Will you be protected on birth control if you had un-protected sex on your period during the week of the pills your supposed to take to get your period on birth control?
As long as you have not missed any of the pills during the first three weeks in the pack, you are still protected during your period.
What are the chances of getting pregnant if you have been on the pill for 12 years and have unprotected sex during the placebo pill week?
If you have taken birth control for 3 weeks and stop for 1 week to have your period can you have unprotected sex during this time?
answer If you are on a pill such as OrthoTricyclen, you are given a week of 'dummy' pills which contain no hormones. This allows your body to have a period. If you have unprotected sex during this time you should be protected from pregnancy just as any other time of the month. HOWEVER you should NEVER have unprotected sex unless you are in a committed, monogamous relationship with someone whom you know definitely has a…
If Nuvaring makes you feel very sick can you remove it the next day if you have used the nuvaring during unprotected sex?
Answer 2: In order for the NuvaRing to be effective, you must use it the way it supposed to be used. You must NOT remove it the day after having unprotected sex. If it does not stay in for the entire three weeks after you put it in, it is NOT effective. Answer 1: Basically, yes. But you must visit a doctor to see why it makes you sick and what to use instead. Also…
My birth control is microgestrin 121. I have a week without taking the pill. can you get pregnant the last day of the my cycle during that week without the pill?
Birth control only protects you against a 98% chance of pregnancy. So there is still a chance you could conceive. However if you've been on birth control for one month and haven't had unprotected sex, then you will be protected against pregnancy. But if you miss any pills you're at risk of conceiving.
Hi, Your question is: Are you supposed to take your birth control during your period? When on birth control, depending upon which brand you are on you will either need to take sugar pills for 7 days or stop taking your pills for 7 days. Your prescriber should of explained this to you. Contact them to be certain.
When you switch birth control pills from the regular version to a generic how long do you have to wait before you can have unprotected sex?
When you switch brands of birth control to a generic, you are still getting the same hormones and the same dosage of hormones, the only difference is that the pills were made by different companies. If you have been on birth control for at least 2 months, it is still safe to have unprotected intercourse even though you are switching birth control. If you haven't been on birth control for at least 2 months you…
Can you be pregnant if your period is 2 weeks away unprotected no birth control even if he pulled out before he came more than once during sex?
Yes you can become pregnant, because your body has not yet adapted to the hormones in the birth control which protects you from pregnancy. You should take a pregnancy test if you have had unprotected intercourse during you first week of starting birth control. You should wait to have unprotected intercourse for at least 1-2 months,2 months being safer.
Can you take an extra birth control pill so you can be protected one more night before the placebo pills?
You can certainly take an extra birth control pill without causing any problems. However, your question suggests that you think you're not protected during the placebo pills. That is not true. If you have taken the previous pills in the pack correctly, you are still protected during the placebo week. Please contact your health care provider to get a better understanding of how the pill works and the level of protection you can expect from…
Is a second method of birth control such as condoms necessary while on my period or the white placebo pills if taking birth control?
It depends , reading below you will find your answer. How long have you been taking your birth control pills? If you have only been on birth control for less than 2 months, you may still be at risk of pregnancy while having unprotected intercourse during the week of the placebo pills. Do you properly take your birth control? If you properly take your birth control ;meaning that you take the pills every day at…
What are the chances of being pregnant while not taking your birth control pills and having pregnancy symptoms?
IF you were having unprotected sex during the time you was not taking your birth contol pills it could be a possibilty you may have got pregnant during that time. Do you now when you have you next period and also how long was you not taking your birth control pills all this will make a difference if your pregnant or not.
Yes. You have been unprotected during intercourse and the MAP is not 100% sure. Pulling out is not a birth control method. 25% get pregnant and you will be too within 2 years of that is what you use as protection. There is sperm in pre ejaculate too and that can get you pregnant. Get on birth control.
If you are taking birth control pills and had unprotected sex while on period during the placebo pills are you still protected?
A placebo pill is most of the time made of sugar it does nothing the way placebo pills work if they ever do is if they trick the mind. You need to take your pill every day for full effectiveness. When you start the pill you are suppose to take one pill every day as recommended everyday for a month before having unprotected sex. Since you where on your period you don't have the highest…
Well this essentially will not cause pregnancy but if you are ovulating during this time, which is not unheard of, can happen. So have unprotected intercourse during your period is not the safest bet on your part. * http://www.epigee.org/menstruation/sex.html * http://pregnancy.about.com/cs/sexuality/a/pregsex.htm
Should you talk to your doctor if you do not get a period at all during your first month of use of the pill?
If this is your first month on birth control and you have not missed any pills, then see your Doctor. If you have missed pills or took too many pills, then this is why your period hasn't arrived. A period not arriving during the first month of birth control is not uncommon and can be due to your body becomming used to the medication or pregnancy. If you had unprotected intercourse during the first month…
I took birth control pills for the first time and stopped taking them after a week.What can happen to me?
You should not stop taking your pills unless directed so by your physician. Since birth control will not protect you from pregnancy during the first week, you have a high chance of becoming pregnant if you have had unprotected intercourse during that week or after that week. You may also experience spotting or breakthrough bleeding. This is a side effect that may occur when you begin or end birth control.
Discharge is a way to tell you that you are ovulating now if you had unprotected sex during that time and have dried up, go get a pregnancy test. But, if you are only going by discharge alone for birth control, then you will need to have a back up birth control, like using the withdrawal method along with the discharge.
The main causes of a pregnancy in general is having unprotected sexual intercourse,,the only way you can get pregnant is if you have unprotected sex,but condoms arent 100% accurate even after using a condom during sex you could still get pregnant because the condom could have broke or something.Birth control is another way to go to but there also not 100% accurate,but if you do start taking birth control its a good thing to take…
If you start the birth control pill on schedule, no later than the day on which you would have started the next cycle of the birth control patch, you are protected during the switch. If you were late in starting the pill, you may not have protection until you've taken the pill correctly for seven days.
You can get pregnant at any time suring your cycle if you have unprotected sex. It is less likely to get pregnant DURING your menstrual period, but it is possible. If you are trying not to get pregnant, make sure you use a condom during your whole cycle. If you've had unprotected sex and you're worried you might get pregnant, go to a helth department or Planned Parenthood and ask for the Plan B pills…