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Answered 2012-11-25 01:13:10

If you want to get pregnant, stop taking Birth Control. Using the pill after stopping depo provera will not help you get pregnant. Talk to your health care provider to educate yourself about conception and pregnancy.


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No, birth control decreases your risk of getting pregnant.

If you're not using birth control, the chances are higher!

no. the chances of you getting pregnant are the same as if you hadn't taken birth control in months.

No, you may get pregnant straight away but you may not get pregnant for months, the chances are about the same as if you had never been on birth control.

birth control increases your chances of not getting pregnant

Don't chance it. Always use a contraceptive. Although the chances of you getting pregnant are slim you could be part of that small percentage of woman who do get pregnant on birth control.

Every month, if you do everything right, you chances of getting pregnant are about 20%.

The chances of getting pregnant before you have your period are higher because that is when you are most fertile in your ovulation stage. I advise condoms and birth control if you don't want to get pregnant.

Assuming that no other form of birth control is used (including withdrawal or coitus interuptus) in a year of typical sex 85 of 100 women will get pregnant. In other words, you chances of getting pregnant are very good.

ANSWERChances of getting pregnant during period are almost zero.

Yes, you can get pregnant. While on the medication, the pills help you control or reduce your chances of getting pregnant. However, how soon you might get pregnant differs from woman to woman.

Yes. You can get pregnant any time when you are on the pill as it is not 100% effective. The chances of getting pregnant are lower, but not nonexistent.

Birth control pill is a general name for a group of medications that can greatly reduce the chances of a woman getting pregnant. There is still a chance of getting pregnant, but it is greatly reduced.

the answer is NO. Lowering your changes of getting pregnant can only be successful through safe sex, which includes use of condoms or birth control contraceptives. wearing a tampon will NOT lower your chances. that is a myth

The pill is not 100% effective (no birth control methods are 100% effective) so it's possible that you could be pregnant. The chances are low though. To further lower your chances of getting pregnant, perhaps consider also using condoms or another form of birth control (that won't clash with the pill, ie. something non-hormonal) such as the cap.

yes, you can. I'm on birth control. and the more days that you miss taking the pill, the easier it is to get pregnant. missing days increases your chances of getting pregnant.

If you have unprotected sex, there is always a chance of pregnancy. For a lot of women, they are the most fertile right after they stop taking birth control. If you had intercourse around the time of ovulation, your chances will be higher of getting pregnant.

Depo-Provera is very effective birth control method, chances of getting pregnant while using Depo is very, very small. Geritol is a brand of vitamins that will not effect your chances of getting pregnant.

The chances of getting pregnant at 36 are the same as any other age before menopause.

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