No it is not normal to ovulate while you are on Birth Control pills. The entire idea behind taking the pill is to prevent the body from producing or releasing an egg. If you are taking combination pills, the progesterone in the pill causes your body to "think" it is pregnant, thus preventing ovulation.
You don't normally ovulate on the birth control pill, although you may if you miss pills.
The purpose of BCP is to prevent ovulation. If you take The Pill as directed, you are not ovulating.
If your period wasn't due & you're on birth control, then this is break through bleeding. Birth control stops you from ovulating. If you're currently on the 7day break or sugar pills then this is normal.
It is not normal to feel sick after taking birth control pills. If you feel that the pills are making you sick, you should contact your doctor and have them changed.Taking birth control pills should not make you feel sick. That is not normal.
yes you can conceive when switching pills.
Yes, when you stop birth control pills, the hormone levels in your body drop. Then you have withdrawal bleeding.
BC pills prevent pregnancy by tricking your body into thinking its pregnant and this stops you from ovulating so there is no egg awaiting fertilization.
Yes and if you are still ovulating it is advisable so that you do not have a pregnancy so late in life.
Yes, you can't get pregnant unless you ovulate. If you ovulate in spite of taking the birth control pill, you could get pregnant.
You will probably get a withdrawal bleed a few days later. If you have been taking birth control pills regularly you should not BE ovulating. It's possible to use some birth control pills as emergency contraception; perhaps that's what you were attempting. For more information, see the link to the related question, below.
I am not allergic to birth control pills.
Packet of birth control pills on the kitchen counter, receipts from the pharmacy for birth control pills, or your wife asking, "Have you seen my birth control pills?"
No, it will not. It's part of the normal treatment when catching up on missed birth control pills (up to two at a time), or using birth control pills to control irregular uterine bleeding, as well as for emergency contraception.
Absolutely not. Use the normal birth control pills, not a herbal alternative, which won't work.
No, birth control pills are not narcotics.
No. Women using birth control pills do not ovulate, yet they usually have regular periods. Most likely you are ovulating; however the one does not necessarily indicate the other.
Yes, you need to get the 'morning after pill'. Your normal birth control pill does not substitute for this.
Yes, some women will experience unscheduled bleeding after missing birth control pills.
A normal menstrual cycle - especially if you are on birth control pills.
It is legal to mail birth control pills.
many birth control pills have generic equivalents.
The days in birth control pills are not interchangeable.
Birth control pills are not made from meat.
Break through bleeding means the pills are not working, and that you CAN get pregnant.
no this is NOT normal, maybe you have forgotten the pill or miscalculated.