Im assuming you're talking about missing a day of the pill.
All you need to do is take the pill as soon as possible, along with the pill you are supposed to take today (so its possible to take 2 pills on the same day).
However, if you missed the pill say a week ago, you will need to talk to your doctor.
Missing a day ofwont mean you are going to get pregnant for sure, but it does increase your chances.
So, you missed a day of birth control and now you are spot bleeding. This is normal, but it is important to realize that you are not protected from pregnancy. You should continue taking your birth control pills as normal and use an additional form of contraception for 2 weeks.
Taking birth control is the key here. As long as you have not missed taking any of the BCP you are 99.5% protected from pregnancy.
Birth control prevents pregnancy; it doesn't end an established pregnancy.
You will not Ovulate when on birth control. Missing several birth control pills may kick-start Ovulation. If you were a few hours late taking birth control then do not worry but take your next dose at the usual time. If you completely missed one day, then continue taking pills as normal but use a condom for 14 days to prevent pregnancy.
For the birth control pill to be effective in preventing pregnancy, you have to take it every day.
You should take the birth control pill as directed regardless of bleeding. Take a pregnancy test if you missed pills in the previous cycle.
If you've been on the pill a month and haven't missed any pills then you're protected against pregnancy.
Most likely you will not become pregnant since you used a condom. A condom is effective to prevent pregnancy if it is worn properly. However, if you miss a day of birth control, you should take two pills the next day to make up for the day that you missed. If you do not take two pills the next day, there is a possibility that you can become pregnant if you will have unprotected intercourse.
There are many possibilitis to your bleeding. Reasons for your bleeding are: * Irregular Period. * Hormonal Imbalance. * Missed birth control pills. * Pregnancy.
yes you can, they don't protect you against pregnancy if you even miss one day
Hi there. A missed BC pill can cause you to be more at risk of pregnancy and it can make your period a day late. It is perfectly fine to miss one pill if you take the next one on time!
Birth control GIVES you pregnancy symptoms. If she thinks she is pregnant she shouldn't be taking birth control any more and should see her doctor to find out.because birth control doesn't help if you are pregnet.
No its not because if you miss a day it s very likely for you to become pregnant so no birth control is not enough to prevent pregnancy
In order to be 99.9% proteced from pregnancy while on birth control, you must properly take your birth control.If you are using birth control pills, you must take your birth control every day and at the same time everyday to remain 99.9% protected from pregnancy.
Birth control must be taken every day for 4 weeks before it will protect you against pregnancy. To continue with the protectiveness of birth control you must continue taking a pill every day. Missing a pill will put you at a increased risk of pregnancy.
Hi, There is a low chance of pregnancy is this situation. The risk of pregnancy is 1%. There could be a chance because the pill has to stay at an effective level to do its job. I guess your going to have to wait and see if you get your period.
Not sure what you are asking. but NO, you should not be taking birth control during pregnancy. However, if you are taking oral contraceptive pills or depot provera and discover you are pregnant, you should not worry. Women who were on the birth control pill or depot provera during their pregnancy do not have any problems with their pregnancy i.e. they can carry the pregnancy to term and without any fetal abnormalities from the hormones. BUT if you are on birth control and find out you are pregnant, please STOP the birth control, unless you intend to get an abortion. In which case you should resume the birth control the day of the abortion. and if you are using condoms, you should continue to use that through pregnancy for STD prevention purposes not for birth control.
Take the pill as soon as you remember. If that means taking two in one day, it's fine. You are still protected against pregnancy. You might have spotting, but it's unlikely and if it does happen it's completely normal.
No birth control is 100% effective so if you have unprotected sex there is always a chance of pregnancy as well as getting an STD or HIV/AIDS. If you do not want to get pregnant ALWAYS use a condom in addition to your birth control pill to help prevent pregnancy as well as the transmission of STD and HIV/AIDS.
Changing birth control pills doesn't increase your risk of pregnancy if you started the new pack on time. It is possible to get pregnant even while using the birth control pill correctly, however, so take a pregnancy test if you're having symptoms of pregnancy.
If you missed your period after not taking the birth control pill at the same time each day, the most likely reason is that you are pregnant. Some women will miss their periods randomly (or experience minimal spotting) while on birth control. You should take a pregnancy test to be sure.
Hello there. It is difficult to say. There is a very tiny chance of pregnancy but if missing the pill was a one off and because you took two pills the next day, you should be covered against pregnancy.
The antibiotics can make the birth control not working so you should get a pregnancy test done.