Hormonal birth control is meant to prevent ovulation. You do not
normally ovulate if you're on birth control.
Yes, you can ovulate and get pregnant if you miss birth control pills
Yes, if you stop birth control, you may ovulate.
Hormonal birth control is meant to prevent ovulation. If it's working properly, you won't ovulate on birth control.
Normally a woman does not ovulate while taking the birth control pill. This is the birth control pill's primary method of action.
If you're on birth control, you don't ovulate. That is the purpose of birth control. If you're on one of the few antibiotics that may affect how well birth control works, you may ovulate, but the date will be unpredictable.
If you are taking a birth control pill you do not ovulate.
Some people ovulate almost straight away, but others don't ovulate until about 6 months later. It depends on your general health and how long you have been on birth control for
Yes, you can't get pregnant unless you ovulate. If you ovulate in spite of taking the birth control pill, you could get pregnant.
no. birth control stimulates your hormones so you do not ovulate while having sex.
Birth control pill will prevent you from ovulating.
The birth control patch is meant to prevent ovulation. That's how it works to prevent pregnancy.
The birth control patch is meant to prevent ovulation. That is how it works to reduce the risk of pregnancy.
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.
You can't predict the time of ovulation if you're on hormonal birth control. If you want to get pregnant, stop taking birth control.
You don't normally ovulate on the birth control pill, although you may if you miss pills.