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Answered 2008-12-17 18:17:03

If you are taking a Birth Control pill you do not ovulate.

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Normally a woman does not ovulate while taking the birth control pill. This is the birth control pill's primary method of action.


Ideally, you do not ovulate while taking the pill. If you are actually ovulating while on a birth control pill (it can happen), then yes, you could become pregnant.


You will still ovulate just once a month but depending on the pill and the dose, your ovaries may be hyper-stimulated into maturing multiple eggs at one time.


No. if you were you could get pregnant.No, normally birth control stops ovulation. It is possible to have breakthrough ovulation; that's how birth control pill failures occur.


Birth control pill will prevent you from ovulating.


You do not ovulate while on the pill, however starting it late and stopping mid-cycle there is no way of predicitng when you will ovulate or if you will become pregnant.


Taking oral contraceptives helps keep you regular so your periods are on time every month. I can't say it helps you ovulate because you don't ovulate while on the pill. If you miss a pill during the time you would have normally ovulated without the pill, take it as soon as you remember and use another form of birth cotrol as a backup.


They say it can, because some women who are planning In Vitro will be told to be on the Pill for a short while so they can expect when to ovulate after coming off of it, I have heard.


You can still ovulate to get pregnant. This is possible because you only took the first 6 pills of your pill pack. Once you have stopped taking your pills, you can still ovulate similar to the situation if you missed a pill or two by accident. You can still get pregnant these ways.


If you've been on the pill for two years, you can pretty much have sex whenever you want. You see, while on the pill, you don't actually ovulate. After your period, even if you didn't start taking your pills again, you'd have at least a week before you ovulate(as most women ovulate 2 weeks after period ends). So, if you're taking the pill, you're covered all the way through!


If you don't ovulate, you can't get pregnant.


You don't normally ovulate on the birth control pill, although you may if you miss pills.


Sex cannot mess-up your period, stress can but only if you have a menstrual cycle, while on the pill you do not have a menstrual cycle. The whole purpose of the pill it to stop your menstrual cycle so that you don't ovulate, as you don't ovulate you don't menstruate, bleeding you experience on the pill is a withdrawal bleed caused by the drop in hormones when going from your active to inactive pills. Irregular bleeding is normal for the first three months on the pill while your body adjusts, but over that three months if you experience irregular bleeding you should talk to your doctor.


Yes, you can still ovulate while having an IUD in place.


For women stopping the pill at the end of a pack, ovulation usually returns two to four weeks after stopping the pill. If your periods were irregular before you started the pill, they will likely return to their irregular pattern. If you stopped the pill in the middle of the pack, you could ovulate much sooner. That's because the pill-free or placebo week, in some women, can be long enough for the ovulation process to start. If you're one of those women, and then you stop the pill a few days into the cycle, you could ovulate very soon -- even before you get your first post-pill period or withdrawal bleeding.


It is possible to ovulate while breast feeding. It is not a perfect method of birth control. If you are nursing and are sexually active, a barrier method such as male or female condoms is the best if you are not looking to become pregnant right away. There is also a certain birth control pill that is safely used while nursing. Speak to your OB/GYN for details.


No, Lutera is a birth control pill meant to prevent ovulation.


yes, as i know you can get pregnant if you just miss one pill so i presume its the same as you dont know when u might ovulate - u could ovulate like the same day i reckon


The next ovulation after stopping the birth control pill usually happens in 2-4 weeks.


You might well ovulate two weeks after the commencement of the withdrawal bleed. When I cam off the pill (23 years ago I admit but they had more hormones then too) I took my temperature for the first month and ovulated exactly on time.


No it is not normal to ovulate while you are on birth control pills. The entire idea behind taking the pill is to prevent the body from producing or releasing an egg. If you are taking combination pills, the progesterone in the pill causes your body to "think" it is pregnant, thus preventing ovulation.


No, you can't ovulate while you're menstruating. Typically ovulation occurs 14 days prior to menstruation, if your cycles are especially short you may ovulate right after menstruation.


No. That is the whole purpose of the birth control pill. Ovulation is needed.


Yes, you can get fibroids while on the pill.


it is possible to get pregnant while on your period, it depends when you ovulate, i just read that some women ovulate during their period most women ovulate 14 days before their period is due