Birth Control works by preventing pregnancy. If you are already pregnant, birth control is of no use.
Birth control is meant to prevent pregnancy.
Birth control pills have no effect on pregnancy tests.
Birth control helps you avoid pregnancy, not achieve pregnancy.
No. Birth control prevents pregnancy. it does not make pregnancy easier.
No. Birth control is intended to prevent pregnancy only. Birth control does not stop an existing pregnancy. It is not safe to take birth control while you are pregnant.
My OB/GYN recommended that I take my birth control for at least a month before having unprotected sex.
Yes, birth control is meant to reduce the risk of pregnancy. If you want to get pregnant, you wouldn't use birth control.
The birth control pill decreases the risk of pregnancy. That is what it is intended to do.
No. Birth control will prevent pregnancy.
You can take a pregnancy test any time you like. Birth control does not affect the accuracy of a pregnancy test.
Hormonal birth control, like the ring, shot, pill, and patch, can not harm or end a pregnancy.