no there isnt it is just a period not pregnancy
There is a chance of pregnancy occurring but its a very slim chance an there is a 1% risk.
Even though tubal ligation is an extremely effective method of birth control with a less than 1% failure rate, there is still a chance of pregnancy with any birth control method. Missing 3 periods is definitely an indication for taking a pregnancy test. The chance of an ectopic pregnancy is much higher after a tubal ligation but carrying a normal pregnancy is still possible.
Yes it is the main sign of pregnancy, so if there is a chance that you could be pregnant, you should take a pregnancy test.
When the i pill is used, it can delay the periods and the chances of pregnancy are low.
Yes, even on the pill there is a chance of pregnancy, as there is with most forms of birth control.
I don't think these are periods and you should definitely go to your doctor.
There is a definite chance that any woman can get pregnant during her periods. Though the chances of pregnancy during periods are low, they exist for all women. The truth is that there is no predictable time during the month when the risk of pregnancy can be said to be absent.
AnswerYes pregnancy can occur. Birth control only prevents against a 98% chance of pregnancy occurring so there is still a 2% chance of pregnancy occurring. If you miss pills or take antibiotics while on birth control, this will increase the chance of pregnancy occurring.AnswerIt is possible that she can because no form of birth control is 100% effective. To be on the safe side it's best to use a condom as well, which also prevents STDs/STIs
Your Fiance is either already pregnate or she is taking some type of birth control.
You're smart to be on birth control! The penis doesn't need to be completely inside the vagina for a pregnancy to result.
Start using some sort of reliable birth control method to lower the chance of future pregnancy, until you're ready to conceive.
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.
The Depo shot has about a 99% chance of preventing pregnancy.
The birth control pill, if used correctly, has over a 98% chance of preventing pregnancy. Other methods with high efficacy in preventing pregnancy include the Depo-Provera injection as well as birth control implants and IUDs. However, the most effective form of birth control is abstinence.
A condom reduces the chance of a pregnancy; but a pregnancy is still possible. For example, the condom might break, or leak. If you suspect there is a pregnancy, you may want to do a pregnancy test.
Yes, it is always a chance of pregnancy after sex of any kind ,protected or not !
If the condom is used properly, less that 1%
On day 1 or 2 of her cycle, she will not become pregnant - after day 2 the chance of pregnancy rises daily.
Yes it is possible. Birth control only protects you against a 98% chance of pregnancy so there is still a 2% chance of pregnancy occurring.
Yes, but it's an extremely slim chance. Get a pregnancy test!!
To know the difference, you should take a pregnancy test. If you haven't had sex for a while but are skipping periods, and you are over 35, it very well could be perimenopause or full-blown menopause. If you are sexually active, you should take a pregnancy test. It might also be early stages of menopause, but if you are still having ANY periods, there is still the chance of pregnancy.
As long as you're menstruating, there's a chance of a natural pregnancy. If you're not menstruating, there's no chance of a natural pregnancy.
YES, there is always a chance. No birth control method is 100%, but you sound like you covered the bases.
It is highly unlikely but is possible. If you are worried then on the day your normal period is due take a HPT.