Skipping your period by taking extra birth control pills or fewer placebo (sugar) pills lowers, not raises, your risk of pregnancy.
unfortunately yes there is a risk that you could be ovulating at that time and get pregnant.
You probably just have stomach bug
Are you sure you are not pregnant? Maybe it has something to do with your birth control or other hormones you take.
Yes. All you have to do is skip one pill or take it too late that day.
Cramping isn't a sign of pregnancy, but it may be a sign of infection. If you're having pain, see your health care provider for an exam. If you think you may be pregnant, take a home pregnancy test.
Could be you are spotting. Especially if on birth control and missed a couple of days.
As long as you are taking your birth control pills it is very unlikely that you would get pregnant, wether you skip your period or not. Als always if you are unsure, speak to your doctor or nurse.
Hi Birth control can cause cramping.
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.
By not taking it properly (skipping days, being inconsistent with the time of day you take it, not taking it for a full cycle).
No, you most likely have a bacterial infection. Go to your gynecologist and get looked at.
As your body gets ready to ovulate again, you may notice menstrual-like cramping. Severe cramps are not normal after stopping the birth control pill. If your cramps are severe, or are accompanied by painful urination, painful sex, or abnormal vaginal discharge, see your health care provider for an exam.
Hi, If you rescheduled your menstrual cycle by taking active birth control pills and you didn't miss any, then there is no chance of pregnancy. The bleeding you're experiencing is most likely caused by skipping your period and its your bodys way of making it up. This does happen when you purposely alter your cycle.
If you've had unprotected sex or have had a birth control failure there is always a possibility of pregnancy. If you feel that you may be pregnant you should take a home pregnancy test and/or see a Dr.
Birth control is the only healthy way of skipping a period. Continous skipping of periods through birth control is not adviseable.
No its normal and regular in any woman to have white discharge. Usually happens most after having sex alot and then going without any for awhile birth control also plays a part in too much discharge
birth control should reduce the amounts of cramps that you have
Hard to say. The best week to get pregnant is when you are ovulating. But, birth control pills prevent ovulation. So, some women get pregnant after skipping just a few because skipping the pills triggers ovulation for them and others take weeks or months off the pill before their body full adjusts and is ready to be pregnant. If you know you will want to be pregnant soon, but not just yet you should switch to non-hormonal birth control as soon as possible. I would talk to your doctor about any pregnancy plans you have. He can give you the best advice for you and your future baby. Good luck, D
The only risk of skipping your period using the birth control pill is unscheduled bleeding. Skipping does not have any medical risks, and it does not increase the risk of pregnancy.
Yes. Skipping is very good for your balance, your leg muscles, and your arms. Also, it can be even better for you if you control your breathing.
You should start birth control on the first day of your period, otherwise your period will arrive on a new day & this will slightly change your cycle. If you DID start taking birth control pill during your period then this is why you're cramping and yes, birth control can cause abdominal cramping.