Started yasmin the birth control pill over a week ago and suffering light bleeding after intercourse is this because of the pill or because of the intercourse?
Intercourse doesn't cause bleeding unless you have an alteration in your vagina's inner tissue, that only a gyno can tell you, after an appropriate examination. Other cause may include lack of natural (from your partner) or artificial lubrication. About Yasmin, you can either talk to your gyno or to your pharmacist of confidence and try to take another brand which presents a different formulation. Have you already taken the Papanicolau test? Do you feel any pain on your abdomen?
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Is it possible to get pregnant while on birth control if you have intercourse after your last active pill?
Answer . \nYes, the only way to be 100% sure fertilisation doesnt occur is not have sex. Contraception only greatly reduces the risk.
Could you be pregnant if you started taking the pill 1 and a half weeks ago but missed three pills and then stopped them because you wanted to get pregnant and youve had unusual bleeding?
Hello.\n. \n. \nYou will experience unusual bleeding when you miss pills. This is normal because the hormones are decreasing and causing a period. But yes you could also be …pregnant.
Im getting a sharp pain during intercourse and i resently stoped my birth control pills im i having this pain because i stopped the pills?
probably not, it could be a number of things. if it is a new partner it could a result of roughness during intercourse, it could be a result of you not being wet enough during… intercourse. depending where the pain is it could be a cyst on the cervix or higher up. it could also be a yeast infection or a bladder infection. without more details that is the best i can give you. if it persists i would contact a physician
Could I be pregnant if I missed a birth control pill the day before intercourse the condom broke during intercourse but I took 4 birth control pills right after intercourse?
yes..theres a strong possibility u have to take it before intercourse
What if I started birth control for one week but stopped because I missed a couple pills could I have gotten pregnant?
\nYes, you are supposed to take your birth control for at least a month before having unprotected sex. If you miss even a day or two you should probably use a condom.
Can you get pregnant if you have unprotected intercourse six days after starting birth control pills?
\nyes you can.. you should wait one full month of birht control pill cylce.
You stopped taking birth control pill because you thought you were pregnant but then you started bleeding could you still be pregnant?
In your circumstances it is probably best for you to go and discuss the situation with a qualified medical practitioner (a doctor) as soon as possible.
yes ou can still get pregnant, birth control is not 100%, no matter how many you take.
Yes. I just bought it at the local pharmacy here in Nanjing. Of course, make sure that you buy it from a reputable pharmacist.
You just started taking birth control pills over a week ago on the first day of your period and you still have your period is that normal?
It all depends on the piull, but if you are taking it to slw or stop your period then yes it is normal you just have to wait about a month or so till it starts to kick in.
The birth control pill works by taking it daily as directed. If you take it this way, it doesn't matter if you have sex before, during, or after swallowing the pill.
You can start taking BCP whenever you like, but it is recommended that you start either the day you get your period or the Sunday after (the day) you start your period. I…n order for the Pill to be effective immediately, it must be taken the first day of your period. If started any other day of your cycle, you will need to use back-up, like a condom - until you have taken 7 pills in 7 days , to be protected from pregnancy. If you are using the 21 days of active pills, followed by 7 days of inactive pills (sugar pills) - you will always start the next packet one week after the last active pill - if you have a period or not. Or, if you are planning on skipping your period, you will start the new packet - the day after pill 21, throwing out the inactive pills. FYI - Some women have days of spotting if they start taking the Pill in the second or third week of their cycle.
YES! You need to get the Morning After Pill, which may be taken up to three days after intercourse. Birth control pills are meant to be taken BEFORE having protected sex, in f…act, you need to take them regularly. If you do not take them regularly, then they also won't be effective. Read this webpage at LINK for more details
No! It works before the sex, not after. It's also too late for the Morning after pill so now you just have to take a pregnancy test. Have your doctor explain how birth control… works.
Typically sperm can stay inside yourvaginal canal and uterus for up to 7 days. There is a possibilty of becoming pregnant. There are factors to consider: how potent your birth… control is ( such as how long it stays in your system. Also birth control is not 100% effective on it's own so there is also a possibility of becoming pregnant with out the use of other protection. Check with your doctor to be absolutely sure.
sure, that is a whole point of birth control
You can have sex the same day if you wish, but you still need to use protection because it takes one cycle before they will fully protect you. Make sure you take them everyday…. If you miss several days or a week the protection they provide will be ineffective. Taking them the same time each day will ensure you don't forget.