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There is always a possibility that any kind of birth control, besides not having sex, will fail. So it is definitely possible that women can get...
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Even when taken correctly, oral contraceptives can have a 5% failure rate, and women are known to miss a pill now and then.
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no birth control is 100% .  I was on the depo shot for my first kid, and the pill for my 2nd.... As far as getting pregnant that can happen any...
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Use a condom, for Goodness sake! Stop playing sexual roulette with your girlfriend. You may be fine this time....I don't know....but it is only a...
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One of the most common reasons women on birth control pills become unintentionally pregnant would be missed pills. Studies have shown that pills left...
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Only ONE sperm is needed to get you pregnant, but if you are on the Pill and consistently take it....AND use condoms every time, you are about as...
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People trying to conceive often wonder how long it takes for the effects of birth control medication to wear off. It's actually possible to become...
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The risk of pregnancy in using routine antibiotics and birth control pills (BCPs) is very low. In fact, antifungals (e.g., ketoconazole) or macrolide...
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If you want to become pregnant, simply stop taking progestin-only pills. Progestin-only pills will not delay your ability to get pregnant.
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Pregnancy is caused by sex (obviously), and no birth control method is 100% other than sterilization and complete abstinence. So, yes, it is always...
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Hi Yes get a blood test, then you will know how you stand.You sat you have been trying since Aug, was you on the pill before this and how long have...
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Hi Dear chap, You should find that missing just one pill is not as bad as you think, but she did double up, she should be ok, and so should you.Look...
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Yes, it's possible to have a period even if you're pregnant. If you are at least 10 to 14 days late for your period, you can take a pregnancy...
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Yes, it is possible, but properly taken oral contraceptives are very effective in preventing pregnancy, but the method is not 100%.