Is it safe to take birth control pills if you think you're pregnant?
NO! you need to contact you doctor or go to the hospital to get a test done you could be hurting your baby and taking the pill will not cause you to miscarry if you are pregnant
I'm afraid they only prevent it not get rid of it. if you think you are pregnant take a test right away. birth control will not end pregnancy. Read More
Before you stop taking birth control, get confirmation that you are pregnant! You will show up as pregnant regardless of the pill's presence and it won't hurt the baby. If your home pregnancy test shows up as not pregnant and you seriously think you are, go to your doctor's office and have them do another test. Read More
If you're pregnant there is always still a possibility that you can have your period. Regardless, You should not be on birth control while pregnant unless instructed to do so by your doctor. Taking Birth control pills while pregnant can lead to birth defects or death. If you think you're pregnant, consult your Doctor about pregnancy and your birth control. Read More
Birth control stops the womans body from having a baby, and let's them enjoy the pleasures of intercourse without the consequences. So think about that. OF COURE IT WOULD! Read More
Yes, in some sense. That's the idea with birth control pills: they simulate some symptoms of pregnancy to fool your body so it does not think it can get pregnant again. Read More
What if all of a sudden you took a overdose on birth control pills how long does it take for the birth control pills to wear off?
i think youn should go to a doctor Read More
Birth control pills can make you miss your period, but I do not think you can loose your baby. Read More
If you're taking birth control pills you simply wait for your planned period to come. If your period doesn't come, you should go to the doctor or take a home pregnancy test. If you're taking any other birth control methods, such as the depo provera shot, I encourage you to see your doctor if you think you might be pregnant. Read More
What are the chances of pregnancy without a condom if the pull out method was used and birth control pills were taken irregularly the week before?
Allot higher than you may think, get checked out as soon as possible, pre-ejaculate is still able to get a woman pregnant & for birth control pills to be effective they need to be taken as prescribed. Read More
I think so and they are made, but very few men seem to take the responsibility of birth control. Read More
Yes you will still get symptoms of pregnancy if you conceive while on birth control pills. But, why are you continuing to take birth control pills when you suspect you may be pregnant? This will harm the unborn fetus and cause disabilities including miscarriage. Also ; birth control pill will give you pregnancy symptoms. Because you've had normal periods which lasted 3 days I would think it's unlikely you're pregnant. While on birth control your… Read More
NO, you should not take birth control if you think you may be pregnant. Instead, you should immediately see your doctor for proper diagnosis and guidance. Read More
If you get pregnant and you dont know until a month in and your taking birth control can that harm the baby at all?
I think the moment you think your pregnant you should talk to your doctor. Only your family doctor knows what's best for you and knows the facts you need to know about being pregnant. If you think your pregnant you should take a home pregnancy test, if it comes up positive than you should stop taking your birth control pills and make an appointment with your family doctor. He/She will discuss your options. Read More
Not if you are pregnant. And I think you mean the pill, not pearl. Birth control pills stop you from ovulating and does not bring your period back, it makes it stay way. Read More
What you think has no bearing on the use. If you ARE pregnant, then no, they will not work. If you are not pregnant they are fairly effective. My two brothers are examples of how effective they can sometimes be. Read More
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. Read More
I know that birth control pills will make an African Violet bloom, but I do not think they do anything for any other kind of flower or plant. Read More
spotting is a symptom of switching birth control so if your switching do not think you are pregnant! Read More
If you forgot to take birth control one day and took two the next day and that same day had unprotected sex can you be pregnant?
I would not worry about it. Theoretically you can pregnant depending on the week you forget to take bc. But I know stories of people that stop taking birth control and don't ovulate for months! Think about all the pills they forgot. Read More
when you miss birth control pills, the hormone levels in your body drop and you may bleed. Continue taking birth control pills as schedule. Think about using the morning after pill if you had sex in the last five days. Use a back up method until you've taken seven pills correctly. Talk with your health care provder about other birth control options that will be easier for you to use correctly. Read More
Is it common to be cramping and sick to your stomach 5 days after taking a series of birth control pills to prevent pregnancy?
Im no doctor, but im fairly sure that if you are already pregnant, then take birth control... all your doing is seriously harming your unborn child... birth control pills do diffrent things than the morning after pill, they are not interchangable. I tell you this as something i think I've read, seek medical help, and answers. i don't know anything. Read More
Whether birth control or IUD is easier depends wholly on what you think. Taking birth control might be easier for some people, if they can remember to take a pill daily. Read More
To my knowledge the last week of birth control pills are placebos. That means they are simply sugar pills that help keep you in a routine. I think the lack of regular birth control pills during that last week cause you to start your period because you stop the hormones associated with those pills. Of course, I haven't taken them for over 10 years and the new types may be different. Read More
take a birth control test immediately and if it is positive then stop taking them and see your doctor to make sure you are pregnant Read More
If you're on the birth control patch and think you might be pregnant, take a pregnancy test. The patch does not affect the accuracy of a pregnancy test. Read More
If you think you're pregnant, take a pregnancy test. The patch does not affect the accuracy of a pregnancy test. Read More
Yes it can. I didn't know I was pregnant and kept taking my pills and then had a lot of bleeding at once, so I went to the Dr. and was told that I had a miscarriage. So, if you know you are pregnant STOP taking your pills immediately. Here's something to think about. If you are on birth control pills, you shouldn't get pregnant to begin with. They say it's 99.9% effective when used… Read More
Technically the way you constructed your sentence you're not really asking a question but here's a possible explanation to what I think you might be asking. The way birth control pills work is that it tricks your body into thinking that it is already pregnant so that you don't ovulate. Hence the birth control box will state symptoms similar to pregnancy symptoms (i.e. bloating, nausea, vomiting, etc) Read More
There is no need for them to but no I don't think it would. Read More
Yes. With most birth control pills or other contraception, you need to use a backup method (such as a condom) for at least the first seven days after starting the contraception. If you think you might be pregnant, please see your doctor immediately. Read More
You shouldn't get pregnant because you were taking your birth control at the time. Though don't have unprotected sex now, because you will get pregnant. If you are still worried and think you might be pregnant take a pregnancy test. Read More
If you're pregnant, then you won't get your period Read More
because birth control can make you think you're pregnant. Read More
When did you start taking birth control and when was your period supposed to come? I know that many doctors recommend that you take birth control pills for about a month before you have unprotected sex. If you're still unsure, I would recommend taking an at-home pregnancy test - some of them can detect pregnancy very early (like as soon as you miss your period, I think). Read More
When taking birth control pills the directions should be followed exactly as stated. With most pills now after 3 weeks worth of pills there are white blank pills to help you keep your place while you are on your period. (My mistake I think I deleted the previous answer. It disappeared and says I modified it) Read More
I don't think there are any contraceptive pills for males. A pill intended for females would have no effect for a male. No method is 100% safe, but a condom is fairly good. -------------------------------------------------------------------- O_o dude are you saying that you are a man that can get pregnant? Read More
If you think you may be pregnant, it will give you peace of mind to find out you are not and a test is the only way to find out if you are pregnant, that is the only need for taking a pregnancy test while on birth control. Read More
You have 28 birth control pills 7 of them are the sugar pills ive only taken 17 pills and only have 3 left you are missing a Saturday pill what should you do?
i think you should take the rest of your PIOLLZ Read More
You get high and act stupid. You may or may not indulge in sexual activity. You will not get pregnant if you are taking your birth control pills properly. Ecstacy doesn't affect them. However, you are leaving yourself open to sexually transmitted diseases and should really think long and hard about that. Be safe. X Read More
I dont think so why do you think they are called HUMAN female birth pills? Read More
You were taking the Triquilar pills to avoid pregnancy but still you got pregnant you took the pills for around 15 days more Will there be any side effects on the baby due to overdose of these pills?
Don't worry. There are usually no well-documented side effects to the child whose mother took modern birth control pills for a short period of time until she discovered she was indeed pregnant. The levels of hormones in modern birth control pills are many times less what they were when originally introduced in the 1960s. Most women today take low-dose or "tricyclic" pills, all of which have fairly low level hormones. However, if you think you… Read More
Yes, changing birth control will cause a delay in your bleeding. Hormonal birth control suppresses your menstrual cycles so that you don't ovulate and so in turn you don't menstruate, instead bleeding you experience is a withdrawal bleed caused by the drop in synthetic hormones when going from active pills to placebo week. When you switch to another brand or type of birth control then your body needs time to adjust, thus your withdrawal bleeds… Read More
THIS IS POSSILBE, BIRTH CONTROL IS NOT 100%. MY GODSISTER THOUGH SHE WAS PREGNANT, BUT FOR FOUR MONTHS SHE CONTINUED HER BIRTH CONTROL BECAUSE SHE STILL GOT HER PEROID, AND WHEN SHE WENT TO THE DOCTORS SHE FOUND OUT SHE WAS 18 WEEKS, SO YES IT CAN HAPPEN. Read More
If you even miss one pill and are sexually active, you can get pregnant, not to mention missing several pills. The best bet would be to use some other form of birth control after missing a pill. Although I've known friends who have missed a couple in a month and not gotten pregnant, I think that is just really lucky though and would strongly advise against relying in that. Good luck! Read More
depending on what type of birth control your on your body may think its pregnant when its really not.and with most birthcontrols youll experience the same symtems as being pregnant,with out the baby.how ever if your deeply concerend you should see a doctor to be 100% sure.if your kinda sure you are,wait till your birthcontrols time is over (depending on what you take,this would be for the depo and nuva ring)and then wait a week… Read More
I think that this was originally to remind you, for one, of the order to take them in. For another, a lot of times birth control pills have been placed in a circle so that they fit comfortably in a compact. This way, women are saved the embarassment, and only THEY know they are taking birth contol. And it is an easy indication to the woman of where in the cycle she is. Read More
Can a girl who you think might be pregnant from sex two days ago get rid of the baby by taking birth contol pills even if the embryo has already started to develop?
ask your MD about the morning after pills Read More