I started taking birth control because I was having bleeding in Between periods . I took them for about to and a half weeks. The middle of the third week which was monday I took my pill at 8pm . Then tuesday didnt take it anymore . And I havnt took any anymore . Well tuesday at almost midnight me and my bf had sex and he finished in me . Then again at 1am so Wednesday morning he finished in me again . And I didnt take any pills anymore .according to when I got my, last period ... iI should have been fertile from that same tuesday till sunday . Should I worry about becoming pregnant or should I be okay ??
It's hard to say whether you'll get pregnant or not. There is certainly a possibility because you stopped taking your birth control pills and he ejaculated inside you.
As a precaution I would suggest that you get the emergency contraceptive pill.
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Your fertile period is figured by your next period. Ovulation is supposed to be 14 days before your next period.
Technically you weren't protected. If you're not taking the pill you're going to have to be careful. And where he finishes doesn't protect you. You can get pregnant before he ejaculates.
There is no time in the month where a woman who is not using birth control, is 100% infertile. If you do not use birth control, you will probably end up pregnant. That's why it exsist. Also, each birth control pill has a half life of about 24 hours, so after its out of your system, you begin to regain fertility. It is absolutely possible you could be pregnant. You should have continued to take your birth control pills.
Yes, you absolutely can. This happened to me. Started a new pack and only took one pill (decided to switch BC methods). Had unprotected sex the next morning - I didn't think twice about it, I assumed the pill chemicals would still be in effect. Thought wrong! I'm 3 months preggo now. I guess I ovulated the DAY after I stopped taking. Which I've heard is nearly impossible but hey, it happened to me...
I started taking the birth control three weeks ago. Two weeks ago on thursday sept 1 i forgot to take it and had unprotected sex. Friday i took two pills. Saturday sept 3 i had unprotected sex. I went to my moms house and frogot my pills at home i was there for 5 days so for 5 days i had no pills. Last thursday sept 7 i started bleeding can i get pregnant?
I started the birth control for only 5 days had to stop because I got 2 teeth pulled and the doctor didn't want it to mix and I get pregnant. I had sex unprotected and he pulled out. started to bleed sept 9, stopped for a while and I'm bleeding again on sept24, bout to get blood drawn doctor say I may be pregnant is that possible or may have a infection from keep bleeding
I just started birth control and stayed on it for 12 days I started taking it on the 20th and decided to stop today I think I missed two days of the times I haded to take them so I took them as soon as I relived what time I need to take them. I use a condum for two days out of the 12 days and today I stop taking it well when I was on them for the 12 days on the 25th of last month I started to spot and me and my boyfriend Been haveing unpretective sex and he Uk what in me on the pills and everyday I'm supposed to take the pill at 8:44 in the morning but before that we had sex and he Uk in me and he did the same an hour ago. But what I'm trying to say is if I can be pregnant or get pregnant being that he nutted in me and being that it's 1:20 now.
I have a question. I was taking birth control pills because i was on my period for 9 months straight. But i wasnt prescribed birth control pills until December. Well in january i stopped taking my pills. Me and my husband had sex at the beginning of January and February went by without me having a period. So does that mean I could be pregnant?
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