Yes it is possible. Birth control is not 100% effective. And pulling out, while it does reduce the chances, it does not eliminate the chance of sperm getting to an egg.
You should be on birth control until you want to conceive or until you reach menopause.
In use of most birth control, it is entirely possible and probable to get pregnant when your use of the pill stops. In some, pregnancy occurs in the first month. Others take longer to conceive.
Yes, after the completion of pregnancy and birth of the offspring, it is possible to conceive again. That is how younger brothers and sisters come to be.
How long it is going for what? Missing birth controls like you have will put you at risk of pregnancy. If your trying to conceive then stop taking birth control because this will harm the Foetus when you do conceive.
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.
There is always a chance of pregnancy. The only birth control that is 100% of not getting pregnant is abstinence.
No method of birth control is 100% effective.
AnswerYes pregnancy can occur. Birth control only prevents against a 98% chance of pregnancy occurring so there is still a 2% chance of pregnancy occurring. If you miss pills or take antibiotics while on birth control, this will increase the chance of pregnancy occurring.AnswerIt is possible that she can because no form of birth control is 100% effective. To be on the safe side it's best to use a condom as well, which also prevents STDs/STIs
Birth control only protects you against a 98% chance of pregnancy. So there is still a chance you could conceive. However if you've been on birth control for one month and haven't had unprotected sex, then you will be protected against pregnancy. But if you miss any pills you're at risk of conceiving.
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.
Answer The recommendation is 3 months.
Yes its possible you could conceive. Take Plan B.
Hi, Its possible yes but very rare as all forms of birth control only protect you against a 98% chance of pregnancy.
depends on your birth control, typically 1%
It's possible to get pregnant even while on birth control pills. Not taking them on time greatly increases your chance of pregnancy.
Yes, you can conceive on the tenth day after your first period. If you are menstruating then your body has started to ovulate, and that may occur ten days after your first period, so if you have sex without using birth control then conception is very possible.
It's possible to be pregnant, on birth control, and not know it. If so, you'll just stop the birth control when the pregnancy is discovered.
Start using some sort of reliable birth control method to lower the chance of future pregnancy, until you're ready to conceive.
yes you can conceive when switching pills.
if you had your period, you are NOT pregnant.
That is not normal and you should see a doctor as soon as possible.
Pretty sure that's just a myth. Lots of couples trying to conceive have used some brand of birth control pill as a form of protection & when they decide to go off of the contraceptive, they are more likely to conceive & have either or.
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Yes, it is possible for your period to be late or stop completely from any hormonal birth control.