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2008-03-21 21:54:35
2008-03-21 21:54:35

Yes you should stop taking the pill. Perform a pregnancy test prior to stopping the pill.

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If you're pregnant, then your periods will stop. Also, if you are pregnant, you SHOULD NOT be taking the pill.


Yes you can definitely become pregnant while taking the pill. I am proof of that and I never missed a dose. :) If you are pregnant you must stop taking the pill.


You should NOT be taking the pill while pregnant! STOP immediately. Next time you have an appointment with your obstetrician, let him/her know that you were taking the pill. There is absolutely no reason to continue taking the pill while you are pregnant, you cannot get pregnant again.


Yes, but if you have been taking the pill like prescribed, you probably aren't pregnant. make sure you are pregnant before stopping the pill otherwise you will be pregnant pdq


If you're pregnant, you should stop taking the birth control pill, as it is of no use.


yes you have to keep taking the pill that's the only way your protected. if you stop taking the pill you can get pregnant.


From what I understand, most pills are made so that if you become pregnant while taking it, there is little to no harm to the developing baby. However, if you suspect that you are pregnant, you should see a physician for a blood test and if you are pregnant, stop taking the pill.



If you had sex Yes. After you stop taking the pill then you might get pregnant


If you stop the birth control pill after taking only four, you could get pregnant. You might have spotting. There are not other risks or issues.


Yes, you can get pregnant and be on the pill. The pill is not 100% effective and therefore it is possible. You cannot "stop" a pregnancy. Your only option would be an abortion or to carry full term. Either way if you are pregnant you should stop taking your birth control right away.


Taking or not taking a pill before, after or during your menstrual period does not make you pregnant. Sexual intercourse does that.


Yes! Sperm can live inside of you for up to 7 days. If you ovulate due to the drop in your horomones caused by not taking the pill, you can get pregnant.


Yes, you definetely can. as a matter of fact, there is about a one percent chance you will get pregnant while on the pill, or if you do not take it properly.



Yes. Being on the pill stops you from ovulating. If you stop taking the pill, you're body will begin ovulating again, sometimes immediately.


Well each day that you do not take your pill, your chances of becoming pregnant increases greatly. You can get pregnant almost immediately.


Typically as long as you stop taking it when you find out you are pregnant, it should not cause any harm to the baby. Good luck.


I had been on the pill for 4 years and got pregnant 3 months after not taking the pill. We weren't trying. but I also had a misscariage at 5 weeks. Allthough I can't contribute that to anything.


Take a pregnancy test, which will certainly be positive if you're three weeks pregnant.


Yes its safe. I don't know what kind of "safe" you're talking about if its about getting pregnant then no if you stop taking them you will most likely get pregnant.


It is very unlikely you will conceive while taking a birth control pill. If you wish to become pregnant, you should stop taking the birth control and wait for one or two of your cycles to arrive with regularity.


You can stop the pill anytime you like. Use a different method if you still don't want to get pregnant.


You should continue taking the birth control pill daily as scheduled regardless of bleeding.


I'm not an expert, but in my opinion if you have any reason at all to believe that you're pregnant then I would recommend that you stop taking the pills just in case you are pregnant, and stop having sex until you know for sure if you're pregnant or not. *** The Pill is not a 100% guarantee that you can not get pregnant. If you think you are pregnant I would stop taking the pill and see your doctor. While you are not taking the pill you should use a condom during any sexual intercourse you have - there is no need to stop having sex. If it is determined you are not pregnant you may start your pill again but continue to use condoms for at least two weeks. Only on rare occasions have pregnant women actually had their period during pregnancy.



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