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Is there a way for a girl to get pregnant two weeks before she gets put on birth control?

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2013-06-05 02:23:48

Yes, you can get pregnant two weeks before you're on birth control if you had sex without doing anything to prevent pregnancy.

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If you had sex after stopping use of BC you could be pregnant.


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Yes. It has been shown that women can get pregnant the same month that they stop taking birth control. I know a girl who got her IUD removed and was pregnant three weeks later.


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Hiya! There is a chance of pregnancy yes. Do a test in a weeks time to find out or see your doctor for a blood test.


Yes. If you have sex you can be pregnant. Birth control is never 100% effective, even when properly taken. Birth control is most effective only when taken according to the doctor's orders.


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.



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After about 4 weeks, sex is not recommended for about 6 weeks birth control takes aprox 2 weeks to become active (pill). If you are breastfeeding birth control isn't recommended there is birth control for breastfeeding mothers, the hormones are lower.


Little to none. Many women are taking birth control when they find out they are pregnant and then stop taking it.


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