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Pain Pills Effecting Getting Pregnant
Possibly: Prenatal pills usually contain higher levels of iron than normal multivitamins. Iron can be constipating, which can lead to abdominal pain. Any severe or persistent abdominal pain should lead to a visit to your doctor or an er. Any abdominal pain accompanied by vaginal bleeding is also a potential emergency. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Not really: The pill is hormones like the ones you make naturally.When you take them the body is fooled into believing you are pregnant,so you don't ovulate.The dummy pills stop the ruse and you have your cycle.Your remaining eggs are just stored.When you are totally off the pill, the body gets back into its regular pattern which may or may not include regular ovulation, but is similar to the pre-pill state ...Read more
Can you have 'ovulation-like' symptoms on birth control pill? Slight cramping right side pelvis/discharge. Perfect Pill user. worried I ovulated.
What are the chances of me getting pregnant? I've been taking MonoNessa birth control for almost 5 months.
Very low: A woman who takes her birth control pills properly, and has been on them for more than a month, has a very low chance of getting pregnant. Of course, life can surprise you sometimes. If worried, and not getting monthly withdrawal periods, she can do a home urine pregnancy test. ...Read more
Depends: If the ability to ovulate well is the problem then yes ovulation pills will help. However there many reasons for infertility. If you are having difficulty becoming pregnant consider seeing a trained fertility doctor. A good work up of yourself and your partner will be done to determine the cause of infertility. You are 35 years of age please see a fertility doctor soon. Good luck. ...Read more
I stopped taking birth control pills to conceive and I have been having really bad pain. Could u be pregnant?
Could be serious: Anytime you have "really bad pain" you should consider seeing a health professional, as many problems can cause it. If you think you may be pregnant and in severe pain, some serious problem could be happening, such as an ectopic pregnancy, or miscarriage. To know, someone should do a good history and exam so you can get a better answer. ...Read more
Doctors think I have endometriosis. Missed periods, sharp pain during period, severe cramps. Wary of birth control. Other options besides bc or iud?
Hormones or surgery: Endometriosis is a condition where the cells that line the inside of the uterus are in the wrong place such as on pelvic surfaces; every month these areas menstruate and this causes pain. Endometriosis is stimulated by estrogen so turning off your own estrogen will temporarily help: pills or hormone shots etc. The only way however to really get rid of it is to remove it laparoscopically. ...Read more
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I have missed 4 birth control pills lately and ended up having sex last night. Are the chances of becoming pregnant high or? Ive also been bleeding.
No birth control: Missing that many pills means you are essentially on no birth control this month. It is the same as if you had unprotected sex. Whether you are at "high risk" of pregnancy depends on where you are in your cycle, which will be hard to predict because of the improper use of the pills. You may want to consider Plan B if you do not want to get pregnant. The bleeding is likely withdrawl from pills. ...Read more
No, the opposite: Antidepressants are for depression, not contraception. In fact, many antidepressants interact with birth control meds & make them less effective. If u need contraception, see fp/ gyn for appropriate choice, especially if u are going to also be taking an antidepressant. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am having pregnancy systems but not pregnant.I'm having back pain, tired, feeling sick, tender breast and cravings, missed period can you help me?
Prob need to see dr.: The symptoms you are having indeed sound like pregnancy symptoms but if you have had a negative pregnancy test - home pregnancy test and maybe a confirmatory one at the clinic - then it is reasonable to start asking other questions around whether you have simply a delayed period or something else going on in the pelvis - certainly worthwhile to get a pelvic exam. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm having some extremely bad cramps while taking active birth control pills of Seasonique, help?
Options: Try soaking in very warm bath, apply hot water bag to lower abdomen. Non-steriodal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), like ibuprofen 600-800 mg or Naproxen 500 mg up to 3 times a day, are usually very helpful for cramps. If you are fairly sure that the Seasonique BCP are causing the cramping, you have the option of stopping the pills, and start a different BCP after having a period. ...Read more
0 % up to 100%: If the oral contraceptive pills are taken every day about the same time each day, then the risk of pregnancy is less than 1%, however, if the pills are taken sporadically, pregnancy is possible to 100%. Anecdotally, the pill is 100% effective if held between your knees at all times.(abstinence). ...Read more
I have been having severe menstrual cramps, vomiting, and fatigue ever since getting off birth control. Besides getting back on it, what are my options?
What are the chances of getting pregnant if a guy doesnt even "finish"? He takes a lot of pain pills and im not sure if that has something to do with
Pulling out: The pullout method has an extremely high failure rate. If you continue with this method you will most likely get pregnant eventually. Consider starting birth control. You also mentions that your boyfriend may have a problem with pain pill addiction. Think about if this is the right time to have a baby with this man. Encourage him to get help. ...Read more
Off pills, trying to get regulated. Using protection. Is there any chance of getting pregnant or even with pull out method, pulling out ahead of time?
If i take prenatal pills at walgreen can that better my chances of getting pregnant? Tell me tips step by step in how to get pregnant please ;-)
She recently had unprotected sex. She DOESN'T want to get pregnant. Any tips on avoiding getting pregnant? How to know? Did NOT take Plan B pill.
Sure, with willpower: It's great that a teen does not want to get pregnant. Because the whole point of sex (in nature) is to make babies, the way to not get pregnant is to not have sex. So, she must use her brain and willpower, to promise herself that she won't have sex again until... probably after the wedding. For yesterday's problem, she must tell her doctor how many days after sex it is, so her Dr. can advise her. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What's the chance of getting pregnant if i'm on birth control, took day after pill and he didn't get off in me?
No Chance: No chance. Here is how i operate with my patients. I try to work as their partner. I encourage them to know the facts and when their brain is driving them crazy with impossible things to breath and to trust the facts. To get pregnant a female must be exposed to semen. You weren't. To get pregnant a female must be ovulating and not on birth control. You are on birth control. You took plan b. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does taking birth control for many years lower you chance of getting pregnant when you're ready to get off the pill and start trying?
I took an option-72 pill within 12 hrs of an intercourse on june 10. Are there chances of getting pregnant. Still didn''t get any withdrawal bleeding.
Can being on a birth control pill 10 years slow down getting pregnant when you stop taking them? Will it take me longer to get pregnant? I am 28 years
It should not: Most women return to fertility within a few months after stopping birth control pills. Once your cycles are regular off the pills then you should be able to get pregnant during one of your ovulation periods. Make sure you are taking a prenatal vitamin now to prevent neural tube defects in your baby. ...Read more
I took a Plan B pill on Friday. 26 hours after Sperm was introduced into my vagina. What are my chances of still getting pregnant? Can I get pregnant?
I'm 18 years old I have taken contraceptive pill 3 times, will this effect my ovaries or will i get low chance in getting pregnant?
Unanswerable: Unfortunately I am not sure what you are really asking. If you are taking your birth control as prescribed you can assume you are protected from pregnancy after the first month on the pills. The birth control does affect your cycles and ovulation. But, you could still get pregnant after only taking three of the pills in the pak. ...Read more
Had intercourse on ovulation night on the 7th can't get the morning after pill until the 11th what are my chances of not getting pregnant?
~85% chance it works: Some thoughts... Consider taking a morning-after pill as soon as possible, because the sooner the better. If no normal regular period comes in a couple of weeks, one can consider checking a urine pregnancy test. If having sex and not on a birth control pill or other reliable method, then a woman should always carry condoms wherever she goes (that means keeping them in her purse, pocket, etc...). ...Read more
I don’t get a regular period on my birth control but I missed a couple pills this month. What are the chances of getting pregnant? Should I be worried
If you had sex since your last period and missed your period by 4-5 days, do a home pregnancy test. If the result is negative repeat the test 4-5 days later unless you get a period by then. Use first morning urine and follow the instructions for the test carefully.
If you do not wish to be pregnant, use contraception all the time, every time. You may consider implanted contraceptive, or IUD.
Practice safe sex if you have sex.
Get HPV vaccine ...Read more
I'm on the birth control where I get 4 periods a year. If I have unprotected sex 3 weeks before the white pills begin what are the chances of being/getting pregnant?
I'm getting married in next month. My period dates fallen into my wedding period. If I get pills to late my period how can I avoid getting pregnant?
That's easy: A woman planning to avoid vaginal period bleeding for a specified time on the calendar just needs to talk with her primary doctor or Ob-Gyn doctor to start birth control pills on a certain date that will let her have her withdrawal periods before and after the weeks she wants to avoid vaginal bleeding. See doctor 3 months beforehand. Works most of the time. Sometimes, she will have some spotting. ...Read more
I had unprotected sex but I'm on lo loestrin and do not get my period on the pill. My boyfriend pulled out.What are the chances of me getting pregnant?
Low: Your chances are very low especially if you take it regularly. ...Read more
Hi, I'm a 20yo woman with PCOS. My only symptom is that I rarely get my period. My doctor is adamant that I need to take a progestin pill ten days each month to induce a period, even though I don't ever plan on getting pregnant. Why?
Protect endometrium: Your doctor has probably concluded that your PCOS is associated with unopposed production of estrogens by your ovaries or adrenals. Taking a progestin pill periodically (monthly, every 3 months or every 6 months) should protect your endometrium from constant estrogen stimulation and reduce your risks of endometrial hyperplasia, polyploid tumors or endometrial cancer in the future. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What are the chances of getting pregnant even though I have PCOS and my periods are not regular?My gynecologist gave me prevention pills and advised he will put me on Clomid to stimulate my ovaries will this help me get pregnant?
Ovulation testing: PCOS patients often do not ovulate. If you are having regular cyclic periods now then you may be ovulating. If irregular then you may not be. Ovulation testing is the next step. This should be done before taking ovulation medication like Clomid. Consider a midluteal phase Progesterone blood test to help determine the next steps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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