It is highly unlikely.
Only if you're also taking a break from having sex.
If you don't have sex, you won't get pregnant.
You can but this will mess up your cycle and you wont be protected fully. Continue taking your pills as prescribed.
Yes you will still be protected during the placebo pills week as long you took your pills everyday at the same thorughout active pills. Be sure that you have been on birth control for at least 3 months before you attempt to do so.
If you're not taking birth control pills for the last two weeks, you could get pregnant.
Yes it is possible.
Taking birth control is the key here. As long as you have not missed taking any of the BCP you are 99.5% protected from pregnancy.
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If you are changing from one pill last month to a different pill this month with no interruption in pill-taking, you are protected immediately.
You need to be on birth control pills for at least seven days before you are protected. Therefore if you have been taking the pills correctly, you will not get pregnant 2 weeks after. You need to be on birth control pills for at least seven days before you are protected. Therefore if you have been taking the pills correctly, you will not get pregnant 2 weeks after.
Antibiotics don't affect the depo like it affects birth control pills so you are protected.
If you stop taking the birth control pill for 2 weeks, what happens is that you will have a period a few days after not taking any pills. You will also not be protected against pregnancy unless you use another form of contraception.
It's unlikely to be pregnant if you're having regular periods and taking birth control correctly and consistently. Talk to your health care provider if you have concerns about the reliability of your method.
You are probably just having the cramps because your body isn't used to not having your period, although I don't see why you aren't having your period if you are on birth control. You should ask that!