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I stopped taking birth control mid pack and now I'm having withdrawal bleeding right after having unprotected sex. Could I still be pregnant?

Yes, but... It depends on when you stopped your oral contraceptive and when the unprotected sex occurred This might also be withdrawal bleeding from stopping the pill in mid pack. You can do a pregnancy test, but if the sex was recent try Plan B first. Your initial period may become irregular with the use of Plan B. Read more...
See below. If you had sex within 72 hours, take plan B. If you miss 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...

We trying to get pregnant. I was on birth control shot since last July and no longer use since mid January this year I'm off the shot and we are tryin?

Good Luck! Depo Provera (medroxyprogesterone) injections can decrease your chances of getting pregnant for 8 months after your last injection. You are past that now. If you are having regular menstrual periods, your chance of getting pregnant in any given month is about 1 in 5. So it may take several months to get pregnant. Best wishes! Read more...

What is wrong with me? Did I take the test too early? Do you think there is a high chance I'm pregnant? Please help me! My question requires a long explanation, so here goes. I am seventeen years old and was put on generess fe birth control in mid ju

Hello. . Hello. Yes, you do pay attention to your body. As you are already aware, the pregnant body in response to increased estrogen produces more vaginal and cervical secretions. Often white. Additionally (in some women) the cervix will go up a little higher and feel softer. Other possible symtpoms of pregnancy include: breast tenderness and / or swelling; nausea and vomiting; constipation; feeling tired; moodiness; food cravings, increased urinary frequency, insomnia, backaches headaches; cramps of lower abdomen, passing gas, and increased salivation. Remember that these symptoms don't begin in a woman until she has missed her period (or some time thereafter). You could still be pregnant with a negative pregnancy test if you tested right around the time you missed your period. This is because sometimes the HCG level isn't high enough to trigger a positive on the test. It can be repeated in a week or less. Take the pregnancy test exactly as the directions state. Pee on the stick (best for first morning void) and read the time exactly when it says to. I don't know if you are pregnant. I would repeat the test. Read more...