Light period on birth control pregnant

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Hi i was just wondering if you got ilight>pregnantilight> ilight>onilight> ilight>birthilight> ilight>controlilight>, would you still get a ilight>periodilight>(withdrawal bleeding)? i know anything is possible but for the most part...also, when would you test positive? Also, if anyone has gotten pregnant on birth control...what was your experience with it? thanks!
Women's cycles can vary, even ilight>onilight> ilight>birthilight> ilight>controlilight>. Stress can cause a missed ilight>periodilight> like this as well. if you believe you may be pregnant, take a test weekly. i'd also recommend stopping by to see your doctor once again; i'm sure you'll get better answers there. if you're afraid to continue your birth control in fear of causing harm on a possible pregnancy, then i'd say discontinue and practice other methods of safe sex until you can get a definite answer from a doctor (since i'm not a doctor).
i have never had such a light, short ilight>periodilight> before. Any ideas ilight>onilight> what could be going ilight>onilight>? i have gained 10lbs. Maybe that is it? could i be pregnant? Was this just how my period was this month? Any insight would be appreciated.
Why are you going on ilight>birthilight> ilight>controlilight>? it is not healthy be ilight>onilight> ilight>birthilight> ilight>controlilight> for long periods of time, so if you don't need it(are not sexually active and don't have problems with menstruation) then i would recommend holding off on getting the pill. Right now, you are 14 and your periods need some time to regulate themselves as your body gets used to all the hormone fluctuations. Try keeping track of your periods on a calendar to see when you begin and finish your period.
i am ilight>onilight> ilight>birthilight> ilight>controlilight> and have been for several months. the first few months, bleeding was normal at mentruation, though each time slightly lighter. this month, at the time of my period being due now, it has only been spotting. i haven't had sex since last month during my period, so is this spotting pregnancy or has the period flow really slowed down that much it's blocked up?
i have read where women and know some personally have got ilight>pregnantilight> ilight>onilight> the Ortho pill, i really do not feel right, spotting a few days after ilight>periodilight> stopped, ilight>lightilight> cramping afterwards. Taken 2 different brands of pregnancy tests on both they had FADED negative. before i had a FADED positive and was pregnant. Anyone had the same problem? What are the chances i am pregnant with 4th? i hope slim! LOL We already have 4 kids total ages 4, 3, 2 and 10 months. 3 outta the 4 i have had.
being ilight>onilight> ilight>birthilight> ilight>controlilight> wont cause you to get a bfp would it? Stupid question i think but hey no harm in asking right?!
i have gotten pregnant 3 times while ilight>onilight> ilight>birthilight> ilight>controlilight>. Diet baby i was ilight>onilight> seasonal it's one that you only have a ilight>periodilight> every 3 months. Took it religiously and still got pregnant. Had healthy term baby. Second pregnancy i was using nuva ring. Confirmed it was in place properly and i used it correctly as well and got pregnant. Healthy premie baby. And the third pregnancy i was on loestrin. Took it religiously and got pregnant.
i'm 15 and have been ilight>onilight> the pill for about a month, i was due for my ilight>periodilight> afew days before i started taking the sugar pills and it was a brownish coloir and light, now i've started the sugar pulls and my periods extemely heavy (have to change tampon and 2-3 hours) but it varies, itl be heavy for a few hours then normal, then heavy again and i have horrible cramps. is this normal?
i've been on lo lestrin FE for about 5 months and i usually do not have a period, and if i do it's ilight>lightilight> and spotting. i got ilight>onilight> ilight>birthilight> ilight>controlilight> because i was having a lot of periods in a month. Well i had sex during my white pill which i believe are the sugar pills and we didn't use a condom and the next day i started my period.
i have never been ilight>onilight> any kind of ilight>birthilight> ilight>controlilight>. What method do you ladies suggest for after my baby is born and wich ones not to use?
Anybody getting on birth control after their baby? What kind are you choosing?
Question, sorry not pregnancy related really.. Can birth control delay your period?
if you had a ilight>periodilight>, you are def. not ilight>pregnantilight>. even if you had sex during that ilight>pregnantilight>. but you do need to start your next month's pack of pills on time to be fully protected. sounds like you were in the clear from the missed pills, don't stop taking it!!!
Everybody's body is different, however my two sister in laws have the paraguard and it works amazingly for them they each have had it ok for almost 2 years. No ilight>birthilight> ilight>controlilight> seems to be right for me so i have decides no both control here.
So my question is should i get ilight>onilight> ilight>birthilight> ilight>controlilight>? How will this effect the way i act and the way i feel? i have heard bad stories about the pill, and that it makes you really cranky, and i am already cranky once i ovulate, and i am worried my boyfriend will leave me if i am more cranky, because he has threatened to leave a few times when i had ovulated and had been cranky.
For any girl...Does anyone have an recommendations for ilight>birthilight> ilight>controlilight>? i know everyone is different and not all birth controls work for all girls. Just wondering how they are liked, by which name, or which type (pill, shot, ring). Your Opinion...?
i dont do north ilight>controlilight>. i was ilight>onilight> the depo shot for a year while my husband and i were dating. We broke up for awhile and i never went back on it b/c it took my body forever to get back on track and i don't like the idea of messing with my body (i'm weird!) Lol. But we only got pregnant when we planned it! Talk about luck! (i pry just jinx myself!
When i had my iUD i didn't have a period for the entire 3 years...
My first period started about a month later ilight>onilight> June 30, and i began my ilight>birthilight> ilight>controlilight> the sunday afterwards as advised by my obgyn. However, about a week later i went on vacation and wasn't able to take one of my doses until later in the day than usual, and i noticed some light spotting. The next day the light spotting had increased to a light flow and i decided to stop the pills altogether.
i have been ilight>onilight> the pill for 4 years. i got my ilight>periodilight> ilight>onilight> March 9th and it lasted about 5 days and it was little light. i switched pills on March 14th. i had unprotected sex on the 19th and 20th, but i am on the pill. Today is the 25th and i have been experiencing some bleeding. it is not really red, but more brownish and a little thick. Should i be experiencing this since i switched pills and my body is trying to get used to the new pill?
i have PCOS i have been taking the same ilight>birthilight> ilight>controlilight> for 10 years now. it seems like my periods are getting lighter and light. i'm talking about i can go without a pad. i still have the other symptoms mildly. i am 33 and i have had three pregnancies. this has been atleast the last 6 months. i know i should not complain, but i am starting to wonder if this is normal.
anytime you have unprotected sex you can be pregnant. no one can tell you if your pregnant.
im ilight>onilight> yaz ilight>birthilight> ilight>controlilight> and im supposed to start my ilight>periodilight> ilight>onilight> wednesday. i didnt start my ilight>periodilight> until saturday night and it was only a little spotting. i don't have any cramps. now its sunday and i woke up this morning and there wasn't much blood on the pad. i changed the pad and went to cleaning. i wasn't even 30 minutes later that i felt that my pad was over flowing. i went the the bathroom and my blood was black and looked like discharge. what could this mean??
i wouldn't be nervous at all. ilight>Birthilight> ilight>Controlilight> pills have been telling you when to ovulate before now, so it will take up to 6 months before you are on a "normal" cycle. Until then, you might try charting your basal temperature to pinpoint when you might be ovulating. Hang in there! i am also playing the waiting game and just have to keep telling myself that!
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