Yes. There are several things that can make you miss a period...stress, hormonal imbalance or irregular cycles. See your doctor if you think it is possible you may be pregnant.
Having several positive urine tests means your pregnant. The test won't come back positive if you don't have the hormone in your system.
I'm pretty sure they can, being it is possible (uncommon) but possible to have a regular normal period the whole 9 months you are pregnant. Most people say that you most definitely can not have a period if you are pregnant but that is a myth. I know several people who were pregnant but yet still got there period every month they were pregnant and it was very normal, not just spotting. So i would assume that yes it is possible to have your "last" period and still be pregnant.I'm pretty sure they can, being it is possible (uncommon) but possible to have a regular normal period the whole 9 months you are pregnant. Most people say that you most definitely can not have a period if you are pregnant but that is a myth. I know several people who were pregnant but yet still got there period every month they were pregnant and it was very normal, not just spotting. So i would assume that yes it is possible to have your "last" period and still be pregnant.
Yes, you very well could be pregnant. Wait two weeks then take another pregnancy test. No, when you bleed several days after conception, there is no possible chance of being pregnant.
If you are using your birth control as directed, there should be a very small chance of getting pregnant. I'm not sure if the length of time you've been on birth control matters, but if you are inconsistent when it comes to taking/using it, the likelihood of getting pregnant increases at least a little. It really depends on your form of birth control.
yes it is very possible for this to occur wait another weeks and try agian. I am pregnant with #4 and at 5 weeks mine was neg and at 6 weeks it was pos.
No, you can't get your period if you are a week pregnant. It is not possible to menstruate while you're pregnant, but you can bleed for several reasons - if you do experience bleeding during pregnancy it could be miscarriage so talk to your doctor.
It's possible you may be pregnant but its unlikely. Missing BC pills does result in a earlier than expected period.
== == That is not unusual, in fact quite common that after you stop taking birth control, it can take several months to get pregnant. This is certainly nothing to worry about If after 6-8 or even 12 months, consult a physician to determine if you can get pregnant.
Very slim to none. Birth Control pills are very reliable. They are tested for several months before they are available to the public.
no, because birth control (in any method: pills, ring, patch, shot, implant) is meant to CONTROL birth BEFORE it happens. they are useless after you're already pregnant.
YES THEY ARE TO BE TAKEN EVEY THREE MONTHS IF YOU ARE HAVING SEX THEN YOU SHOULD TAKE A PREGNANCY TEST IF YOU ARE NOT PREGNANT THEN CHOOSE A BETTER FORM OF BIRTH CONTROL IF YOU ARE NOT TRYING TO GET PREGNANT ALSO THE SHOT CAN CAUSE A PERIOD FOR SEVERAL MONTHS AT A TIME IT IS POSSIBLE IT COULD CAUSE A LACK OF ONE BUT THEN AGAIN YOU ARE OFF SCHEDULE WITH YOUR SHOTS
Check with the local chapter of Planned Parenthood. They will know, and will be able to dispense pills if possible. * Florida as do several states has ludicrous laws pertaining to minors having private access to prescription birth control methods without parental consent. The law allows minor females to receive prescribed birth control if she requires birth control for health reasons and/or is married and/or is pregnant or has ever been pregnant and/or already has a child. What the Florida legislature was thinking (if indeed they ever do) when passing this law is anyone's guess.
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if you are talking about depo-its not too effective. i know several pepole-including myself-who got pregnant while taking it
Yes, right away or eventually. She is an adult and has been fertile for several years already.
The ONLY birth control that is 100% affective is abstinece. But, if you get on a pill, shot, or IUD AND use condoms, you are much less likely to become pregnant. There are several different ways to avoid it.
Yes. That's why those tests should be repeated several days apart.
You can experience what feels like cramping during the first several weeks due to your uterus stretching, especially during your first pregnancy.
I don't know the statistics of getting pregnant with pre-ejaculate, but it is entirely possible. It only takes one sperm cell entering the egg to make a woman pregnant. Usually, many millions of sperm compete for the honor. In one drop of semen, there must be several hundreds or thousands of sperm cells.And, there are sperm cells in pre-ejaculate.
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You can't. In fact, the man does not even need to ejaculate inside the woman for her to get pregnant, the moment penetration occurs, you run the risk of getting pregnant. Luckily, there are several methods of birth control available, from the pill to condoms to even abstinence. I suggest you try some these.