Would you get pregnant if its your first time on birth control pills?
If you're on birth control pills for the first time, you don't have any more of a risk of getting pregnant than you normally would if you have been on them for a long period of time.
Can she get pregnant 3 days after her menstrual cycle with pre-ejaculate and she took birth control pills but didn't finish them?
Can I get Pregnant If I went on birth control for the first time? When I got the birth Control I had sex. Can I get pregnant? Read More
What do you mean by 'work'? When you are pregnant, you can't get pregnant again at the same time, therefore there is no need for birth control Read More
yes you can get pregnant you doctor should of told you but the first 4 weeks of being on birth control u should use a condom for intercourse Read More
You can always get pregnant while using birth control, but after the first week of taking the pill, if you're using it correctly, you have the full protection from the pill. Read More
Yes mot likely you have become pregnant because birth control is not effectively in your system until 1 month. Read More
It is possible to get pregnant when changing birth control pills. If you have not been on birth control for at least 2 months, you should use a back-up method, such as condoms, for the first week of starting your new birth control, to avoid putting yourself at risk of pregnancy. Read More
FIRST, if you are on depo, you shouldn't be trying to get pregnant, as it is a BIRTH CONTROL drug. Not only because its obvious if your taking it your avoiding pregnancy, but also if you get pregnant while on birth control, or after getting off birth control, it can lead to defects, miscarages, and other things that are a direct cause of being on birth controll. To be safe, you should get off birth… Read More
Make sure first since birth control pill can cause miscarriage. Read More
No! because youhave to have sex first. Read More
i was on that when i became pregnant with my first child, and she didn't have birth defects. birth control doesnt hurt the baby just as long as you stop taking it once you find out you are pregnant. Read More
Ive bean taken the pill for a year stopped taken them to get pregnant how long do you rekon it will take to get pregnant?
85% of couples using no birth control get pregnant in the first 12 months. The percentage is the same for couples who have used birth control pills, and couples who have not. Read More
In use of most birth control, it is entirely possible and probable to get pregnant when your use of the pill stops. In some, pregnancy occurs in the first month. Others take longer to conceive. Read More
Could you get pregnant if started using the patch the day of your first period but didnt put the patch on the second or third week can you get pregnant easily?
Yes, anytime you do not use birth control correctly you risk getting pregnant. Best solution if you miss your periord get a pregnancy test. If you are not pregnant use your birth control as directed to reduce the chance of pregnancy in the future. Keep in mind the only form of birth control that is 100% effective is not have sex you can get pregnant using birth control even if you use it correctly. Read More
Yes, if you ovulated and had sex during that time, you could be pregnant. Read More
Is it likely to become pregnant the day after your first active pill on your second pack of birth control?
yes, because it takes atleast at week for the birth control to become effective Read More
maybe u should see your doctor n sometimes ur birth control can give u pregnancy symthoms First things first, you shouldn't take birth control if your pregnant. Secondly it's not normal to have a period if you are pregnant, but it IS normal is spot during pregnancy. But just to be safe follow-up for a OB-GYN Read More
No. Selena was never Pregnant if she was it would of been in her autopsy report. she could not get Pregnant because she had a Norplant on her arm it's a form of birth control. She did have plans to remove it and have her first child with her husband Chris Perez. Read More
If you just started taking birth control your periods are going to be irregular for the first few months. But it is possible to still get pregnant on the pill. Read More
NO birth control. If you are pregnant you don't have to use birth control. Any pill could harm your baby. The pill is to PREVENT pregnancy and that door is all ready closed for you. Read More
If you stopped taking you birth control before the pack was done how long until you get a regular period?
I have been on birth control for 7yrs, and i stopped taking it the end of September. But when i stopped taking it i didn't finish the pack. I am trying to get pregnant. I am concerned that i cant get pregnant and that i should have finished the pack first. I am concerned that i might not be able to get pregnant because i took birth control for 7yrs. Read More
Can you get pregnant if the condom rips while you are menstruating on the first day of you period while using birth control?
If you are taking BCP as directed no you will not become pregnant. Read More
Yes. A woman can become pregnant after her first time. It is an old myth that a woman can not become pregnant after the first time. Unless birth control was used properly, there is always a chance that she is pregnant. Read More
The only way to tell if you are pregnant is first have you had a period in the last two months. Are you on birth control, if you are on any form of birth control you are not pregnant and if you have just come off of birth control you are not pregnant. If you haven't had a period and aren't on birth control start with a home pregnancy test if it comes back negative… Read More
On average, it takes six months to get pregnant, whether or not a woman has been on the birth control pill. Some couples will get pregnant the first month after stopping the pill, and others will take a year, but six months is the average. Read More
Well, when I went to get my birth control I had to take a pregnancy test first & I asked why & they said if I was already pregnant & they put me on birth control it could kill my baby. So im assuming yes. Read More
Tell your mom first and go to Planned Parenthood and get the test done or have the test done first. They will tell you what options you have or help you get birth control if you are not pregnant. Read More
How do you differentiate between starting a new type of birth control from depo to pill and actually being pregnant?
The best thing to do would be to use a condom for 4 weeks when you first start birth control and to speak to your Doctor about having a pregnancy blood test performed to deterime if you've conceived. Read More
A woman can take birth control pills before she has been pregnant once. Sometimes a woman may use birth control pills before a first period, although that is exceedingly rare. Read More
No, you don't have to start your period to get pregnant. Menstruation only occurs if you ovulate and don't fall pregnant - ovulation occurs before menstruation - so it would be possible to ovulate and get pregnant before ever having your first period. Always use birth control to prevent unintended pregnancy. Read More
the siple answer is yes. nothing is 100% except abstinance. Being on birth control just reduces your chances of getting pregnant dramatically making it 99% effective. I just say this because I got pregnante with my first while I was on birth control. Read More
You can get pregnant two weeks before your first period after having the contraceptive implant removed. Use another method of birth control if you don't want to get pregnant. Read More
a woman can get pregnant with a baby the FIRST time she EVER has SEX even if she has NO PERIODS! and you are at risk of getting pregnant always. use birth control Read More
Breastfeeding is a natural birth control but it does not work for all women. If it does work then you are usually protected for the first 3 months. I have known women that this works for an also others that have gotten pregnant again the first time they had sex after the baby was born. Read More
It could be because your body is not used to it yet, or u could be pregnant. Read More
You recently had unprotected sex and have been on birth control for over a year What is the possibility of being pregnant if the unprotected sex occurred five days after the first day of your period?
its around an 85% chance that you could be pregnant becasue birth control is only 81-99% effective. so check anyways. Read More
The odds are lower, but that's all. Out of couples who use "safe periods" as a means of birth control a full 19% gets pregnant within the first year. Read More
If your partner ejaculated in you and you have only been on birth control for a week could you be pregnant?
Usually, when you take birth control pills, you should refrain from sex for the first seven days or use alternative contraception. However, you should keep in mind that the only known form of birth control that is 100% effective is abstinence. Read More
Could you be pregnant if you missed the first birth control pill after your period but doubled up the next day and then had unprotected sex 3 days after?
no... Read More
sure it is ! When I was pregnant I have the same headaces and i told my doctor and he told me it is normal! Read More
Is it a good idea to start using birth control when you have been off of it for a month and a half and you and your husband are going to try to have a baby in 3-4 months?
Well this is a first for me. Uh if you want to get pregnant you don't take birth control. Read More
I am definetly pregnant but I haven't had a period due to birth-control How can I tell how far I am?
First of all, you shouldn't be taking birth control while you are pregnant. Stop immediately if you still are taking the pill. You can tell how far along you are by A) your first ultrasound or B) the first day of your last period (before pregnancy) is considered week one (even though you are not technically pregnant at this point) so by the time you actually conceive, you should be about two weeks along. Read More
Most women will have their period within a week or two of stopping birth control pills, and may be fertile from the first day they stop taking it. If you have stopped taking birth control and have not had your regular period as expected, you need a pregnancy test to be sure whether you are pregnant or not. Read More
Usually not. I have heard a doctor who is well versed in birth control and their effectiveness say it is virtually impossible to get pregnant the first day of your period. Read More
i first got my birth control at tapestry health clinic. the reason i got it was because i had unprotected sex and wasnt sure if i was pregnant. first i got Plan B, or the morning after pill. shortly i went back and asked to get on birth control. they ask you questions about what kind of birth control you want, the pill, the ring, or patches...etc. they also ask why you and it and… Read More
No. Many women do that because they don't know they are pregnant yet and some even take birth control pills and everything works out fine. Read More
I tnk i might be pregnant. I had intercourse on Dec 4th which was the last day of my period. Im on birth control but around Thanksgiving i missed a day and took it the next morning. I?
If I read this right you aren't pregnant. Missing one day birth control won't do it. You would have to miss more than one. If you want to figure out when you ovulate keep a calendar. With a 28 day cycle you will ovulate right around day 14 and will be able to get pregnant to about day 20. Since you are on birth control you don't have to worry. For years I took birth… Read More
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. Read More
ablation? or abortion? you can get pregnant, but if you had an abortion its best to either go on birth control or not have sex until you are ready to have a child thus the reason for (im guessing)the first.. Read More
If you don't have your period yet, you cannot get pregnant. I suggest not taking birth control until you have had it for a few years. If you haven't had it yet you are way too young to take it and it could damage your body's growth. Read More
A cat that is pregnant usually would come right to your outside door and scratch or meow and try to get in when she feels she is ready. But if she was to birth outside, she would probably give birth underneath a porch, in a bush, any place where no one would disturb her. But most likely she would try to get inside your house first Read More