I'm on birth control but I have unprotected sex, I just noticed that my breast was leaking. Am I pregnant?

Probably not. If you are using your birth control correctly, pregnancy risk is low. Actually, some hormonal birth control may give nipple discharge. It's not all that uncommon, especially if able to express from both breasts. Concerning nipple discharge is bloody, profuse or with any breast skin changes. Always do a thorough breast exam on yourself. If concerned about pregnancy though, take a home preg test.

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I had unprotected sex but took all my birth control pills correctly, I had sex again and used emergency contraceptive but my breasts hurt, what does?

Sex. Have to trust the birth control pill and/or morning after pill did their job. Nothing to, but wait. Do home pregnancy test in a week. If pregnant or if in doubt see doctor. Read more...
High hormone levels. Emergency bc and regular birth control have hormones. Too high levels of hormones cause side effects. Sounds to me as if you don't trust your pills. If u take every day, if you miss. Consider long acting options of iud and implant. They're the most effective and easy! Read more...

I have missed birth control like 3 days in a row and I have had unprotected sex could I be pregnant? A and if you miss birth control does it cause you to cramp and your breast be tender?

From . From the little information that is here, pregnancy is possible. When you miss taking your birth control pills, it puts you at risk for pregnancy. Symptoms of early pregnancy can include: lack of a period, breast enlargement and / or tenderness, nausea, mild cramping, feeling tired, food cravings etc. I recommend you take a pregnancy test. Read more...
Missing . Missing 3 days of birth control definitely puts you at risk for pregnancy. The only way to know if you are pregnant is to take a pregnancy test. You can either take a home pregnancy test as long as it has been 5- 6 weeks since your last normal period, or you can go see your doctor and they can test you - whichever is easier for you. A home pregnancy test is 97% accurate if taken a week or more after the missed period. A blood test can tell if you are pregnant as soon as 7 days after conception and a doctor's urine pregnancy test can tell if you are pregnant around when you next period should come. I also attached some information on the birth control pill and what to do if you miss any. Read more...

If I have unprotected sex and I'm on birth control will I not get pregnet? I take it the around the same time every night ad he doesn't ejaculate in m

Not guaranteed. The chance of getting pregnant is lower if you are on birth control but never ever zero. If you keep having unprotected sex nightly despite being on birth control, the statistical chance of you getting pregnant increases, even if a small amount. If you think you are pregnant, take a pregnancy test. Also, medication birth control does absolutely nothing to prevent stds, including HIV & hepatitis. Read more...

I was on birth control for 3 months taking it irregularly. Had unprotected sex during. Had all my withdrawl periods. Does that mean I'm not pregnan?

No. Only a negative pregnancy test means you are not pregnant. But, I am worried by your comments. If you are using bcp irregularly due to difficulty remembering etc. Maybe that method of bc is not your "cup of tea" there are other forms that promote better compliance & that would be better suited for you. Ex. The patch every week. The ring every month, depo every 3 months, iud for 5 or 10 yrs. Read more...
Better birth control. Typically, having a withdrawal period at the expected time means no pregnancy. I hope you've found a birth control method that works better for you. How about a larc--long-acting reversible contraceptive method--an iud or implant beneath your skin--very effective, very easy, and long-acting. Read more...

How effective is birth control if used correctly and can you have unprotected sex and not get pregant?

Depends on type. If you are talking about the birth control pill, it is highly effective if taken properly. If taken daily, with no missed doses, most pills offer close to 99% protection against pregnancy. They do not protect against stds. Please keep that in mind if you choose to have unprotected sex. Read more...