No. It does not act as the "Morning-After pill" When starting Birth Control you should wait at least a month before having unprotected intercourse.
yes you can.. you should wait one full month of birht control pill cylce.
Yes you can become pregnant, because your body has not yet adapted to the hormones in the birth control which protects you from pregnancy. You should take a pregnancy test if you have had unprotected intercourse during you first week of starting birth control. You should wait to have unprotected intercourse for at least 1-2 months,2 months being safer.
of course, and Birth Control pills are not a Absolute Guarantee you will not get pregnant so keep that in mind.
With or without protection you can still become pregnant.
Hi Yes there is a chance you could be pregnant. Perform a pregnancy test 3 weeks after you last had intercourse.
Yes. You have been unprotected during intercourse and the MAP is not 100% sure. Pulling out is not a birth control method. 25% get pregnant and you will be too within 2 years of that is what you use as protection. There is sperm in pre ejaculate too and that can get you pregnant. Get on birth control.
Yes, unprotected sex can get you pregnant.
There is a 50% chance that you are pregnant if your fiancee and you had unprotected sex, you are not on birth control and he did not pull out. If this happened twice, it is 50% likely that you are pregnant but the only way you will know for sure is by taking a pregnancy test.
Yes, you can easily become pregnant if you have sexual intercourse and miss 3 days of birth control pills. You can take an emergency contraceptive, such as the Morning After Pill or Plan B. These emergency contraceptives should be taken soon as possible after unprotected intercourse, however, EC's,(emergency contraceptives) may be effective and can still be taken after 5 days after unprotected intercourse) Since you have missed 3 pills, it is best to use a back up method such as condoms. Be sure when you start you new pack of pills to take your birth control everyday at the same time because that is the only way to be 99.9%+ protected from pregnancy. Each time you miss a pill you effectively increase your chances of becoming pregnant.
yes..theres a strong possibility u have to take it before intercourse
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.
It takes one month for birth control to work effectively in your body & one month before you can have unprotected intercourse.