Can birth control pills be taken any time during the month?

No. I assume you mean starting them anytime. They need to be started within the first 7 days of bleeding. So if you start bleeding you can start the pills that day or the sunday while you are still bleeding.

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I'm on sprintec birth control pills for one month and I had unprotected sex during my ovulation time, will I become pregnant?

Pregnancy. If you are on birth control then you should not be ovulating. Risk of pregnancy is very low. However you should always use backup contraception during the first month of starting birth control. Take care! Read more...

Waking up at the same time every other night, vomit then feel better. Not sick during the day. I've taken 2 birth control pills the last time, cause?

Many possibilities. Get checked, since vomiting reflex is controlled by 2 brain inputs--one receives nerve impulses from the GI tract, the other is a chemical receptor. Both have nerve connections to not only the GI tract (pharynx, mesenteric vessels, bile ducts) but also from brain corticobulbar areas that mediate smells, sights, ; taste. Also, vomiting apparatus responds to a variety of gi, non-gi, ; brain problems. Read more...

I just restarted taking birth control pills an had sex the 2-4 days of the first week, could I get pregnant during this time?

Birth Control Pills. I believe there is a small risk of pregnancy during the early days of taking bcps. I don't know the brand you are on so cannot comment farther, but your pharmacist may know more specifically. Read more...
Possibly. It takes a month to get protection from the pills so you had unprotected sex and any te you have unprotected sex you are at risk. Read more...
Pregnancy concern. If you didn't take your birth control pills for a full month prior to sexual activity and you sex occurred during the "high risk days" of the cycle, you may get pregnant. Read more...

4 weeks ago I missed 2 birth control pills in a week ever since then I have had a light period and I have been sexually active during this time?

Breakthrough bleed . Breakthrough bleeding is common but not normal therefore there is no normal time for it to last. When you skip pills you trigger bleeding. The birth control pills will regulate eventually. Consider another birth control method if remembering to take your pill is hard. Read more...

I'm taking birth control pills. I was off my period for about 4 days then I had sex. I bleed during the second time of intercourse. What does it mean?

Breakthrough bleed. Breakthrough bleeding (bleeding at the wrong time) is very common on birth control. It happens in about 1/3 of users. Its no big deal and usually self corrects over time. If you are not satisfied or it continues to happen then consider using a different birth control method. It is a common side effect and does not mean something is wrong or that the pill is not working. Read more...
Cervical bleeding. Sometimes, especially with deep penetration, you may have bleeding during or after sex. If it keeps happening, though, you should probably be checked for an infection or other abnormality of the cervix. Also, on BCPs, sometimes the lining of the uterus is unstable, and if you have an orgasm, some of the lining may break down and you will bleed. If is a recurring problem, you should get checked. Read more...