If you find out from the doctor that you are pregnant would heshe keep you on birth control pills if you are already taking them or would heshe tell you to stop taking them?
Pill While Pregnant A doctor would tell you to stop taking them immediately if you want to protect the fetus. Birth control pills can be harmful or can have abortive properties for the fetus.
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If you no longer want or need birth control, you can just stop your pills after you finish your next pack. Some women will begin to have normal cycles right away, others will …not have periods for awhile, and others will be irregular -- especially those who had irregualr periods prior to going on the pill. You can stop taking it the the middle of the pill pack as well, but you may find that you have less unschedule bleeding if you finish the pack.
Would it stop you getting pregnant if you started taking the birth control pill the day after unprotected sex?
No. The proper pill to take the day after unprotected sex is the morning after pill.
Depends on the situation, so really coincidentally you would need to ask your doctor whether or not you need an OK.
possibly, but maybe not after a little while.
\nIf you gained any weight while on the pill, once you stop taking it you will most likely lose the same amount you gained, due to the hormones that are increased, when taking… the pill. However, this can depend on your diet, as well as the type of birth control you are taking.
If an illegal immigrant dies in the United States what happens to any property heshe might own - for example if heshe had written a will would the will control?
Yes, a will is a will regardless of wether the person was a legal or illegal immigrant. As long as it was executed according the the laws of the state it is being probated in …and the will is allowed by the court, their immigrant status should not matter.
It is very common for dr's to have you take birth control pills prior to IVF. This can help regulate any irregular cycles. It also lowers elevated LH levels which may interfer…e with the success of the ovulation induction or increase the risk of miscarriage. If you're wondering why in your specific case, ask your reproductive endocrinologist.
You are wanting to get pregnant but you are half way done by birth control pills If you stop taking the rest would it increase your chances of conceiving?
Well, the faster you get back to having regular periods the faster you can get pregnant. But apart from the time lost finishing the pack/chart there is no advantage/disadvanta…ge either way.
Yes, it is possible. Your hormones go through an adjustment when you stop and that can result in weight gain.
Should you see your doctor before you stop taking the birth control pills if you want to get pregnant?
Yes. There are several important tests which should be completed prior to falling pregnant, as well as your doctor may give you some advice about what to do/what not to do wh…en you are pregnant, such as avoiding alcohol and deli products. It is also a good idea to discuss the psychological aspects of pregnancy.
When I am regularly taking my pills and then stop taking it for two days, I generally start bleeding on the 3rd or 4th day.. Yes there's always a chance that you can get pregn…ant. If you use condoms along with you birth control, the risk goes down majorly. But I've missed days and haven't got pregnant on my pill for 5 years of taking it. Don't worry too much, but just be careful and make sure you take it every day.
These answers regarding Birth Control are wrong and misinformed. You CAN get pregnant while taking birth control pills as they are only 99% effective. There is also no medical… proof that continuing to take the pill while pregnant (unknowingly of course) will harm the foetus.
There is nothing called a "heshe" so either you mean a transgender person, and then if born a woman and have not removed the reproductive organs they can get pregnant, or you …mean someone born Hermaphrodite and have parts of both genitalia. Hermaphrodites are all different so some can get pregnant and others can not. It depends on how much they have of the female reproductive organs and genitalia.
I'm not sure what kind of phrase you're looking for, but it's an off-label ues of birth control pills, and is usually done for cycle control or hormonal manipulation.
Taking the birth control pills continuously without placebos lowers the risk of endometrial cancer and accidental pregnancy. It may reduce symptoms of endometriosis or lower t…he risk of follicular cysts. In some women, it decreases migraine or seizures. Lastly, it's sometimes used prior to fertility induction to lower elevated levels of LH.
No, you should always take your birth control pills as scheduled regardless of bleeding. Contact your health care provider if you have pain or unusual vaginal discharge along …with the unscheduled bleeding.