yes, if you use a condom and it breaks you can get pregnant.
Yes you can become pregnant a week after you have stopped taking birth control pills.
With BCP women can avoid pregnancy by stop having sex... If you stop The Pill and continue having sex, you will most likely get pregnant
Yes, birth control can and does fail. The only 100% effective method of birth control is for eggs to not come into contact with sperm via either sterilization procedures or not having sexual intercourse.
If you think you are pregnant, buy a pregnancy test at the pharmacy.
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.
If you're stopping it due to a desire to get pregnant or no longet having the need to remain on it, discontinue your pills after the last placebo pill of your current pack. As always, it's best to consult your doctor about your decision.
you won't get pregnant so try stopping.
With or without protection you can still become pregnant.
Return to fertility is quick after having the contraceptive implant removed. The average patient having sex without birth control get pregnant within about 9 months.
The side effects of stopping hormone pills depend on the reason for the medication and the type of hormone being used. Stopping estrogen will have different side effects from stopping progestin, insulin, or thyroxine.
If you don't have sex, you won't get pregnant.
You are not likely to get pregnant while you're on the birth control pill.