You could be pregnant, or your period could be a little late. A negative pregnancy tests suggests you're not pregnant. A 34 day cycle isn't that unusual when a woman isn't on Birth Control. Repeat the test in a week if you still haven't gotten your period. If you're trying to get pregnant, be sure to take folic acid. If you don't want to get pregnant, restart the pill or use some other kind of birth control.
I stopped taking my birth control in December and in January I came on my period but in february I didnt come is this normal
The purpose of a birth control pill is not to get pregnant, so they are not "prone" to getting pregnant. To get pregnant the pill has to be stopped.
Yes, unprotected sex can get you pregnant.
Yes, if you stop the birth control you can get pregnant, whether or not you're bleeding.
Yes you can become pregnant a week after you have stopped taking birth control pills.
Yes, fertility returns quickly after stopping birth control pills. If you stopped taking them after just three weeks and continued having sex you can get pregnant.
I have been on birth control for 7yrs, and i stopped taking it the end of September. But when i stopped taking it i didn't finish the pack. I am trying to get pregnant. I am concerned that i cant get pregnant and that i should have finished the pack first. I am concerned that i might not be able to get pregnant because i took birth control for 7yrs.
If you did not have sex, their is no possible way for you to be pregnant. If you had sex, and then stopped taking the birth control pills then you may be in trouble. If what I understand is true, you are definetely not pregnant if you haven't had sex. Maybe get tested to be sure?
Or you are pregnant.
Yes. Take a test
you may be pregnant go get tested
that is very possible. It can happen although it is rare
You could still get pregnant
Yes it is possible, take a test!
No, you are not pregnant it is your body getting used to your birth control getting out of your system, but you can find out for sure about pregnancy by taking a test to be sure, but more than likely you are not pregnant.
85% of couples using no birth control get pregnant in the first 12 months. The percentage is the same for couples who have used birth control pills, and couples who have not.
ask a doctor ;]
It may take awhile for the hormones of the birth control to wear off after you stop taking it. Once the effects wear off then you should be able to get pregnant as you would normally.
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It is possible that you are pregnant, a woman often has a "light period" when the fertilized "egg" implants in the uterus,
It takes the average couple 8,5 months to get pregnant so the odds are you are not pregnant. Being anxious and waiting for your period can make it skip.
Yes, you are probably pregnant