As long as the temperate of the water does not exceed 100 degrees F, you can take a bath while pregnant.
Yes...no birth control is 100% effective
You will not menstruate while pregnant. But there can be a large number of other reasons that blood flows from the vagina even while pregnant all of which require medical attention.
If it has been takebn properly, very slim. of one hundred women taking the pill correctly for a year only one of them would get pregnant. Or to put it another way, if you took the pill correctly you would get pregnant once in 100 years. Good chances of them getting pregnant. The pills take longer than that to reach full strength and even after they reach full strength they are not fully effective. I have seen several friends get pregnant while taking their pills everyday. Best bet is to take the pills and every single time wear a condom. Just a quick note on the chance of getting pregnant. The chance is 1 pregnance for every 100 sexual events. So if you have sex 100 times you will get pregnant while on the pill. Not 100 years, 100 times. If you have sex every day that would be within 4 months...guaranteed.
Yes, no birth control is 100% affective.
yes ou can still get pregnant, birth control is not 100%, no matter how many you take.
Birth control refers to all kinds of contraception. *Diaphragms: 14 out of every 100 women will become pregnant *Cervical caps: 16 out of every 100 women will become pregnant *Leah's shield: 15 out of every 100 women will become pregnant *The Combination Pill: 8 out of every 100 women will become pregnant *Male condoms: 15 out of every 100 women will become pregnant *Female condoms: 21 out of every 100 women will become pregnant *Contraceptive Implant: less than one out of every 100 women will become pregnant *Contraceptive Patch: 8 out of every 100 women will become pregnant *Depo-Provera: 8 out of every 100 women will become pregnant *Fertility Awareness: 20 out of every 100 women will become pregnant *IUD: less than one out of every 100 women will become pregnant *Minipills: 10 out of every 100 women will become pregnant *Spermicide: 29 out of every 100 women will become pregnant *The Sponge: 16 out of every 100 women will become pregnant *Vaginal Ring: 8 out of every 100 women will become pregnant *Withdarwal: 27 out of every 100 women will become pregnant http://www.scarleteen.com/article/pink/the_buddy_system_effectiveness_rates_for_backing_up_your_birth_control_with_a_second_me
yes and I have had the experience of getting pregnant while on it = very possible. the only way is 100% is NO sex.
it is likely. just be carefull out of 100 its about 5.
Yes, condoms are not 100% effective. Read the label on the box.
No, birth control is intended to prevent pregnancy. You can become pregnant while on birth control, as no method is 100% effective, but it isn't the birth control that makes you pregnant.
As long as you take them correctly and is using a back up method while having sex then no but also understand birth control isn't 100 percent and in some cases women still get pregnant.
You cant speed up the time of the pregnancy. It will take a few weeks minimum and there isn't an 100% change they will be pregnant.
Yes, you can. While birth control is reliable, there is no birth control that is 100% effective.
Yes there are no 100% methods of birth control except a hysterectomy.
It's unlikely if you're taking the birth control regularly. Maybe 1 out of 100 women get pregnant. Basically, take a pregnancy test, it'll tell you for sure. Women on birth control often don't have periods.
Condoms are not 100% effective, they can break or leak during use. So it is possible to get pregnant while using condoms, though considerably less likely.
If 100 couples have sex without birth control for a year, 85 will get pregnant. For some of them, it will happen on the first try, and for others it will take the full 12 months.
No drug can be considered 100% safe to use during pregnancy.
go to a doctor, they can take blood tests, they are 100% accurate!
You can get pregnant at any time nothing is 100% going to stop it - condoms are 98% effective, the pill is 99% effective and getting pregnant while on your period seems impossible, It can happen
A condom is good protection, but no birth control is 100% effective.
Yes you can do a pregnancy test while in your periods. But there's no need to do it because you are 100% negative. Having monthly periods means that you are not pregnant.