That is up to your dentist and ob/gyn. They will both probably say to wait until the baby is born, but it's possible that they will both say it's OK for you. It is better to wait after you have given birth.
ANSWER:If you mean birth control pills, yes it is possible to get pregnant but very very unlikely when taking them as directed. Most people that do get pregnant have taken them improperly.
My sister has depression and has to take pills for it and she was told by her doctor she would ave to stop taking the pills before getting pregnant =] Xo Kat
Contraceptive pills, if taken correctly are very, very safe, and the odds of getting pregnant while taking them is really, really small whatever else she's doing.
Yes, you can. Birth control pills are not entirely effective so you can get pregnant while taking them correctly. For every pill not taken correctly increases the chance of a pregnancy, if the person has sexual intercourse during that time.
If you are referring to your wife no legal action can be taken as your spouse has the natural right to retain pregnancy
The sugar pills are there to keep you in the habit of taking the pills daily. Do not break the habit. Continue your daily dose at same time every day or you will maybe become pregnant. You do not have to wait 7 days if you have taken all of your hormone pills properly prior to taking your sugar pills. If you have missed a pill, play it safe and use condoms for the first 7 days of the new packet.
You are not supposed to take birth control pills when you are pregnant.
The signs of pregnancy are a positive pregnancy test and lack of bleeding. If you think you might be pregnant, take a pregnancy test. If you missed three pills use a back up method until you've taken seven pills correctly. Consider the morning after pill if you had sex in the last five days.
Birth control is 99% effective IF taken properly. This includes taking it the same time every night, not missing any PILLS, not taking anti-biotics etc. Each time you miss a pill or, are taking anti-biotics etc, your chances of becoming pregnant increases.
A tablet of what? Birth control pills? If you only took one birth control pill, it is the same as not taking any. It takes a complete cycle, meaning the full pack of pills, before they achieve full effectiveness. So you have very high chance of getting pregnant after taking only one birth control pill.
no, take it before and you won't have your period the first three rows of pills have hormones in them that will regulate your period..the last row is actually only sugar pills and you are supposed to have your period on those pills. However, you can get pregnant on the pill if not taken exactly how you are supposed to.
Diet pills don't cause miscarriage but should not be taken when pregnant because they can very likely cause fetal damage. They are rarely tested on pregnant women and when pregnant you should not diet.
It is possible that you can become pregnant while taking birth contril pills. The pill is not 100% effective and if you've taken any antibiotics recently they can interfere with the pill and make it more likely for you to become pregnant. Take a pregnancy test and you'll know for sure.
Bcp don't cause miscarriage. They can be taken as morning after pills but as soon as you are pregnant it will not work. You have to see a doctor.
Yes. Birth control is 99% if effective IF taken properly. This would include not missing any pills, taking them at the same time, using back up form of contraception (ex: condoms) for 30 days after taking anti-biotics etc. Each time you miss a pill, your chances of becoming pregnant is raised dramatically.
You don't write what pills so I just assume you mean birth control pills and there is always a risk since they are not 100% safe.
If you just missed one pill it is unlikely that you ovulated at all as the other pills (if taken correctly) will have prevented ovulation. so you are unlikely to become pregnant. NO NOT REALLY PLUS THERE SHOULD BE ENOUGH HORMONES IN THE PILLS TO PREVENT THE PREGNANCY TO TAKE PLACE...SO BASICALLY NO
Yes! You should really worry about becoming pregnant, or currently being pregnant. Birth control pills are only 99.9% effective when taken every day at the same time each day. If you miss a day of pills, you should double up the pills; meaning, next day take 2. If you miss more than 3 pills you need to quickly use a back-up method; example: Plan B, if you had unprotected sex within 78 hours and have missed pills. You should really take a pregnancy test because you have not been fully protected because you have not been properly taken your birth control pills as directed.
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The first pill is taken on the first day of your period.
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.
No. If you have taken your pill everyday as you should have and didn't skip any pills your chance of getting pregnant is slim. If you did skip/miss pills yes there is a chance.
Yes. Missing this many pills makes the pack inactive and you unprotected. The pill works best when taken at the SAME time EVERYDAY! If you miss a pill take as soon as you remember and then take your next pill as recommended even if this means you take two pills in one day. If you miss more than 3 pills in a pack the pack is considered inactive and you need to use a back up method. You can stop using the back up after you've taken the first 7 pills of the new pack.
The pills are taken by everyone to get rid of the Stirrings and love. However, Jonas eventually stops taking them so he can feel love.