If you miss your period while on birth control should you wait to start your next cycle until you are sure you are not pregnant or should you continue to take the birth control?
Many women have no period on the BCP. Do not stop taking it as directed.
Your birth control cycle ended last Friday and your period did not start you took a pregnancy test today and am not pregnant Should you start taking your new cycle of pills tomorrow?
Yes, you should continue your birth control pills as schedule regardless of bleeding.
If you're pregnant, then you won't get your period
Should you continue your new birth control even though you did not get your period taking the sugar pills?
Yes, continue taking your pills. Many woman stop menstruating while taking birth control pills. If you are questioning the possibility of pregnancy take a HPT (home pregnancy test), if it is negative you can be assured that you are not pregnant and the pill is working as it should.
Yes, a woman can get pregnant directly after her period. Unless you want to get pregnant you should always use birth control.
You should continue taking the birth control pill daily as scheduled regardless of bleeding.
If you get your period while on birth control, you should continue using your birth control as scheduled. Bleeding does not change the schedule for taking your pill or changing your patch or ring.
If you're pregnant there is always still a possibility that you can have your period. Regardless, You should not be on birth control while pregnant unless instructed to do so by your doctor. Taking Birth control pills while pregnant can lead to birth defects or death. If you think you're pregnant, consult your Doctor about pregnancy and your birth control.
For me, Its up to you. All I can say is that you are not prone to get pregnant when you are havimg your menstrual period. ^_^ For me, Its up to you. All I can say is that you are not prone to get pregnant when you are havimg your menstrual period. ^_^
No, if you miss your period on the pill you should go see your doctor immediately.
should I continue on the HCG diet if i get my period?
Yes, you should always continue to take your birth control unless your physician tells you to stop. Stopping your birth control and having unprotected sex will make you become pregnant. If you are experiencing any bleeding before the expected date or time of your period, you are most likely experiencing spotting or breakthrough bleeding. This is bleeding that is not considered a period, it is however a side effect from birth control that can last… Read More
Yes you should be on birth control if you are having sex. You can get pregnant before, after and during your period!!!! If you aren't on the pill, be safe, use a condom!!!
Should I stop birth control if my tests came back negative, but I still feel pregnant, but haven't missed a period yet?
A missed period while on birth control could be a side effect of the type of birth control you are on or you could be pregnant. You should take a home pregnancy test and/or see your Dr.
no because after menopause, a women can't get pregnant anymore or have periods.
Women do not menstruate while pregnant. If you are certain you are pregnant, and begin bleeding, you should see a doctor immediately.
Do you continue to take the active pill if on the third week you took a period or do you go on the sugar pill?
You should continue to take your birth control pills as scheduled regardless of bleeding.
You can miss a period when you are the pill and it totally normal do not stop taking your pills!!!! Just take a pregnancy test if it says you are not pregnant then you are not pregnant. Your period should come the next month if seek medical attention.
You should continue to take your birth control pill as usual. There are a lot of factors that can cause a menstrual cycle to come on early or late, including stress, regardless of where you are in your pill pack. Your birth control has not been compromised because you got your period unexpectedly, but you should continue to take your pills as directed. Where the hell did you get my period from?
What if you had your period early but your pill is not finish it is ok to continue to take or you stop even the 28 days is not finish?
You should continue taking the birth control pill as scheduled regardless of bleeding.
You should not be pregnant when you start taking the pills as you start taking them within a week of the start of your period and if you have a period you are 99.5% sure you are not pregnant. However if you are pregnant the pills will have no effect.
No, it is biologically impossible to get pregnant during your period as there is no egg present. BUT it is possible to get pregnant as a result of sex during menstruation, also not all vaginal bleeding is menstruation. Unless you want to get pregnant you should always use birth control.
NO if u have conceived and missed period is basic indication u r pregnant Birth control pill will not help and will harm the foetus be cautious.
No, you should continue taking the birth control pill as scheduled, regardless of any bleeding.
The only way to start becoming pregnant is if you stop taking birth control.Birth control may regulate your period, but it will also prevent you from becoming pregnant. If you are trying to become pregnant, you should go to your physician for guidance on how to do so.
Yes and no. Normally, when a woman is pregnant, her period stops. But in some cases, women may continue to have bleeding or spotting during the first several months of the pregnancy. However, if this persists, she should ask her doctor about it.
maybe u should see your doctor n sometimes ur birth control can give u pregnancy symthoms First things first, you shouldn't take birth control if your pregnant. Secondly it's not normal to have a period if you are pregnant, but it IS normal is spot during pregnancy. But just to be safe follow-up for a OB-GYN
It can take up to three months for your period to return after stopping hormonal birth control such as depo provera or the pill. Any longer than this and you should talk to your doctor. Even if you do not have your period, you can still become pregnant so should take precautions if you are not trying to conceive.
If using birth control pills to regulate your period in order to get pregnant how will they help you to get pregnant?
If you are using birth control pills they will keep you from getting pregnant until you are off of them but even if you didn't take them you would still be able to get pregnant they are just to help you have a regulated period Birth Controls pills are 99% effective in preventing pregnancy and should not be taken if pregnant, or trying to get pregnant. For other options it's best to consult your doctor.
First of all if you think you are pregnant and on birth control, see the doctor, as this can cause harm to the baby. Second of all, if you are on birth control and have had a period, I don't think you are pregnant. The symptoms of pregnancy are a missed period, sore breasts, tiredness, feeling queezy and feverish, also food cravings. It is possible to have some spotting in early pregnancy but this should… Read More
It's biologically impossible to fall pregnant during menstruation, you can however become pregnant as a result of sex during your period as sperm can live up to a week, by which time you may ovulate. Unless you want to become pregnant you should always use birth control.
It's biologically impossible to menstruate while pregnant - although it is possible to experience vaginal bleeding during pregnancy, it isn't that common. If you are pregnant and start to experience vaginal bleeding you should seek immediate medical attention. You should only ever use tampons during menstruation when you know how heavy your bleeding is going to be in order to know what absorbency tampon that you can use safely.
Yes, you should keep taking the birth control as scheduled on the calendar regardless of any bleeding.
No but if you are on birth control and took penicillin and had intercourse you could be pregnant. Some antibiotics affect the birth control pill and therefore you could get pregnant. You should take a pregnancy test or see your doctor.
If you're taking birth control pills you simply wait for your planned period to come. If your period doesn't come, you should go to the doctor or take a home pregnancy test. If you're taking any other birth control methods, such as the depo provera shot, I encourage you to see your doctor if you think you might be pregnant.
No, you should continue taking the pills as scheduled. IF you missed any pills in the prior cycle, take a pregnancy test.
No it doesnt. I was on mine for four months and was not pregnant. You should go to the doctor though. Mine was just irregular and birth control fixed mine.
At 49, your chance of conceiving has gone done quite a bit but you should consider yourself fertile until you have missed 12 straight periods. Once you have gone 12 straight cycles without a period you can safely stop using birth control. If you miss 11 periods and then have one you should continue using birth control and start the count over.
a girl can get pregnant anytime, the whole "this many days before or this many days after my period i cant get pregnant" is a myth, shes just as likely to get pregnant no matter when her period was. you should always use birth control if you are not ready for a baby.
Should you continue taking birth control as normal if you get your period while still taking the active pills and finish your period before you take the sugar pills?
Yes continue taking your pills as normal. If this happens again perform a pregnancy test and see your DR about changing your BC pills.
Yes. Most women are fertile before their period returns and certainly afterward. If you do wish to become pregnant you should always use a condom and/or a reliable form of birth control.
You did not get your period while you were taking your sugar pills you either could possibly be pregnant, or your birth control is making you have light or no period at all. You should take a pregnancy test or visit a physician to take a pregnancy test to know your answer at your convenience. Or if you have been on birth control for over 3 months, and take you take your birth control everyday… Read More
If you are having a regular period, you are not pregnant.
You should not get pregnant at all if you are on the pill; hoever, nothing is 100% and the birth control pill is only about 99% effective. I have had a few patients that have gotten pregnant whilst taking the pill. (I'm a doctor)
If you mistakenly started your new pack of birth control the week of your cycle but you only took two days worth before you realized you were a week ahead should you stop or continue?
Continue, it just means you won't have a period this week but it won't harm you. Your next period will come as usual at the end of this pack.
If you are definitely taking your pills at the same time everyday and are still having a period you should be okay. No method is 100% so I would recommend if you are concerned to use 2 methods such as a condom and birth control pills. If you believe that you could be pregnant, take a home pregnancy test. There actually are pregnant women that do have a type of spotting which seems like a… Read More
I have heard that while taking antibiotics on birth control, if can weaken the effectiveness of your birth control, causing you to become pregnant. If you have worries, you should take a pregnancy test, or consult your doctor. Hope this helps.
You missed your pill and your bf ejaculated into you could you be pregnant you started your pills the next day should you stop you dont want to hurt anything?
The hormones found in birth control pills are not harmful to a fetus in the prescribed dose. The purpose they serve is to prevent you from ovulating and therefore preventing you from being able to get pregnant. If your menstrual cycles are typical and regular ovulation and the ability to conceive would occur approximately 14 days after the first day of your period. Unless you happened to have unprotected sex at this time, and then… Read More
It would be best to continue taking the pill each day regardless of bleeding.
I am not entirely sure what you mean by it 'being the same' but if you mean will it come at the same time then more or less yes because if you start taking it the Sunday after your period it should come around the same time as the previous month. If you are referring to the flow of your period then not necessarily. Birth control can significantly reduce the uncomfortable symptoms you experience during… Read More