Yes you can become pregnant a week after you have stopped takingpills.
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 just to make sure all the hormones are out of your system.
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.
If you are pre-menopausal (menstruation/your period has not stopped), then it is possible to become pregnant.
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.
You don't need to wait, just aslong as your not still smoking while trying to get pregnant or when you become pregnant.
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.
Yes it is OK to stop the pill any time that you want. By stopping the pill you will be able to become pregnant.
No it will not. If you become pregnant, you will most likey not get a period, even if you are on birth control.
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.
Yes, Birth control measures will assist in preventing pregnancy but they will not stop you getting pregnant. There will always be a possibility you may become 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.
My period stopped after my 4th month of pregnancy
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.
You can become pregnant for 2-3 days either side of ovulation. http://www.fwhc.org/birth-control/fam.htm
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.
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. 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.
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 of when you stopped taking your birth control, you may have become pregnant, because you did not properly take your pills. This also means indeed it will mess your period up because you may not get one if you have become pregnant. In this situation, you should think about pregnancy more, if you have had unprotected intercourse, because you may have not been completely protected.
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.
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. The withdrawal method usually results in pregnancy 8 times out of every 10 women or 80%. Therefore, this method is not very effective.
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.
No form of birth control is 100% effective. If you don't want to become pregnant, don't have sex.