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You stopped taking your birth control and spottedcould you b pregnant?


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2010-06-21 21:45:57
2010-06-21 21:45:57

Yes, unprotected sex can get you pregnant.

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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.

If you did not have sex, their is no possible way for you to be pregnant. If you had sex, and then stopped taking the birth control pills then you may be in trouble. If what I understand is true, you are definetely not pregnant if you haven't had sex. Maybe get tested to be sure?

Yes, fertility returns quickly after stopping birth control pills. If you stopped taking them after just three weeks and continued having sex you can get pregnant.

It may take awhile for the hormones of the birth control to wear off after you stop taking it. Once the effects wear off then you should be able to get pregnant as you would normally.

No, you are not pregnant it is your body getting used to your birth control getting out of your system, but you can find out for sure about pregnancy by taking a test to be sure, but more than likely you are not pregnant.

It wouldn't be your stomach swelling, but your uterus. You could be pregnant if you've stopped taking birth control pills and you've had unprotected sex.

If you've had unprotected sex then it is possible. I would recommend taking a home pregnancy test and/or seeing your Dr.

If you have unprotected sex, there is always a chance of pregnancy. For a lot of women, they are the most fertile right after they stop taking birth control. If you had intercourse around the time of ovulation, your chances will be higher of getting pregnant.

Yes. If you stop taking your birth control you are at higher risk of becoming pregnant than before you started taking it. Especially at a younger age. I was on birth control and quit taking it for a week and now I am four months pregnant.

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.

I was on birth control pills for 12 years and just stopped taking them mid July. I had a regular period in August and then was already pregnant the first week of September. I am 32, my husband is 37 so I think it's definitely possible, but it depends on the woman.

YES! After being on the pill for a year, I finally stopped taking it. About a month and a half later I had horrible menstrual-like cramping and thought I was getting my period. Well, it never came and I later found out that I had gotten pregnant after getting off the pill but before my period returned.

Taking the birth control pill lowers the risk of pregnancy. Not taking the birth control pill does not lower the risk of pregnancy. You are more likely to get pregnant when you are not taking the birth control pill.

No, you should not be pregnant when taking birth control. Birth control is meant to lower the risk of pregnancy.

Hi Yes there is a chance you could be pregnant. Perform a pregnancy test 3 weeks after you last had intercourse.

Yes. You can get pregnant WHILE you are on birth control.

The traditional birth control pill does not pose any risk to a developing fetus even while you are on it (that is, the pill is not 100% reliable, and if by some small chance you get pregnant while you are on it, then the baby will not be harmed by the fact that you are taking the pill), so all the more so a month after you've stopped taking it, it's fine to try to get pregnant.

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