What are you to do if a guy takes birth control?
If he is taking female birth control pills forget him. They contain hormones and he is not taking them for birth control.
Birth control can very likely make your periods a lot lighter. Since there is not as much blood as usual it takes longer to be pushed out of your vagina. Just like blood turns brown after it has been out of the body for a while and is no longer 'fresh' the same thing happens when the blood takes a while to be pushed out.
If you stop you'll probably end up pregnant. Yes sperm is still in you. Birth control controls the hormones in your body so the birth control is already doing it's job. By the time your body absorbs the sperm or disperses it, ( a couple of days), the birth control hormones are still present so it is unlikely you would get pregnant at this time. But after this, you won't be protected against pregnancy and…
If a girl finishes her old birth control and takes a placebo for a week then starts her new birth control the day of her period and has unprotected sex the second day of her period is she pregnant?
How long does it usually take for birth control to be out of your system if you have been on it for 6 months?
What could be a reason why I've been spotting for two weeks and have been having irregular periods 3 months now and I'm on birth control?
If a guy takes one birth control pill, it wouldn't have much effect, maybe tingles or something lol. But if a guy took it regularly, like one a daily basis, than he would feel girl symptoms like boob pains and stuff lol. nothing. a few years ago a toddler gave his sibling some birth control pills because he asked his mom what do they do? and she told him that it stops her from having…
My boyfriend takes a sperm killer but he did not take it in four days i am on my normal period now and he ejaculated in me i am not on birth control may i still be pregnant?
If a 14 year old takes birth control it could lead her to be sexually active at her young age and she may not think she needs other form of protection. Remember that birth control does not prevent STD's. Also, nothing is 100% effective in preventing pregnancy. Birth control is 98-99% effective if you take it everyday at the same time and do not smoke. (I got pregnant on birth control and took it everyday…
You have been taking the low dose birth control pill for 8 months and you have had regular periods the whole time do you have a better chance of getting preg right away after you stop taking the pill?
Abstinence Birth Control Implant Birth Control Patch Birth Control Pills Birth Control Shot - Depo-Provera Birth Control Sponge - Today Sponge Birth Control Vaginal Ring - NuvaRing Breastfeeding as Birth Control Cervical Cap Condom - male/female Diaphragm Fertility Awareness-Based Methods IUD Outercourse Spermicide Sterilization - tubal ligation/vasectomy Withdrawal Morning-After Pill is an option it is not a birth control pill but is Emergency Contraception.