The purpose of a birth control pill is not to get pregnant, so they are not "prone" to getting pregnant. To get pregnant the pill has to be stopped.
No, birth control decreases your risk of getting pregnant.
No method of birth control is 100% effective.
yes, and even on birth control there is a small chance of getting pregnant
To keep you from getting pregnant
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.
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.
there is always a chance of getting pregnant while on birth control. birth controll just lowers your chance of getting pregnant but doesnt prevent it totally. i have 4 kids and got pregnant twice on birth control.
birth control increases your chances of not getting pregnant
Yes, Birth control measures will assist in preventing pregnancy but they will not stop you getting pregnant. There will always be a possibility you may become pregnant.
Birth control prevents women from getting pregnant. They use it to prevent a birth of a child.
When birth control fail.
the odds of getting pregnet whail on birth control are vearry slim its possible but vearry unlikly.
Birth control pills stop you getting pregnant----Birth control actually can help you get pregnant. If you have abnormal periods, you'll have abnormal ovulation making it difficult to get pregnant. Birth Control helps regulate periods, therefore regulating Ovulation making it easier to get pregnant if you mess them up.
To prevent women from becoming pregnant when they do not want to be pregnant.it prevents you from getting pregnant
Using birth control is 95% effective, add a condom and you're golden.
you could since birth control and using a condom are not 100% preventive, but you have a better chance of not getting pregnant if you are using both.
Birth control pills are for preventing pregnancy, not getting pregnant.
Yes, you can't get pregnant unless you ovulate. If you ovulate in spite of taking the birth control pill, you could get pregnant.
If a condom is used that is properly put on and stays intact during intercourse then you cant get pregnant. Birth control medications are designed to stop you from getting pregnant as well.
If you are using your birth control as directed, there should be a very small chance of getting pregnant. I'm not sure if the length of time you've been on birth control matters, but if you are inconsistent when it comes to taking/using it, the likelihood of getting pregnant increases at least a little. It really depends on your form of birth control.
The risks are the same whether or not you've recently been on birth control.