I know about the pill. I have know women (not many) that have gotten pregnant while on the pill, but as soon as they got pregnant they no longer had any periods. I hope that this helps:)
No. You're not pregnant.
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It is possible that you can get pregnant after Mirena is removed even if you are bleeding. If you don't want to be pregnant, use another method of birth control.
The bleeding is the withdrawal bleed and is normal. This occurs when you stop taking birth control for over a few days. You can become pregnant.
Yes, if you stop the birth control you can get pregnant, whether or not you're bleeding.
Using the remote control, you can set the fan to come on automatically when the room reaches a certain temperature.
Go to Control Panel --> Automatic Updates.
Signs of pregnancy are a positive pregnancy test and absent period. Bleeding while on birth control is a common side effect. If you think you might be pregnant, take a pregnancy test.
The terms voluntary and automatic have opposite meanings. If a muscle is voluntary that means that it is under conscious control, rather than operating automatically.
Bleeding on the birth control pill is not a sign of pregnancy. Absent period and positive pregnancy test are signs of pregnancy. if you think you might be pregnant, take a test.
If a woman has a period, it is unlikely that she is pregnant; however, birth control is not 100% effective. The bleeding you have while on birth control is not actually a period; it is withdrawal bleeding, a reaction to lower hormones in the days you use a placebo pill. If you're having a typical withdrawal bleed, chances are low that you are pregnant. If you're pregnant, you will not have a normal withdrawal bleed. However you may experience brown vaginal bleeding or no bleeding at all. Even without the birth control pill, some pregnant women have bleeding (similar, but not equal, to a period) in the first month. This spotting is common, and doesn't mean that something is wrong with the pregnancy. But if you're having bleeding or spotting with a positive pregnancy test, contact your health care provider today. If you're having pain, bleeding, and a positive pregnancy test, go to the emergency room. Pregnancy with bleeding while on birth control is possible. First, birth control pills are not 100% effective and it is possible to become pregnant while on them. Second, bleeding during pregnancy is possible, but usually signals a miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy.
Well bleeding is normal after stopping your pills. And by the way if you are having your period your not pregnant. It's only when you don't have your period for a while should you think you are pregnant.
Hi, The automatic climate control works like if you set the temprature of in side the car to 25. Then the automatic climate control stops your heater or a.c. to increase or decrease the temprature than 25. In other words, it controls the in side climate automatically to that particular temprature. k.Chander
that is very possible. It can happen although it is rare
Women do not menstruate while pregnant. If you are certain you are pregnant, and begin bleeding, you should see a doctor immediately.
Yes, some women do bleed some even when they are pregnant. See a doctor and get a reliable pregnancy test because if you are pregnant, continuing to take birth control pills could cause complications.
ask a doctor ;]
I'm wondering the same thing.
It's possible to have light bleeding even if you're pregnant. But any amount of bleeding counts as a "period" when you're using hormonal birth control.
Yes. The Pill doesn't completely eliminate bleeding. What it does is fools the body into thinking that it's pregnant, so spot bleeding is relatively common.
First, you should determine what effect method of birth control you want to start if you want to avoid pregnancy. Starting hormonal birth control may control bleeding. If you want to get pregnant, your best bet is to keep in mind that irregular bleeding will go away without treatment. Talk with your health care provider about options if the bleeding is troublesome.
There is only one way you can get control of bleeding. You will have to put pressure on the wound.
Yes, bodies aren't clockwork and rhytm methods/counting days are notoriously unreliable.
Break through bleeding means the pills are not working, and that you CAN get pregnant.
It's much more likely that you're having a side effect of birth control if you're bleeding two weeks after starting it. Typical signs of pregnancy are lack of bleeding and a positive pregnancy test. If you think you're pregnant, take a pregnancy test.