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Can you get pregent if you take birth control everyday, you have your period b/c of the pills but be pregent and not know? And if you are pregent and keep taking the pills will that affect your baby?


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replied September 28th, 2007
Birth Control Answer A3293
If you take birth control pills properly (every day), the chances of getting pregnant are less than 1%. If you had your last period on time and are expecting the next period ,you can’t be sure if you are pregnant until you miss the expected period and a pregnancy test shows a positive result. Birth control pills can damage an embryo but in the first 4 weeks of pregnancy (stadium of egg), when they can be used unintentionally.

There is a principle known as : “everything or nothing”. That principle means that a bad agent can either kill the fertilized egg cell or won’t cause any damage at all.


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