Yes it is possible. Birth control only protects you against a 98% chance of pregnancy so there is still a 2% chance of pregnancy occurring.
When the i pill is used, it can delay the periods and the chances of pregnancy are low.
No. But you should not be doubling up on birth control.
You can stop taking them whenever, but you risk the chance of getting pregnant while off of them
You know if you've pregnant while using the contraceptive implant by taking a pregnancy test.
Skipping the placebo pills does not increase your risk of pregnancy.
. I believe they say the contraceptive pill is effective 97%-99%, so that would give a 1%-3% chance of getting pregnant.
Even though tubal ligation is an extremely effective method of birth control with a less than 1% failure rate, there is still a chance of pregnancy with any birth control method. Missing 3 periods is definitely an indication for taking a pregnancy test. The chance of an ectopic pregnancy is much higher after a tubal ligation but carrying a normal pregnancy is still possible.
Usually you have your period at specific times when taking birth control. If you have concerns, take a pregnancy test.
no, if you are taking the contraceptive as prescribed, which is normally one a day, then it prevents pregnancy 99.9%. If you missed one or more, i would suggest you to take plan b
Yes, you can skip your period indefinitely by taking five packs of birth control pills in a row, but you may experience irregular bleeding. Skipping periods does not increase the risk of pregnancy or problems with the uterine lining.
Your taking the laxative before taking your contraceptive should not affect your contraceptive's properly functioning.
You shouldn't be taking tablets while pregnant so see your doctor about this bleeding during pregnancy.
Hi, I am not familiar with Effexor but Ortho Tricyclin is a contraceptive and like all other contraceptives, it isn't 100% effective at preventing pregnancy. So there may be a possibilty you can become pregnant. Best thing to do is use a condom. No chance of pregnancy then.
Yes, alcohol may effect you if you are taking prozac. Prozac is not a contraceptive and will never prevent pregnancy.
Your Fiance is either already pregnate or she is taking some type of birth control.
it can be but not necessarily. If you are taking a hormone, like the contraceptive pill or steroids, eg excema cream, this can also cause the same effect
Birth control pills and/or iron tablets do not cause abortion.
If you stopped taking pills halfway there are chances that your periods have delayed or you are pregnant. I advice you to take a pregnancy test to clear your doubts.
The contraceptive pill can flare up candida of which thrush is a common symptom
If a lady takes her contraceptive pills, and by chance she has two near her period, there are chances that her period will be late.
can you start to bleed after just taking one contraceptive pill?
They usually last six months.