If you are taking antibiotics while on the pill they become less effective. So the chances of becoming pregnant are greater. But if you took a test and it was negative, you probably aren't. If you took it before you were late for your period, there is a chance that it wasn't accurate. You may not have been producing enough of the pregnancy hormone for the test to read. Wait until you are late, if you are, and take another test.
It is possible that you could be pregnant
Very few antibiotics affect birth control. If you want to get pregnant, stop using birth control.
Some drugs or antibiotics can interfere with the way birth control pills work.
Antibiotics can make birth control pills ineffective, but you cannot get pregnant JUST by taking them, you have to also have sex.
Yes, since antibiotics inhibit the growth of bacteria, and sperm is not bacteria. Also, if a woman is taking antibiotics AND a birth control pill, it can cause the birth control to become ineffective, letting her get pregnant.
Antibiotics can decrease the effectiveness of the pill. It is very possible to get pregnant while taking andtibiotics and birth control pills at the same time. See your doctor.
yes. antibiotics are not birth control. they actually work to make your body stronger
yes you can get pregnant but you have to be careful
While a few antibiotics can reduce the effectiveness of birth control pills, they don't have any significant effect on whether or not you get pregnant if you are not on the pill.
Antibiotics don't affect the depo like it affects birth control pills so you are protected.
Yes she can. Antibiotics do not prevent you from getting pregnant. They may have some affect on the effectiveness of various birth control pills.
It is possible. Antibiotics which are used to treat some forms of STD's can definitely decrease the effectiveness of birth control.
If one is on birth control antibiotics make them less effective thus increasing your chances of becoming pregnant.
If you're on birth control, you don't ovulate. That is the purpose of birth control. If you're on one of the few antibiotics that may affect how well birth control works, you may ovulate, but the date will be unpredictable.
Yes. Antibiotics effect birth control, this is how most pregnancies occur when woman are on the pill, by taking antibiotics.
It is possible, but the chances are very low
It's possible to be pregnant, on birth control, and not know it. If so, you'll just stop the birth control when the pregnancy is discovered.
Antibiotics reduce the effectiveness of birth control. You should use a backup method like condoms.
Most birth control methods are very effective, but there is always a very slim chance of getting pregnant. For example, condoms can break, and the pills effectiveness can be lowered when taking antibiotics.
Antibiotics rarely affect the birth control pill in general.
it is possible
It's possible to get pregnant when using Essure, but it is not at all likely.
it is effective to a point..but not always. you can still get pregnant using birth control. its a big preventor of pregnancy but its still possible to get pregnant.
Always possible, not likely but possible.