all women are different. I was on it two years with not one period. I tried for six months after stopping the depo and finally went to the Dr. the had me do 3 months of Birth Control to regulate myself. I did get pregnant the first month off of birth control though. did you have a period during your depo?
absolute zero, the only way to become pregnant is unprotected sex and artificial insemination.
when a person is having unprotected sex, the chances of becoming pregnant are 100%, no matter what the regulation of periods or ovulation dates are.
Did you have unprotected sex ? If you did you could be pregnant if you did not have unprotected sex then the chances of being pregnant are very slim, depending on the type of fooling around that went on.
If you had unprotected sex a week ago and both you and your partner are fertile the chances are about 50%.
Birth control pills are not effective until you have used them for 7 days. Thus, your chances of being pregnant are the same as if you were not on birth control at all.
If you had unprotected sex 7 days after the end of your period ther is a high probability of becoming pregnant.
The chance is there, you could be pregnant. Go see your doctor or get a pregnancy test.
No, diabetes has nothing to do with being pregnant, so if your test came back positive, and you had unprotected sex, your chances of being pregnant are 100%
Do you people not read the information packs that come with your birth control, or do your doctors not bother to tell you any thing. If you are taking your birth control correctly you should not get pregnant plain and simple.
The chances are you may not be pregnant.
Not very high. I have missed 2 birth control pills before and I had unprotected sex with my husband and I did not get pregnant. I have heard that the birth control pill will still be in your blood stream for a while even if you miss one or two pills, but I am not for sure how true that is.
Your chances of being pregnant are probably pretty good. If you don't want to get pregnant, you should never consider "withdrawal" as a method of birth control at all. Before a man ejaculates, his penis leaks a small amount of semen which can be enough to cause pregnancy. Beside that, you give the male control over your reproductive future. He can ejaculate in you, get you pregnant, and leave. Take control of your body.
100% I am sorry but you are pregnant
IF you were having unprotected sex during the time you was not taking your birth contol pills it could be a possibilty you may have got pregnant during that time. Do you now when you have you next period and also how long was you not taking your birth control pills all this will make a difference if your pregnant or not.
There is a definate percentage that you could be pregnant. Id get tested asap
Once you stop taking the birth control pills you are able to become pregnant.
There is a low risk of being pregnant. You will need to use a condom for 14 days to build up the level of protection you are getting from birth control, before having unprotected intercourse again. Continue taking birth control daily.
chances of being pregnant
The plan B pill isn't 100% effective, which makes chances even higher waiting 4 days when it's suppose to be taken up to 72 hours after unprotected sex.
Yes, anytime there is unprotected sexual intercourse, a female can get pregnant.
The chances of her getting pregnant are the same as not being on the pill at all. Very high. Most birth control pills require a full cycle (28 days) of use to be effective. Check the pamphlet that comes with the pills for more information. Unprotected sex is over rated - always use a condom. Please go to the Planned Parenhood website: http://www.plannedparenthood.org/birth-control-pregnancy/birth-control/the-pill.htm It has correct and far more reliable information on it and should ease some of your worries.