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Answered 2008-02-14 18:55:31

Still continue taking your BC pill. You may experience a earlier or later period but this is normal and due to take MAP. Your protected against pregnancy because you took MAP.


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The average couple takes six months to get pregnant. Eight months is not unusual.

Even if you miss one pill, and have unprotected sex where the sperm is released. You can get pregnant

If you use the nuva ring how long after taking a 10 day prescription of ammoxicilin do you wait to have unprotected sex?

maybe - maybe not we will never know.. unless he tells the public.

If you have missed that many pills, do not have unprotected sex. After taking your next pill wait at least 7 days before having sex unprotected.

I started taking birth control for the first time on the 23rd of february and i missed the first 3 days after my period stoped. I bega taking them again and i missed the 12th day on the days that i missed my boyfriend ejaculated inside me and on other days we have unprotected sex, i am not sure if i could be pregnant. the other day i went to pee and when i wipe i saw pale blood, my stomach was cramping me all day. my period is shedule to come o the 23rd of march so i will sit and wait but i want to know i i could be.

i don't know about getting mood swings but i am really hyper right now and i have also stoped taking lexapro

No it does not and if you are on the pill it would take away the effect so you are unprotected.

A pregnancy test WILL NOT tell you if you are pregnant immediately after having intercourse unless you've had intercourse within the last nine months (on another occasion) and you are already pregnant.

There's no secret to getting pregnancy after taking Depo Provera. You simply have unprotected sex. Some women will be able to get pregnant immediately after the shot is due, and others may have a delay of fertility up to 18 months. The average is 11 monthns. There is no strategy for speeding the return to fertility.

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it depends on when u stop taking birth control pills...if u stop tking it on monday and had unprotected sex on thurs. its highly unlikely due to the fact it tkes at least a month for the body to rid of the medication..but it is possible because its unprotected

No U.S. President died four months after taking office. Zachary Taylor died a year and four months after taking office. James A. Garfield was shot four months after taking office but remained President until his death two and a half months later.

Nt really quite sure my bf is taking it for that and it seemed to work bt when he stoped taking it the pain came back

If you continue having unprotected sex, then yes, it's possible.

If you have unprotected sex, there is always a chance of pregnancy. For a lot of women, they are the most fertile right after they stop taking birth control. If you had intercourse around the time of ovulation, your chances will be higher of getting pregnant. YOu miss a period and take a pregnancy test.

Nine months. There is a chance that you can get pregnant from not taking your dose at around the same time each day (2-4 hours outside of when you usually take it.) If you have not taken your contraceptive pill for two-three consecutive days, you are unprotected. At two weeks, consider yourself completely unprotected.

If you've had unprotected sex then it is possible. I would recommend taking a home pregnancy test and/or seeing your Dr.

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