases you are protected as of the moment you start to take the pill. to avoid issues and worries be constant taking your pill and at the right time everyday Don´t skip a pill and its 100% sperm prof. just keep in mind that the pill will only protect you from not getting pregnant, but not from sexual transmitted diseases so please be safe and careful.


Most likely, you are pregnant and that's not your period, you're just spotting. Go to the doctor, and they'll be able to tell you better.


you could be but spotting can be caused from other things stress, your cycle can be changing or you very well can be pregnant if your hpt came back neg then go see your doctor just to be sure because their test can tell you 72 hours after you become pregnant you can even go to planned parenthood and pay like $10.00 or something to have a test done just to put your mind at ease.


Because your pregnant who did u have sex with come on and tell


It's hard to say. Spotting can be a symptom of pregnancy, but it can also be a side effect of the pill. If you've been taking the pill regularly, like you're supposed to, it's probably more likely that you're not pregnant. I agree it is very hard to tell. my mother and i both spotted while pregnant. and both of us were on birth control at the time. just shows that its not fool proof. it is a side effect to most forms of the pill though. but it can also be signs of a miscarriage coming. i had a miscarriage my first pregnancy and spotted before hand. it wouldn't hurt you to get checked out if you're worried about it. you can go to your normal doctor or just go into the ER at your local hospital. if they find out you are pregnant you may get bedrest because of the spotting. that's to alleviate any extra stress on the body. next is watching for unusual cramping, you know your body so you will know if something is different with the cramping. i had extremely painful cramping and extreme nautiousness. everyones body is different and you may experience it differently. but just pay attention to your body and how you feel. next, don't stress yourself out anymore than you have to just to be safe. just giving you some more info.


everybody is a bit confused when it comes to taking the pill and how much time they must wait in order to no to get pregnant here is the answer in a nutshell: Dr. tell you to take the pill the first day of your period. why? this is to make sure you are not pregnant. If you are 100% sure that you are not pregnant you can start to take your pill of immediately and in the both cases you are protected as of the moment you start to take the pill. to avoid issues and worries be constant taking your pill and at the right time everyday Don´t skip a pill and its 100% sperm prof. just keep in mind that the pill will only protect you from not getting pregnant, but not from sexual transmitted diseases so please be safe and careful.



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