First of all if you think you are pregnant and on Birth Control, see the doctor, as this can cause harm to the baby. Second of all, if you are on birth control and have had a period, I don't think you are pregnant. The symptoms of pregnancy are a missed period, sore breasts, tiredness, feeling queezy and feverish, also food cravings. It is possible to have some spotting in early pregnancy but this should only be pinkish brown and NOT heavy or red. It should go away. Otherwise, being on the pill and having a normal period, I don't think you are pregnant. I suggest you take a pregnancy test right now.
Birth control medication does cause pregnancy symptoms. But yes you can have pregnancy symptoms and be pregnant.
The same as when your not on birth control pill. Birth control can cause pregnancy symptoms when you've recently started taking it within the last 3 months.
With a pregnancy test.
No. The symptoms of pregnancy are a missed period and positive pregnancy test.
A pregnancy test on birth control will be accurate and probably negative. Birth control gives you pregnancy-type symptoms but if you have not taken your pills correctly or have been taking abtibiotics which may reduce their effectiveness take a pregnancy test.
No. Birth control will prevent pregnancy.
Well to start have you missed a period? If so for how long? Are you on birth control? If you are on birth control you're not pregnant. If you are not on birth control take a pregnancy test, start there if it comes back positive go to your OBGYN and have them take a blood pregnancy test that will definitely tell you if you are or you aren't. Pregnancy symptoms don't mean squat half the time anymore. Half the women who have pregnancy symptoms turn out not to be pregnant.
If you conceived on birth control you would not get your period or would receive a very unusual period for you. If you suspect pregnancy, perform a pregnancy test.
Chances are if you are on birth control and think that you may be pregnant that you have either missed a period or are having symptoms. If you have missed a period you can take a test at anytime now. If you are having symptoms you can take a test, or wait for your period to be late to see what happens. ~pawsalmighty
Take a pregnancy test
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.
Even the most effective birth control methods, such as IUDs and Implanon prevent unwanted pregnancy at a rate of 99.9%.
yes, birth control will change your period.. i miss 4 pills once and had unprotected sex and didnt get pregnant. tell her too start watching for earlie pregnancy symptoms
The only way you can determine any form of pregnancy whether it be on any form of birth control or not is with a pregnancy test. Otherwise stop taking the pill and see if you have a period, if you do not have a period within a week or so take a pregnancy test. Any Birth control can also create symptoms similar to pregnancy, such as nausea, cramping or bloating. The best way to find out is with a HPT of visit your doctor.
Typically pregnancy or birth control.
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 period will be a lot lighter than it previously was. It is most likely the pill causing this light bleeding which is normal but do a pregnancy test to be certain.
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.
The symptoms of pregnancy are same with or without the contraceptive implant. If you think you're pregnant, take a pregnancy test.
Birth control is not a 100% way to stop pregnancy and your period makes those chances even worse.
You should still get a period while taking birth control pills. Your period usually occurs during the placebo week of pills. If the birth control was not taken properly, then there may be a chance of pregnancy, which delays your period. If you have not gotten your period during the placebo week, your should take a pregnancy test.
You shouldn't be taking birth control if you're not prescribed it. Birth control pills don't stop periods, they stop pregnancy.
If you have been on birth control for over 2 months then there is no chance of pregnancy occurring during your period. Birth control stops you from ovulating and prevent your ovaries releasing a egg, because there is no egg there is no chance of pregnancy.