If you just found out you're pregnant and start taking birth control pills now will you have a miscarriage or will it be an abortion?
Birth control will not cause a miscarriage or an abortion.
Continuing birth control while pregnant may or may not put a baby at risk of birth defects. Though there is little evidence showing that it may cause birth defects, you should still discontinue the use of birth control while pregnant.
Birth control pills work by convincing the woman's body (through hormonal changes) that it is pregnant so that she does not ovulate and therefore cannot conceive. Emergency contraception works in the same way but is a stronger dose that can be taken up to 5 days after sex.
No, there is no increased rate of miscarriage for women who are pregnant while taking birth control or who get pregnant after stopping birth control. Read More
birth control increases your chances of not getting pregnant Read More
If you were taking birth control and drinking and smoking while pregnant could that cause a miscarriage?
Yes - a miscarriage is very possible under these circumstances. Read More
There are many herbs that can cause miscarriage, if you are pregnant, research any herbal medications before taking. And ask your doctor since many medicines are based on plants and herbs and they can interact. Attempting abortion/induced miscarriage without being supervised by a doctor is an illegal abortion though, punished with 2-10 years in prison. Read More
If you mean that could you miscarry by taking birth control pills now that you are pregnant, no, they will not cause a miscarriage, but they could make you just plain sick, which would not be good for you nor the baby Read More
Medical Abortion is done with Mifepristone and Misoprostol but if you are wondering what medications to look out for there are many. Always when taking medicine as pregnant you have to speak to your doctor. Even though another pregnant woman can use it does not mean it would work the same for you so be careful. Read More
Aspirin does not cause miscarriage. It can damage the fetus though which is why you should stick to Tylenol when pregnant. If you need it often you have to speak to your doctor. If you seriously want to end the pregnancy you have to see a doctor for an abortion. Taking too many aspirin can kill you and not cause a miscarriage. If you survive you probably will have damaged your kidneys and liver for… Read More
Not sure what you are asking. but NO, you should not be taking birth control during pregnancy. However, if you are taking oral contraceptive pills or depot provera and discover you are pregnant, you should not worry. Women who were on the birth control pill or depot provera during their pregnancy do not have any problems with their pregnancy i.e. they can carry the pregnancy to term and without any fetal abnormalities from the hormones… Read More
The only reason you would consider taking it would be if your period is gone and you want it back. It brings the period back for other reasons then pregnancy. It can not be used for abortion or miscarriage. Read More
If you have not started taking birth control and you think your pregnant can you start taking birth control to stop it even though you havent started your period?
Taking birth control if you are pregnant will NOT stop the pregnancy. Birth control does not cause abortion but stops the ovaries from freeing an egg into the falopian tube and the womb. Plan B, or the morning after pill, will stop the fertilised egg from attaching itself to the endometer if taken within a certain amount of time. It has to be taken within 72 hours of the intercourse, however, and its efficacy decreases… Read More
No it does not. not typically No it will not. Answer Stop taking birth control pills. Birth control pills only prevent pregnancy not terminate it. That's why its called BIRTH CONTROL. If you don't want the baby then get an abortion. No. Answer if you are pregnant already why do you need birth control pills??? but then again I'm a guy what do i know! No. More than likely the only thing that It would… Read More
Yes. If you stop taking your birth control you are at higher risk of becoming pregnant than before you started taking it. Especially at a younger age. I was on birth control and quit taking it for a week and now I am four months pregnant. Read More
Yes it can. I didn't know I was pregnant and kept taking my pills and then had a lot of bleeding at once, so I went to the Dr. and was told that I had a miscarriage. So, if you know you are pregnant STOP taking your pills immediately. Here's something to think about. If you are on birth control pills, you shouldn't get pregnant to begin with. They say it's 99.9% effective when used… Read More
Hi, Your question is: What is the risk of taking birth control if you may be pregnant? There are several risks associated with taking birth control during pregnancy. These risks are: * Miscarriage * Stillbirth * Embryo development * Damage physically/mentally to the developing child. If you suspect you may be pregnant then stop taking birth control and consult with your Doctor who will perform a urine or blood pregnancy test to determine if you're… Read More
If are using the pil but you think you are pregnant can it be and if you are pregnant what can you do to stop it?
Yes, you can get pregnant and be on the pill. The pill is not 100% effective and therefore it is possible. You cannot "stop" a pregnancy. Your only option would be an abortion or to carry full term. Either way if you are pregnant you should stop taking your birth control right away. Read More
As it is unlikely that you will get pregnant it is also unlikely that you will have a miscarriage. If your pregnancy test comes out positive, normal dosage birth control will not cause miscarriage. If you managed to release an egg while on the pill (one of the ways the pill works is by preventing ovulation,) then the pill can prevent it from fertilizing or implanting (the other way it works.) So, it is very… Read More
not eating the right food for the fetus and taking medication while she pregnant. Read More
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. Read More
If you mean miscarriage and not abortion it depends on how far along you were and how much blood you lost but in general yes. You might need to get scarped after and get sedated so if it happens late in the evening I'm sure you can stay over night. Miscarriages can't be planned. If you mean abortion there are 2 kinds. In a medical abortion you have the abortion at home by taking pills… Read More
No, you should not be pregnant when taking birth control. Birth control is meant to lower the risk of pregnancy. Read More
Yes. You can get pregnant WHILE you are on birth control. Read More
No, birth control is intended to prevent pregnancy. You can become pregnant while on birth control, as no method is 100% effective, but it isn't the birth control that makes you pregnant. Read More
If you had sex Yes. After you stop taking the pill then you might get pregnant Read More
yes you can anytime you stop taking your birth control you are increasing your chances to get pregnant. And also to you can get pregnant while on birth control sometimes Read More
Yes. Read More
No you discontinue taking birth control pills when you become pregnant. Birth control is a method used to prevent pregnancy. You are already pregnant so birth control has no use. Also, it may possibly cause bad side effects to continue taking birth control pills while you are pregnant. Read More
If you are taking birth control and become pregnant and don't know that you are will it harm the fetus?
taking birth control if you may be or are pregnant can and will harm the baby. A friend of mine was pregnant and took a pack of birth control pills to terminate the pregnancy, and it worked. so the answer is yes. Read More
Im pretty sure im pregnant but all the home tests you take say no could that be because im still taking birth control and would it make you keep having your period?
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. Read More
Birth control pills do not end or harm a pregnancy. If she is pregnant, she should stop taking the pill and contact her health care provider to plan for appropriate prenatal care or to discuss options for abortion. Even after using the pill while pregnant, all options are open to her. Read More
It probably will if I understand the "morning after" pill. I also think they won't give it to you if you are all ready pregnant . Read More
most likely not, but it is always best to consult your OB/GYN before taking any medicines while pregnant Read More
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 Read More
Yes, became pregnant twice. The first time I became pregnant after 5 months of starting bromocriptine therapy. I stopped taking the medications, and i had a miscarriage at 11 weeks. Now I have been taking the medication for six months and iam approx. 4 weeks pregnant. Read More
If you are taking birth control pills and become pregnant continue to take the pills can it harm the baby?
If you ARE pregnant- you have no need to take birth control, you cannot get 'more pregnant' by not taking them or anything like that. Stop taking the birth control pills and start taking prenatal vitamins. Studies are linking birth control pills to being harmful to your baby- but even if they are not harmful- why continue to take them if you are already pregnant? Again, you cannot get pregnant with multiple babies at once… Read More
What is the effect of taking cyclenorm E and P during pregnancywithin first 45 days Will taking these pills lead to an abortion will it in any way effect future plans to get pregnantPlease reply?
No effect at all. They are birth control pills and as long as oyu take them you cannot get pregnant. When you stop you can. Read More
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. Read More
A normal dose of birth control should be OK if you stop taking it now, but if you're trying to kill your baby you should think twice and at least get an abortion instead, because if you your baby servives you could have damaged her for life, which you would regret even more than an abortion. I have a few things to say. 1. Trying to perform a abortion on yourself is STUPID and DANGEROUS… Read More
bad bad idea unless you go to a doctor an obtain a medical abortion. That's the only safe way. And a total mythbuster....taking a lot of birth control pills or the morning after pill will NOT cause you to have an abortion. Talk to your doctor Just want to second the response of the poster above. Multiple birth control/Plan B will only make the environment hostile to conception. If you are pregnant, you will stay… Read More
Yes,if you miss a day without taking the pill. My girlfriend got pregnant while taking the pill Read More
You can get pregnant Read More
Yes, unprotected sex can get you pregnant. Read More
its not guaranteed to get pregnant BUT the risk is definitely increased Read More
Certain prescription and/or overthecounter drugs are associated with fetal abnormalities and miscarriages. Consult your doctor before taking any medication when you are pregnant or trying to conceive. Some drugs can damage the fetus and cause miscarriage before you even know you are pregnant. Read More
no it will only makes sure you dont get pregnant if you are pregnant and start taking birth control its doing nothing Read More
There's no benefit from taking birth control when you're 21 weeks pregnant. Read More
If you had sex it is possible you are pregnant. The chance of getting pregnant on your period, while taking BCP is quite small. Read More
No method of birth control is 100% effective. Read More
You stop taking birth control when you want to get pregnant, when you are no longer fertile, when you're not at risk of pregnancy (perhaps because your partner can't get you pregnant), or when you have a medical condition that makes birth control a bad idea. Read More