I have been on Birth Control for 5 years. I was moving during the week of July 30th (Sun.) - August 5th (Saturday). I'm a Sunday start, and I missed pills on Thursday (August 3rd), and Friday (Aug 4th) (took two Saturday (Aug 5th)morning), and took one Saturday night (Aug 5th) at my usual time. Sunday August 6th started my placebo pills, but I didn't know that I wasn't supposed to skip the placebo pills and start a new pack. Me and my boyfriend had unprotected sex on August 6th and 9th, but since I continued with the placebo pills I started my period (withdrawal bleeding) on August 11th. I started a new pack of pills on August 13th. For the past week or so, I have been extremely fatigued, and for the past week I have been having vaginal discharge (no smell), increased urination, and last night/this morning, I got nauseated and almost threw up. Since I had my period, does that mean I'm not pregnant? Or should I still be worried? It is unlikely you are pregnant but if you are it is over 2 weeks since you had unprotected sex so a test should show positive. Your symptoms are more likely to be stress from moving but take a test to be sure. If it is negative do another one in a week as a double check.
go to your ob/gym and ask for pills to boost your chances of being pregnant. Look it up.
Chances are small, if you took your pills correctly.
Once you stop taking the birth control pills you are able to become pregnant.
The chances are you may not be pregnant.
yes it can change your period, and/or get you pregnant. But not always
Yes, you can get pregnant. While on the medication, the pills help you control or reduce your chances of getting pregnant. However, how soon you might get pregnant differs from woman to woman.
chances are high
Skipping sugar pills to avoid a period reduces, and does not raise, your risk of getting pregnant on the pill.
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.
No, prenatal pills increase the odds of a healthy pregnancy, but don't increase fertility.
Missing any or all of the sugar pills will not affect the effectiveness of your birth control, nor will it affect your chances of becoming pregnant.
There are least chances of you getting pregnant. Pills will protect you from getting pregnant. You take the pills late by couple of hour late at times. That does not lower the efficacy of the pills. But you must get the periods with in a week of finishing the course of your pills. Other wise you have to consult your doctor.
Slim to none.
Yes it is, but there is a very small chance that you will become pregnant and using a condom or having your partner pull out to cum will greatly decrease your chances of becoming pregnant.
You need to be on birth control pills for at least seven days before you are protected. Therefore if you have been taking the pills correctly, you will not get pregnant 2 weeks after. You need to be on birth control pills for at least seven days before you are protected. Therefore if you have been taking the pills correctly, you will not get pregnant 2 weeks after.
The chances are very slim.
Skipping the placebos to skip your period:Does not cause harmLowers, rather than increases, the chances of getting pregnantDoesn't interrupt your protection
You can get pregnant by only missing one pill however, usually, the leaflet that comes with the pills give instructions on taking forgotten pills. Missing 3 or more pills has a higher chance of resulting in pregnancy. Also, anytime the penis enters the vagina, pregnancy is possible. Good Luck!!
There are some type of pills you can purchase to help increase the chances of becoming pregnant. Now what they are called not positive. But go to GNC and look they have a few different things to take. Also be sure to get some prenatal pills if you are trying so the baby will be healthy as possible. Also if you google pregnancy websites you can ask questions and they tell you different vitamins and what you need to increase the chances as well.
. I believe they say the contraceptive pill is effective 97%-99%, so that would give a 1%-3% chance of getting pregnant.
The chances are low, but it is still possible. Take a pregnancy test if you miss your period
Your chances are very good if you've had unprotected sex. Birth control pills only work if you take them regularly every day. If you are now taking them at an inconvenient time, you need to reschedule your routine.
What kind of pills? Most pregnant women don't need pills.