Hello. If you have been taking BCP every day and have not missed a pill then you should be protected against pregnancy. However it is best and very advisable to take the pill at the SAME TIME every day without fail hun. This will protect you more against pregnancy. It is never too late to start taking the pill at the same time everyday. Take care. :o)
no. not having sex, especially unprotected, can prevent pregnancy.
If you've been on birth control for over 4 weeks then you're protected against pregnancy.
If you've had unprotected sex then it is possible. I would recommend taking a home pregnancy test and/or seeing your Dr.
If you have unprotected sex, there is always a chance of pregnancy. For a lot of women, they are the most fertile right after they stop taking birth control. If you had intercourse around the time of ovulation, your chances will be higher of getting pregnant.
Hello. As long as you take one pill, once a day then you are protected against pregnancy.
Wait two weeks after unprotected sex before taking a pregnancy test.
If you don't want to get pregnant, USE BIRTH CONTROL. It's that simple.
if you have had unprotected sex recently even if you are on birth control you could be pregnant. i suggest taking a pregnancy test :)
If you were on the shot but you switched to taking birth control pills, but you do not take the birth control pills anymore, you have a high chance of pregnancy if you have been having unprotected intercourse. All the active hormones from the birth control will have little or no effect after 3 days of not taking birth control.
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.
There is a 50% chance that you are pregnant if your fiancee and you had unprotected sex, you are not on birth control and he did not pull out. If this happened twice, it is 50% likely that you are pregnant but the only way you will know for sure is by taking a pregnancy test.
No it does not and if you are on the pill it would take away the effect so you are unprotected.
No. It will not. If you need emergency protection against pregnancy you need emergency contraceptives within 48 hours of the unprotected sex. This is also known as "The Morning After Pill" But doubling or tripling up will not protect you.
As long as you didn't go more than seven days without an active pill, you are not at increased risk of pregnancy. Skipping your period by taking the pill continuously decreases, not increases, the risk of pregnancy.
Taking the birth control pill lowers the risk of pregnancy. Not taking the birth control pill does not lower the risk of pregnancy. You are more likely to get pregnant when you are not taking the birth control pill.
Still continue taking your BC pill. You may experience a earlier or later period but this is normal and due to take MAP. Your protected against pregnancy because you took MAP.
When did you start taking birth control and when was your period supposed to come? I know that many doctors recommend that you take birth control pills for about a month before you have unprotected sex. If you're still unsure, I would recommend taking an at-home pregnancy test - some of them can detect pregnancy very early (like as soon as you miss your period, I think).
You will mess up your menstrual cycle and put yourself at risk of pregnancy if you have unprotected intercourse. Because of this you need to use a condom for 4 weeks.
Yes, unprotected sex can get you pregnant.
Hi Yes there is a chance you could be pregnant. Perform a pregnancy test 3 weeks after you last had intercourse.
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.
Birth control pills have no effect on pregnancy tests.
By taking a pregnancy test.
If you suspect pregnancy has occurred when taking birth control, you need to have the pregnancy confirmed by your Doctor. If you indeed are pregnant, you must stop taking birth control as it can harm the unborn child.