You stopped your birth control pills a week after having sexcan you become pregnant a week after stopping your pills but had sex aweek before?
Yes you can become pregnant a week after you have stopped taking birth control pills.
If you have been using birth control for about 2 years and you stopped taking the pill 2 weeks ago after your last period came and had unprotected sex once since then.what are the chances of pregnancy?
The reactions of comming off birth control pills and getting pregnant can be very different for people. For example, my sister was off the pill for literally 2 weeks when she became pregnant, but it took me 9 months after stopping birth control to become pregnant. Everyone is different, but to answer your question yes you could become pregnant. It is advised to wait 1-3 month after stopping birth control to start trying to conceive… Read More
Whether you are asking if it is possible or alright to become pregnant then the answer is YES, depending on when in your cycle you stopped you could quite possibly become pregnant. The mini pill doesn't have enough hormones for any residual effect, hence the need to take it at the same time every day.
I have been off the depo provera shot for 13 months and my periods are regular can you get pregnant now?
Yes you will have great chances of becoming pregnant now. It usually takes 3-7 days after stopping birth control to be able to become pregnant.
If you are pre-menopausal (menstruation/your period has not stopped), then it is possible to become pregnant.
You don't need to wait, just aslong as your not still smoking while trying to get pregnant or when you become pregnant.
Is it ok for you to have only been on birth control for one month and get your period but then decide not to take it anymore?
Yes it is OK to stop the pill any time that you want. By stopping the pill you will be able to become pregnant.
It can take up to three months for your period to return after stopping hormonal birth control such as depo provera or the pill. Any longer than this and you should talk to your doctor. Even if you do not have your period, you can still become pregnant so should take precautions if you are not trying to conceive.
No, birth control is intended to prevent pregnancy. You can become pregnant while on birth control, as no method is 100% effective, but it isn't the birth control that makes you pregnant.
Well some doctor's say it may take up to a year after you stop taking a contraceptive in reality it is likely that you may become pregnant after two normal periods, Ex: the normal day, length, time it starts, ect.
You stopped talking your birth control 5 days before you were supposed to will that mess your period up?
Yes it can. Because when you take birth control, it is all about regulating your hormones and menstrual cycle. This cycle from birth control protects you from pregnancy. Whether you missed two days, or even if you do not take your birth control everyday at the same time, your period can become irregular, and even worse you are increasing your chance of becoming pregnant. If you have had unprotected intercourse within a near time frame… Read More
No it will not. If you become pregnant, you will most likey not get a period, even if you are on birth control.
Depending on when you stopped using birth control can change the effectiveness of the withdrawal method. Missing one or two pills in your pill pack can cause you to become pregnant even if you use the withdrawal method. The withdrawal method is not very effective even without the use of birth control pills because the man does not have to ejaculate for a woman to get pregnant since there can be sperm in pre-ejaculate fluid… Read More
My period stopped after my 4th month of pregnancy
If you are on the pill for a long time and then get off the pill and then have unsafe sex when you are ovulating can you still come out pregnant?
If you are off the pill then yes you can become pregnant. Generally it takes awhile for the pill to leave your system but it is not unheard of to become pregnant right after stopping the pill.
Yes. If you are ovulating you are more likely to become pregnant. Many women have become pregnant from pre-cum. If you don't want to become pregnant I would recommend condoms and/or a form of birth control.
It's possible, but unlikely, to get pregnant on Depo Provera. After stopping Depo Provera, you can get pregnant before your next period starts.
Yes. The pull out method is not recognized as an effective form of birth control. It has a 27% failure rate and a woman can become pregnant from pre-cum.If you do not wish to become pregnant I highly recommend using a condom and/or an effective form of birth control.
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.
If you miss one dose of your birth control you become more fertile.So the answer to your question is yes if you miss a pill and have intercourse you are more likely to become pregnant.
Yes, you can get pregnant if you do not take it every day.
The active birth control pills are the ones that prevent pregnancy. If you don't take those pills, you could get pregnant.
No you discontinue taking birth control pills when you become pregnant. Birth control is a method used to prevent pregnancy. You are already pregnant so birth control has no use. Also, it may possibly cause bad side effects to continue taking birth control pills while you are pregnant.
Is it possible to become pregnant if a condom isn't used but birth control is and the male doesn't ejaculate?
Whatever protection you use there is always a possibility that you may become pregnant.
With or without protection you can still become pregnant.
YES...you can get pregnant even if you take your birth control as directed, remember, the only thing that can prevent you from being pregnant at all costs is abstinence.
My Girlfriend was on the pill for about 2 years and stopped taking the pill last month she has not had her period yet Can she go back on the pill before getting it to try and get her period back?
Chances are she is likely pregnant. Alot of times when you go off birth control you can become pregnant, she should take a pregnancy test.
No. It is virtually impossible for you to become pregnant under these circumstances UNLESS one: the condom rips and there is pre cum in it (there is a slight chance that you could become pregnant from it) or two: the aforementioned situation happens and you have not been taking your birth control correctly.
If you are taking birth control and become pregnant and don't know that you are will it harm the fetus?
taking birth control if you may be or are pregnant can and will harm the baby. A friend of mine was pregnant and took a pack of birth control pills to terminate the pregnancy, and it worked. so the answer is yes.
you become pregnant.
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
11 days after staring your period 7 days after stopping there was intercourse The condom didn't break but semen was everywhere Could you become pregnant?
You were doing it during the time that you were most likely to become pregnant however if a condom was used and no sperm was released directly into the vagina, the chance of becoming pregnant are very small.
Birth control refers to all kinds of contraception. *Diaphragms: 14 out of every 100 women will become pregnant *Cervical caps: 16 out of every 100 women will become pregnant *Leah's shield: 15 out of every 100 women will become pregnant *The Combination Pill: 8 out of every 100 women will become pregnant *Male condoms: 15 out of every 100 women will become pregnant *Female condoms: 21 out of every 100 women will become pregnant *Contraceptive… Read More
Yes mot likely you have become pregnant because birth control is not effectively in your system until 1 month.
If you are not ovulating, that means that there is no egg being released. You cannot become pregnany unless you ovulate.
Can you get pregnant if you are not on birth control and he pulls out and i am not on my ovulation day?
There is ALWAYS a chance that you can become pregnant after engaging in intercourse ... NO matter what preventive measures you take ...
Yes. If you do not wish to become pregnant you should always use a condom and/or a reliable method of birth control.
No because it stops all the hormones to become pregnant
If you're using birth control correctly, chances are you won't become pregnant even if the condom broke. If sperm gets into the vagina there ALWAYS is some risk of getting pregnant. Birth control pills are only 98% effective.
The bleeding is the withdrawal bleed and is normal. This occurs when you stop taking birth control for over a few days. You can become pregnant.
It is possible to become pregnant immediately after removal of an IUD. Even with mirena coils which contain small amounts of progesterone, the contraceptive won't work as soon as the IUD is removed. Once your IUD is removed you can become pregnant immediately, it has no residual contraceptive effect. 85% of couples will get pregnant within the year, just as the rate if no IUD had been used.
Can you get pregnant from dry-sex if you had underwear and your boyfriend had basketball shorts on even though you are on birth control?
the chance of you becoming pregnant from that are slim to none, mainly because you are on birth control, and the only way to become pregnant is if the semen enters the uterus, if there was so semen on your underwear you are not pregnant!
The only way to start becoming pregnant is if you stop taking birth control.Birth control may regulate your period, but it will also prevent you from becoming pregnant. If you are trying to become pregnant, you should go to your physician for guidance on how to do so.
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.
Yes when you stop using birth control pills you will be able to become pregnant if you do not use any protection. The active hormones in birth control are out of your system 2-3 days after with-drawling from the pill.
It is possible for a girl to become pregnant from pre-cum or small amounts of semen that escape from the penis before ejaculation. You should always use a condom or a form of birth control if you do not wish to become pregnant.
Yes, when you stop taking hormonal birth control it will impact on menstruation. Hormonal birth control suppresses your menstrual cycles so that you don't ovulate, and thus you also don't menstruate (the bleeding you get on the pill is a withdrawal bleed, not menstruation). Coming off the pill your body has to regulate hormones and your menstrual cycles, thus your periods will be irregular for some time until your body gets back on track.
yes. nothing is ever guaranteed
Yes, unless you are trying to become pregnant.
If you had a miscarriage on March 18 and your period stopped on March 24 and you have been having unprotected sex since then what are your chances of getting pregnant?
Little to none. This time of the month is the safest time to have sex if you do not wish to become pregnant. If your goal is to become pregnant, give your body some time to recover from the miscarriage first.
If you stop using condoms, and are not on any other form of birth control, your chances of becoming pregnant drastically increase. there is no guarantee that you will become pregnant as one or both partners may be infertile, and even fertile couples may take several months to become pregnant if trying. But yes, you should become pregnant if you stop to use condoms.